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Flagler’s St. Augustine Civil Rights Archive to be unveiled

Flagler’s St. Augustine Civil Rights Archive to be unveiled

On Wednesday, Sept. 18th in the Flagler College dining hall, students and faculty will unveil a multimedia Civil Rights archive that has been in the works for three semesters. ...

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Double major: double benefits

Double major: double benefits

By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu What makes a double major valuable? Hear the voices of both student and faculty at Flagler College. ...

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‘Writers in Residence’ ready for a new year

‘Writers in Residence’ ready for a new year

With the start of another school year already underway, this year's Writers in Residence events are up and running. ...

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Flagler student balances school and firefighting

Flagler student balances school and firefighting

By Katherine Brock | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College junior, Nick Carey may look like the average college student, but there is more to him than just studies and college life ...

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Refugees share stories of survival

Refugees share stories of survival

"You have to eat another human being to survive. It's sad. I don't like to talk about it...we fled for our lives just to have life," Nhial Kou shared with Flagler College students ...

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Students to vote on poorly publicized election

Students to vote on poorly publicized election

By Joshua Santos | gargoyle@flagler.edu Elections for Student Government Association are being held tomorrow.  The Political Guild, in conjunction with the Election Board and SGA, ...

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U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Fellow to speak at Flagler College

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Fellow to speak at Flagler College

By Marissa Marinan | gargoyle@flagler.edu For Jennifer Rodgers, who is lecturing about the Holocaust at Flagler on Monday, March 19, being teased by her grandfather in German and ...

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Student-led flash mob promotes worthy cause

Student-led flash mob promotes worthy cause

By Teaira Haynes | gargoyle@flagler.edu Wednesday, March 7 for many Flagler College students was a dismal day. It was cloudy with the threat of rain. The kind of day some would pr ...

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Flagler has ‘Tallant’ with post-grad success

Flagler has ‘Tallant’ with post-grad success

By Alyssa Prehoda| gargoyle@flagler.edu With Communication Week underway, the success of Flagler alumni can be seen throughout various panels, including two-time emmy winner Shane ...

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Archaeology club preps for archaeology month

Archaeology club preps for archaeology month

By Joshua Santos | gargoyle@flagler.edu For the Archeology Club of Flagler College, Saturday is just another day to preserve history. The club caravanned deep into the woods down ...

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Journalist Chris Gordon to speak at COM week

Journalist Chris Gordon to speak at COM week

By Megan Bradt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo courtesy of nbcwashington.com {Photog_Name} For Chris Gordon, interviewing a quadriplegic skydiver, covering a story where two officers ...

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Diversity committee hopes to make campus more vibrant

Diversity committee hopes to make campus more vibrant

By Joshua Santos | gargoyle@flagler.edu Earlier this semester, the Flagler Foundations of Excellence Committee on Diversity asked students about their views on Flagler's culture. ...

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Boys and Girls Club find more than animals at Alligator Farm

Boys and Girls Club find more than animals at Alligator Farm

By Tiffanie Reynolds | gargoyle@flagler.edu On Feb. 11, the Boys and Girls Club of St. Augustine worked with Flagler College Society of Professional Journalists for their annual M ...

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Fine Arts Guild set to host Dancing for Diabetes event

Fine Arts Guild set to host Dancing for Diabetes event

By Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu Photo courtesy of Dancing for Diabetes Facebook page For junior Kristen Matulewicz, becoming the president of the new Fine Arts Guild means b ...

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Revamping communications: new academic building to replace communication facility

Revamping communications: new academic building to replace communication facility

By Tiffanie Reynolds | gargoyle@flagler.edu The corner of Cordova and Cuna will be getting a new look, but it will not only be for communication students. Plans to demolish 31 Cor ...

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Flagler making room for big class on campus

Flagler making room for big class on campus

By Tiffanie Reynolds | gargoyle@flagler.edu On registration day, Heather Cribbs logged onto myflagler to find that the class she needed to take was no longer listed. It's a scenar ...

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