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It’s not every day that you meet a resident assistant as engaging and kind-hearted as Pamela Santamaria. From the moment I stepped onto campus last fall, Pam has been there to make me feel right at home. But I quickly noticed that her bubbly demeanor and positive influence stretch far beyond her RA duties. This girl is doing big things at Flagler.
By Kathleen Quillian | firstname.lastname@example.org
Calling the Flagler College weight room overcrowded is an understatement.
Athletes, non-athletes and faculty share the weight room facility. The gym has been updated in the past five years, yet the issue comes down to size. It is not ideal for so many people to be training, and safety is starting to become a concern.
By Catherine Pinyot | email@example.com
“Review a guy anonymously”—sounds tempting for any woman. In a dream world, heartache wouldn’t exist because girls would know right off the bat if a guy was “cheaper than a Big Mac” or a “trust fund baby.”
By Joshua Santos | firstname.lastname@example.org
Marineland native, Nellie, has just celebrated her 60th birthday.
By Margaret Wallis| email@example.com
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Little more than one week separates Flagler students from Spring Break, or “spring blink” as it has been affectionately deemed by students and faculty. In a recent survey of …
By Ryan Buffa| firstname.lastname@example.org
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In the aftermath of the 2012 presidential election, many Republicans are looking back to November as a lesson in how to appeal to voters.
Ethnic minorities, young adults and women …
By Alexa Epitropoulos | email@example.com
Upon first glance, the St. Francis House, a light green, two-story townhouse bursting at the seams with color, appears more like a bed and breakfast than a refuge for the homeless. The differences aren’t only skin deep.
Director Renee Morris, like the St. Francis House, proves that appearances can be deceiving. A petite, well-dressed woman with an assertive, to-the-point demeanor, Morris can be intimidating to a stranger. Closer examination reveals an individual with a profound passion for helping others.
By Sarah Williamson| firstname.lastname@example.org
In a decade of weeklong juice cleanses, five-minute abs and organic-only eating, it begs the question: are we a society of extremists or are we simply trying to reach perfection?
Bobby Appleby, 27, is a CrossFit trainer in St. Augustine, Fla. Appleby’s gym opened a year ago in an old warehouse behind Flagler Hospital.
By Ryan Buffa | email@example.com
Eileen Pagan was painting a 5 ft. by 7 ft.. nude self portrait, revealing her breast, a confident and assertive expression and her unshaven arm pits.
The cracks in the military’s historic glass ceiling are expanding.
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta announced last month that the Pentagon is lifting the ban on women in front-line positions. This landmark decision reverses a 1994 rule that denies women certain combat roles.
By Hannah Bleau | firstname.lastname@example.org
As the American gun debate soars, many Americans are taking their fate into their own hands: Buying firearms fast.
The shockwave of the Aurora movie theater massacre and Sandy Hook school shooting has reached all the way to the White House, and the new debate about gun control is concerning many Americans.
By Justin Katz | email@example.com
While the semester nears midterms, plans for Flagler College’s newest building are starting to come to fruition. Pollard Hall, named after its major donor, Nelson Pollard of Ponte Vedra Beach, will take the place of Flagler’s current Communication Building on Cordova Street.
By Tiffanie Reynolds | firstname.lastname@example.org
On the last day of a three day private meeting, the board members of Boy Scouts of America decided to not vote on lifting a ban on gay scouts and leaders, moving the vote to the national meeting in May.
By Allison Dickey | email@example.com
Raw fruits and vegetables like kale, beets and spinach are not the typical foods associated with a college diet like a large cheese pizza and a double shot of espresso but juicing has recently become extremely popular around the nation – and in St. Augustine too.