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Protestors urge removal of Castillo de San Marcos

Protestors urge removal of Castillo de San Marcos

On October 14, people allied with indigenous rights gathered in St Augustine, Fla. from all across the state to contest the representation of cultural history that has taken place ...

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A New Winter Wonderland hitting St. Augustine

A New Winter Wonderland hitting St. Augustine

After six years of hosting the highly anticipated "Winter Wonderland", the St. Augustine Amphitheatre is taking a break from the ice rink. Instead, there will be a series of free ...

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Re-enactment of Pedro Menendez’s landing in St. Augustine

Re-enactment of Pedro Menendez’s landing in St. Augustine

Each year the residents of St. Augustine celebrate their town's birthday, dating back to 1565, when Pedro Menedenez de Aviles landed in Florida. ...

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Government shutdown causes grief for Castillo interns

Government shutdown causes grief for Castillo interns

As the nation enters the second week of the government shutdown, Republicans and Democrats show no signs of coming to a compromise. ...

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Students hear stories of seniors in need

Students hear stories of seniors in need

Margaret Peilemeier has a one-year-old great-granddaughter who she has only seen through pictures. ...

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St. Augustine’s PechaKucha: An event to spread creativity

St. Augustine’s PechaKucha: An event to spread creativity

By Matt Keene | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo by Tom Tibbitts On October 10, St Augustine will be saturated with a lightning storm of inspirational ideas and projects as residents ga ...

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King wins Flagler photo contest with image of Pope

King wins Flagler photo contest with image of Pope

This photo by Dana King, a political science major at Flagler College, won a recent Study Abroad photo contest. King shot the photo of Pope Francis during a 2013 Study Abroad trip ...

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Journalism and new media with Michael Doyle

Journalism and new media with Michael Doyle

Michael Doyle, Legal Affairs Writer for McClatchy Newspapers, spoke recently at the Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy. Doyle sat down for an interview about wr ...

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Flagler’s Eaton wins award for feature on former Cuban spy

Flagler’s Eaton wins award for feature on former Cuban spy

In his longest interview in 15 years, Juan Pablo Roquez opened up to Flagler College's Tracey Eaton about his life as a Cuban spy, and what he had been accused of in the early 199 ...

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Old city, modern concept: Sustainability as a new practice

Old city, modern concept: Sustainability as a new practice

Flagler College and the city of St. Augustine are following in the sustainable footsteps of several other Florida schools and cities as the "Green Movement" takes hold in the Nati ...

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Local shop owners dealing with counterfeit bills

Local shop owners dealing with counterfeit bills

Local St. Augustine frozen yogurt shop Yobe recently posted a sign on their door warning customers that they would no longer be accepting $50 and $100 bills. The reason? The amoun ...

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Homeless, under 30 and invisible

Homeless, under 30 and invisible

Levi Drouillard appears young and unworn in comparison to the men he smokes cigarettes with under the makeshift patio towards the back of the St. Francis House. ...

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A disappearing trade: Shrimping in St. Augustine

A disappearing trade: Shrimping in St. Augustine

a photo essay by Sarah Williamson | gargoyle@flagler.edu There is something almost prehistoric about the leathery skin of a shrimp fisherman, casting his net and cruising through ...

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St. Augustine Beach nightlife threatened

St. Augustine Beach nightlife threatened

What happened to the crowd, which made its way beachside every weekend night, eager to sit at Dunes Cracker House for 30 minutes of free drinks served by St. Augustine's favorite ...

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Online Identity: Are you liked … or are you just ‘liked’?

Online Identity: Are you liked … or are you just ‘liked’?

In the constantly changing world of social media, online identity can either make you or break you. ...

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Syrian emigrant reflects on war ravaging homeland

Syrian emigrant reflects on war ravaging homeland

For Marian Asfoura, who emigrated from Syria to the U.S. in 2006, the country that she left behind is not the one she recognizes on nightly news reports. ...

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