Saturday , 23 June 2018

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Planting a seed: Flagler College’s first black professor

Planting a seed: Flagler College’s first black professor

By Hasani Malone | gargoyle@flagler.edu The lively sounds of a keyboard, muffled behind the heavy door of room 323 in Kenan Hall, grew louder when Dr. Carl Williams, a deaf educat ...

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Communication week kicks off

Communication week kicks off

By Emily Ferguson | gargoyle@flagler.edu College lectures provide students with fundamental education, but sometimes they still long for something not found in a classroom. What i ...

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Students gather for vigil in honor of Parkland shooting victims

Students gather for vigil in honor of Parkland shooting victims

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu The amber glow of candlelight flickered against the solemn faces of Flagler College students as they participated in a vigil and silen ...

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Flagler student to cross the country for cancer

Flagler student to cross the country for cancer

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu If not for her father Carl, Haley Kenyon wouldn’t be a runner. A runner for most his life, Carl asked his 12-year-old daughter if she wante ...

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Immigrating north: Sonia Leones’ story

Immigrating north: Sonia Leones’ story

By Adriana Cabezas | gargoyle@flagler.edu Pablo Escobar’s Medellin Cartel drove Flagler College’s custodial worker, Sonia Leones, 66, out of Colombia and into the United States. L ...

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SGA pushes for change to interhall rules

SGA pushes for change to interhall rules

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwp-g_Z-rK0 For the past several years, there’s one issue the Student Government Association has heard more ...

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Dominica’s hurricane recovery hits close to home for Flagler student

Dominica’s hurricane recovery hits close to home for Flagler student

By Brenna DeBlasio | gargoyle@flagler.edu Coming from an area as hurricane prone as St. Augustine, it is easy to feel sympathy toward our Caribbean neighbors who are suffering fro ...

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Life as a transgender student on campus

Life as a transgender student on campus

By Lauren Schroeder | gargoyle@flagler.edu For Ryan Rish, growing up consisted of pretending to be someone he was not. That was until he decided to accept and express who he reall ...

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Rock the hammock: relaxing in style

Rock the hammock: relaxing in style

      By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu The bustling St. George Street, spanning far and wide through downtown St. Augustine, Florida, has just about anything ...

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Marketing students help classmate collect donations for Dominica

Marketing students help classmate collect donations for Dominica

By Selbe Dittman | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College Principles of Marketing class, lead by Dr. Cindy Rippé, is taking on a project to help the island of Dominica. Dominica was ...

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College: the time of your life or hardest time of your life

College: the time of your life or hardest time of your life

By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College students sit at their desks, bleeding anxiety as they selectively listen for their cue: a due date. It will be another big e ...

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Rosie’s angels: A finals tradition

Rosie’s angels: A finals tradition

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu For some college students, final exam week is the most stressful week of the semester. This week is marked by back-to-back exams, prese ...

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Struggling with spirit: Flagler wrestles with a small athletic fan base

Struggling with spirit: Flagler wrestles with a small athletic fan base

By Jared Talbot | gargoyle@flagler.edu Every college has an identity. Whether it’s the party school, the Ivy League school, the big school, the in-the-middle-of-nowhere school or ...

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Top 10 ways to eat better in the dorms

Top 10 ways to eat better in the dorms

By Brianna Kurzynowski Living in the dorms has its perks and disadvantages. One disadvantage, the students living on campus would mostly agree on, would be having to eat the food ...

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Volunteering in the wild — sort of

Volunteering in the wild — sort of

“So, who wants to shovel the coquina into the hyena cage?” ...

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Full-time student, part-time author

Full-time student, part-time author

By Brianna Kurzynowski | gargoyle@flagler.edu Imagine, writing and publishing your own novel before you graduate high school. Allison Struck, junior at Flagler College, did just t ...

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