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Straddling two worlds

Straddling two worlds

Some children who are deaf or hard of hearing learn best through hearing aids and speech therapy. Others rely on sign language. Everyone learns differently. ...

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Has America forgotten its vets?

Has America forgotten its vets?

He fought for 10 months. Ten months away from all things familiar. Proudly serving the United States to protect and honor our freedoms. But in just a single moment, passion can be ...

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Working locally post-graduation more feasible than commonly believed

Working locally post-graduation more feasible than commonly believed

any Flagler students want to live in St. Augustine after they graduate, but do not believe there are enough good career opportunities locally. ...

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Education students weigh whether state tenure laws will force them out of state

Education students weigh whether state tenure laws will force them out of state

The fear of losing a job over performance wasn't as big a concern for Florida's teachers in the past. But when the state eliminated tenure for public school teachers in 2011, it l ...

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Starting a business with your back against the wall

Starting a business with your back against the wall

Starting a business requires hours of headaches, long nights and venturing into the unknown. When pursing entrepreneurship there are many tasks that must be accomplished: the deve ...

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Rising seas raise concerns for St. Augustine

Rising seas raise concerns for St. Augustine

For most college students, having a pair of rain boots isn’t a necessity. But in St. Augustine, for students who aren’t equipped with rain gear, the frequent flooding of streets a ...

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As El Galeon leaves, one sophomore reminisces about her time on the sea

As El Galeon leaves, one sophomore reminisces about her time on the sea

The Spanish ship, El Galeon, took off from St. Augustine Municipal Marina in late September, sailing off toward new ports that include Costa Rica and eventually back to Spain. El ...

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Jane West Law: Preserving Saint John’s County

Jane West Law: Preserving Saint John’s County

By Will Sandman | gargoyle@flagler.edu Jane West’s office is bright, the light streams onto her conference table through the big glass windows of her office. Located south on A1A, ...

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Flagler looking at more campus housing near FEC

Flagler looking at more campus housing near FEC

In an effort to keep more students living on campus, plans for a new 150­-bed residence hall are in the works and tentatively slated for fall 2017. ...

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Debbie’s Dogs

Debbie’s Dogs

By Montana Samuels | gargoyle@flagler.edu It was close to 3 a.m. on the morning of Oct. 7, 2014. St. John’s County K-9 Deputy Baron, and his handler, Officer Farrah Ashe were on a ...

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Newcomer’s Guide to Saint Augustine Eateries

Newcomer’s Guide to Saint Augustine Eateries

By Carie Levy | gargoyle@flagler.edu Whether you are visiting Saint Augustine for the very first time or have lived here for years, it's always nice to hear about a great new rest ...

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Interesting reads at the Florida Heritage Book Festival

Interesting reads at the Florida Heritage Book Festival

The Florida Heritage Book festival is one of the biggest literary conventions to take place in Florida. Authors local to Florida and national alike are invited to share their nove ...

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Oldest City needs to brush up on historical knowledge

Oldest City needs to brush up on historical knowledge

It’s a sunny afternoon during the recent 450th anniversary celebration of the founding of St. Augustine, no clouds in sight and a light breeze is coming off the Intracoastal Water ...

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Long-awaited 450th anniversary of St. Augustine a success

Long-awaited 450th anniversary of St. Augustine a success

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu St. Augustine, the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement in the continental United States hit another huge milesto ...

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New SGA President Donn Garby at a glance

New SGA President Donn Garby at a glance

By Megan Pariseau | gargoyle@flagler.edu After a week long campaign and two separate elections,  Donn Garby was named Student Government Association President for the 2015-2016 sc ...

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Agnosticism and Atheism: A growing trend on college campuses

Agnosticism and Atheism: A growing trend on college campuses

It’s a Sunday morning, and Flagler College freshman Rebecca Ward won’t be rushing to the 11 a.m. church service. Usually, Ward gets a second glance whenever she tells people her b ...

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