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An Intimate Interview with Kirk Damato

An Intimate Interview with Kirk Damato

By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu   Kirk Damato, Flagler alum and former A&E Editor, shares words of wisdom during his visit to Flagler College for Communication W ...

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The Things We See

The Things We See

By Justin Katz | gargoyle@flagler.edu Everyone has a story to tell about themselves, but some stories are deeper than what's on the surface.   Katie Frazier Flagler College j ...

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Ten campus events you should definitely attend

Ten campus events you should definitely attend

  By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu     With the end of the semester swiftly approaching, there's no better way to de-stress/distract yourself from final pro ...

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Inside Quidditch: an interview with Chris Rhodes

Inside Quidditch: an interview with Chris Rhodes

By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu When did you start Quidditch, and why? How did you start the team at Flagler?  I started Quidditch during the first semester of my Freshmen ...

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Top ten ways you fail at being a morning person

Top ten ways you fail at being a morning person

Not a morning person? Neither are we. ...

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The Faces of Feminism

The Faces of Feminism

By Gracie Stackhouse | gargoyle@flagler.edu Alyssa Menard, 22 “I think feminism is a widely misunderstood issue. I think like any political debate there are those who are radical ...

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FADE App Popularity Reaches Flagler College

FADE App Popularity Reaches Flagler College

FADE’s tagline, “Nothing lasts forever”, is enticing, however many people are confused as to what it is. ...

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Club Unity challenges hate crime and speech through education

Club Unity challenges hate crime and speech through education

By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu                   ...

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Do you even lift, bro? Cancer Smash to raise money and awareness

Do you even lift, bro? Cancer Smash to raise money and awareness

Many work out to benefit themselves--but what if you could work out to benefit others? ...

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We Are Flagler: Bridget Schaaff

We Are Flagler: Bridget Schaaff

Bridget Schaaff talks about her campaign to bring gender neutral bathrooms to Flagler. ...

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Flagler College’s role in upcoming local elections

Flagler College’s role in upcoming local elections

While the nation prepares for what’s expected to be a very controversial midterm election, St. Augustine is facing local debates of its own. ...

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Faces of Depression: Exposing the Silent Battle

Faces of Depression: Exposing the Silent Battle

  By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu When the news of Robin Williams' death became public, his depression and consequent suicide became sensationalized by the media. Th ...

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The struggle is real: Battling Anxiety and Panic Attacks

The struggle is real: Battling Anxiety and Panic Attacks

On average, about 40 million adults suffer from anxiety disorder. On college campuses, anxiety is particularly prevalent. ...

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Flagler College Students Read Yik Yaks

Flagler College Students Read Yik Yaks

Yik yak, an "anonymous social wall for anything and everything" is gaining traction not only amongst Flagler College students, but across the nation. While an anonymous social out ...

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Where do you fit in at Flagler?

Where do you fit in at Flagler?

The concept of "fitting in" at college has always been tricky. Whether you're a member of the mock trial team, an athlete, a worker, an Student Government Association member, a re ...

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Sell Art Not Humans to raise human trafficking awareness

Sell Art Not Humans to raise human trafficking awareness

Sell Art Not Humans, a silent auction where students, professors and local artists auction off artwork, seeks to raise money for the rehabilitation of human trafficking victims. ...

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