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Flagler senior Kathleen Quillian named Anthology 2015 Grand Award winner

Flagler senior Kathleen Quillian named Anthology 2015 Grand Award winner

Kathleen Quillian, a Flagler College communication major and graduating senior, was named the Grand Award winner of the fifth edition of Anthology, a print publication produced by ...

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Mellow Mushroom brings local music beachside

Mellow Mushroom brings local music beachside

By Cheyanne Wingo | gargoyle@flagler.edu Walking down St. George Street on any given night, one can hear the sounds of guitar riffs and live music coming from seemingly every dire ...

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Boys Lacrosse team transforms challenges into triumphs

Boys Lacrosse team transforms challenges into triumphs

By Megan Pariseau | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Flagler College Men's Lacrosse team hit their stride when former Florida State University coach Bill Harkins was assigned to the team. ...

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Phase Three: Lincolnville Community Garden takes on  composting

Phase Three: Lincolnville Community Garden takes on composting

The Lincolnville Community Garden has been up and running for five years now and allows members, who donate $25 every 6 months, to have their own beds of plants. An initiative tha ...

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Beach residents both welcome, fear arrival of new mega resort

Beach residents both welcome, fear arrival of new mega resort

By Will Sandman | gargoyle@flagler.edu An abandoned hotel that once was an Anastasia Island staple will soon get new life – but many disagree on what that means for the area. The ...

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The band Mental Patients perform at Tone Vendor Record Fair

The band Mental Patients perform at Tone Vendor Record Fair

By Ariel Thomas | gargoyle@flagler.edu If you attended Tone Vendor's Record Fair at the St. Augustine Ampitheatre, you might have caught The Mental Patients, a hip-hop group that ...

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Traffic crashes in St. Johns County rising

Traffic crashes in St. Johns County rising

By Justin Katz | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College senior John Eick was riding his bike to campus from his house in West King when he was struck by a car speeding through the i ...

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Flagler College’s 10th annual COM Week to kick off next week

Flagler College’s 10th annual COM Week to kick off next week

By Megan Pariseau | gargoyle@flagler.edu Monday represents the beginning of Flagler College’s 10th Communication Week, presented by the Public Relations Society for Students in Am ...

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Bill looking to allow guns on campus getting push back from colleges

Bill looking to allow guns on campus getting push back from colleges

Incoming college freshmen in Florida may have a new item to add to their college checklist: A gun. ...

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Meet the face of the Corner Market

Meet the face of the Corner Market

By Garrett Lemery | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photos by Victoria Gruber Nicole Smith has personal history with St. Augustine and particularly the Lincolnville neighborhood. The store s ...

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Pedicab Expands With More Bicycles, Weddings and Events

Pedicab Expands With More Bicycles, Weddings and Events

By Matthew Goodman | gargoyle@flagler.edu Known for its service as an inexpensive, eco-friendly taxi, Pedicab of St. Augustine has huge plans for expansion in 2015. Ashley Mentor, ...

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Childhood cancer survivor spearheads fundraiser to give back

Childhood cancer survivor spearheads fundraiser to give back

Although Sophomore Cassandra Honour overcame leukemia as a toddler, her life was permanently changed when doctors couldn't diagnose her illness in 2004. ...

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Students work towards remodeling former Excelsior High School

Students work towards remodeling former Excelsior High School

A building that once housed St. Augustine’s black high school is open to the public as the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center, but its parking lot is empty. ...

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Many fear Common Core holding students – and teachers – back

Many fear Common Core holding students – and teachers – back

By Emily Topper | gargoyle@flagler.edu With a focus on testing, Common Core results in more stress, not knowledge. The re-election of Gov. Rick Scott means more changes for educat ...

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Students, community finding peace with same-sex marriage legalized

Students, community finding peace with same-sex marriage legalized

With same-sex marriage legalized in Florida, from a federal court ruling that overturned the outstanding ban, couples all across Florida celebrated their newly received marriages ...

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Soccer star trades in cleats for track shoes

Soccer star trades in cleats for track shoes

By Chelsea Commodari | gargoyle@flagler.edu When Thomas Gallitz arrived on campus in 2013, his plan was to play soccer. Two years later, you can find him sprinting short distances ...

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