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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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Development director helps bring homeless Home Again

Development director helps bring homeless Home Again

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu Kassy Guy-Johanessen stood in a Daytona Beach Barnes and Noble three years ago when a well-dressed woman, toting a Vera Bradley bag, approa ...

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Saving animals from euthanasia

Saving animals from euthanasia

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu Lying on her bed, Mocha anticipates the next visitor to pass her large cage. With excited eyes full of hope, she jumps up, wildly thras ...

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Ex-mayor: Some families losing their homes

Ex-mayor: Some families losing their homes

By Jeff Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Some longtime residents of St. Augustine are being priced out of their homes as affluent homebuyers move in and snatch up prime real estate, sa ...

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Single moms chase their dreams

Single moms chase their dreams

By Shelby Gardiner | gargoyle@flagler.edu A box is always defining us. When you fill out a form you must check: male or female, black or white, married or single. It is these litt ...

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A ray of sunshine on wheels

A ray of sunshine on wheels

By Jamie Coulson and Jeff Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Pass by a Sunshine Bus Co. stop in St. Johns County and chances are you’ll see someone waiting for a ride. And it’s no wonder ...

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Urgent mission: A new science building

Urgent mission: A new science building

By Brianna Kurzynowski | gargoyle@flagler.edu Fundraising for a new science building at Flagler College should be a top priority, according to the college's 2016-2021 strategic pl ...

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Gargoyle wins 5 SPJ awards

Gargoyle wins 5 SPJ awards

The Gargoyle, Flagler College’s online-only student newspaper, won five awards in the Society of Professional Journalists Region 3 Mark of Excellence awards. The publication won t ...

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‘Is This Vegan?’: Hipster to Healthy

‘Is This Vegan?’: Hipster to Healthy

Veganism has a reputation for producing groans and eye-rolls when it’s brought up, probably much like your reaction to the title of this article, but the vegan lifestyle is gettin ...

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Pantene Beautiful Lengths: The gift of hair

Pantene Beautiful Lengths: The gift of hair

By Liz Browning | gargoyle@flagler.edu Many of us take our hair for granted, but not Flagler sophomore Jeff Bryant. Prior to attending Flagler, he faced a year-long battle with Os ...

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Florida leads nation in Zika virus cases

Florida leads nation in Zika virus cases

By Troy MacNeill | gargoyle@flagler.edu The number of Zika virus cases in Florida has risen to 79, the highest of any state in the nation. There has been only one case reported in ...

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Bill targeting refugees fails

Bill targeting refugees fails

By Lindsay Tahan | gargoyle@flagler.edu A controversial state bill aimed at establishing additional screening for Syrian refugees has failed to advance in the Florida Legislature. ...

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Pagan advocacy club fights religious intolerance and ignorance

Pagan advocacy club fights religious intolerance and ignorance

By Dulce Ros | gargoyle@flagler.edu Dakota Niswonger waits for everyone to get comfortably seated and signed into the mysterious, medieval-style log book. “This is a safe haven,”  ...

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