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Should dating apps ask HIV status?

Should dating apps ask HIV status?

By Courtney Knudsen | gargoyle@flagler.edu Those who use dating apps may be able to find out their potential partner’s HIV status as easily as their age or location. Grindr, a dat ...

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World champion skater crosses country for Clinton

World champion skater crosses country for Clinton

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu After dedicating her life to figure skating, five-time World Champion and two-time Olympic medalist Michelle Kwan, 36, is dedicated to a ne ...

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Political races draw mixed emotions

Political races draw mixed emotions

By Max Charles and Ariel Thomas| gargoyle@flagler.edu No matter who wins this year’s presidential election, it’s clear that 2016 will be remembered as one of the most politically ...

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Coloring is in Fashion

Coloring is in Fashion

Like most little girls, coloring in coloring books was my favorite thing to do! On my fifth birthday, I received a Disney Princess coloring book, it was the greatest gift anyone h ...

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Gargoyle a finalist in national SPJ awards competition

Gargoyle a finalist in national SPJ awards competition

The Gargoyle, Flagler College’s online-only student newspaper, wasa finalist in the Society of Professional Journalists’ 2015 National Mark of Excellence Awards in two categories: ...

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Despite population growth, manatees still face threats

Despite population growth, manatees still face threats

By Jewell Tomazin | gargoyle@flagler.edu The manatee is widely known to be an endangered species, but recent signs of recovery could change their status on the Endangered Species ...

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Moving beyond business: Flagler alum tackles conservation through education

Moving beyond business: Flagler alum tackles conservation through education

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu For Flagler College Alumnus Zach McKenna, launching a business in St. Augustine was more than just creating kayak and boat tours for to ...

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Breaking Bad and the rise of meth labs

Breaking Bad and the rise of meth labs

By Lindsay Tahan | gargoyle@flagler.edu St. Johns County sheriff's deputies say they have seen a rise in meth labs as they shut down pill mills. One of the biggest meth labs they' ...

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Catching waves on the way to heaven

Catching waves on the way to heaven

By Jamie Coulson and Jeff Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Christian Surfers has a simple mission: Connecting surfers to Jesus. “The people at CS are the best in the world at loving su ...

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Jacksonville’s stubborn fight over LGBT rights

Jacksonville’s stubborn fight over LGBT rights

By Alanna O’Rourke and Shelby Gillis| gargoyle@flagler.edu Jacksonville is most populous city in Florida. It spans more than 874 square miles, making it the largest city by area i ...

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Love, via YouTube

Love, via YouTube

By Nikki Ross and Shelby Gardiner| gargoyle@flagler.edu A man and a woman meet. It starts out casual, but pretty soon it happens: they fall for each other. There’s just one proble ...

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Families mourn victims after shooting

Families mourn victims after shooting

By Troy MacNeill and Alex Strom| gargoyle@flagler.edu A man accused in the April 5 murder of the mother of his child and a teen-ager in West St. Augustine is scheduled to appear i ...

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Sea level rise endangers cultural resources

Sea level rise endangers cultural resources

By Ariel Thomas| gargoyle@flagler.edu Climate change threatens the Castillo de San Marcos in St. Augustine and other national landmarks along the coast, but it's not just seaside  ...

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Muslim club fights intolerance

Muslim club fights intolerance

By Brianna Kurzynowski| gargoyle@flagler.edu Not everyone was happy when students at Flagler College decided to start a club aimed at educating people about Islam. Organizers had ...

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From euphoria to panic to post-graduation blues

From euphoria to panic to post-graduation blues

By Nikki Ross | gargoyle@flagler.edu Five days a week Eric Rojas goes to work, turns on the lights and sits behind a counter and sells fandom merchandise to tourists. He’s glad he ...

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Flagler President Abare announces plans to retire next year

Flagler President Abare announces plans to retire next year

In a town hall meeting Monday, Flagler College President William T. Abare Jr. announced he would retire in June 2017 after serving the college for 45 years — 15 of those years as ...

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