Monday , 22 January 2018

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Living Simply: Lessons from growing up on a sailboat

Living Simply: Lessons from growing up on a sailboat

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu  My father taught me how to swim with a mask and snorkel before he was able to convince me to ride a bike without training wheels. I le ...

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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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First generation college students beat the odds

First generation college students beat the odds

I cannot remember the exact day or year that I told myself that I would go to college. But for as long as I remember, I applied myself to the fullest in order to reach my goal of ...

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Sleep mode: How our phones are keeping us up at night

Sleep mode: How our phones are keeping us up at night

I’ve always had trouble sleeping. There was always something to keep me up, whether it was a noise outside or just the house settling, my eyes would shoot open and stay that way f ...

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Stripping heroes of their rightful honor

Stripping heroes of their rightful honor

In May of 1997, a young police officer was on his first day of the job following training. In the afternoon, he had gotten a call about a suspicious drunk man at a bus terminal. W ...

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Body Shaming in Modern Culture

Body Shaming in Modern Culture

By Carie Levy | gargoyle@flagler.edu It wasn't until I heard it from my seven year old sister that it really hit me. “Carie, does this shirt make me look fat?” At first I was puzz ...

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The Struggle Is Real: My Experience of Attempting to Do It All

The Struggle Is Real: My Experience of Attempting to Do It All

By Caitlyn McCrea | gargoyle@flagler.edu                 It’s that time in the semester again when everyone is scrambling to start on last ...

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What a T-Shirt Made Me Realize

What a T-Shirt Made Me Realize

By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu Once I bought my new shirt, I couldn’t wait to show it off. I walked around all day, went to five classes, and my club meetings, but nobody ...

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Stop and smell the history

Stop and smell the history

I see it everyday. Students rushing into D-Hall with one thing on their mind: Food. ...

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Anxiety: The invisible illness

Anxiety: The invisible illness

My mom was cooking breakfast one day when it hit her out of nowhere. ...

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We thee Lions

We thee Lions

Cartoons by Marcela Shull ...

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Ten Facebook tips to be professional

Ten Facebook tips to be professional

With over 1 billion active users, Facebook is the dominant social media Web site on the Internet. It allows you to keep in touch with friends and family and follow your favorite b ...

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The Realities of Being a Cooking Channel Extra:

The Realities of Being a Cooking Channel Extra:

By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu It might be every food-lovers dream, including myself, to be on a Cooking Channel show. Surprisingly, I had the pleasure of appearing last ...

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A New American Boxing Hero

A New American Boxing Hero

By Will Sandman | gargoyle@flagler.edu   In an age of boxers and not fighters, it’s rare to see classic knockouts. The bone chilling, eye popping, haymaker shots that boxing ...

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Through my “Oriental” eyes

Through my “Oriental” eyes

By MJ Jeremiah | gargoyle@flagler.edu I grew up among a sea of trees and Asians in a small neighborhood in Portland, Oregon. Our mother engulfed us in Asian communities as she sea ...

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Top 10 Things Shark Tank Has Taught Me

Top 10 Things Shark Tank Has Taught Me

By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu Shark Tank, an entertaining reality show about hopeful entrepreneurs getting the chance at the real American Dream. Actually, most of the s ...

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