Monday , 22 January 2018

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Yoga– it’s for everyone

Yoga– it’s for everyone

By JT Whitt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Walking into my first day of Yoga Asana II, I was immediately greeted with a room full of awkward stares. No one was acting particularly rude, b ...

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Watching miracles happen at Haven Horse Ranch

Watching miracles happen at Haven Horse Ranch

I will never forget my first encounter with the therapy program at Haven Horse Ranch. It was a hot spring day in 2013 and I was sitting in the office having a conversation with Pr ...

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Take the risk

Take the risk

By Gracie Stackhouse | gargoyle@flagler.edu As graduating college seniors, we can all agree that there is one looming question constantly hanging over our heads. Most of us probab ...

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Little Blue Pills

Little Blue Pills

By Emily Topper | gargoyle@flagler.edu I was in first grade when I got my first bad mark on a report card. It wasn’t even a grade—just that I needed to improve on following the li ...

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Confessions of a college graduate

Confessions of a college graduate

By Liz Bernstein | gargoyle@flagler.edu The fact is, I’m turning 26 in a couple of months and I still don’t feel like a grown up. Maybe it has something to do with my placement di ...

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After Robin Williams’ death, stigma still surrounds mental illness

After Robin Williams’ death, stigma still surrounds mental illness

I was 9 years old when my 7-year-old sister was diagnosed with severe bipolar disorder. The diagnosis hit my family like a ton of bricks, and just like that, our lives were turned ...

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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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Ferguson decision sends clear message

Ferguson decision sends clear message

The fact that Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot Michael Brown on an early August morning, won't have a day in court should be alarming, but not surprising. ...

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Teenage motherhood isn’t always a failure

Teenage motherhood isn’t always a failure

Other than not being successful, having a child before I am financially and emotionally ready is my biggest fear. ...

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Looking forward, searching for my biological mother

Looking forward, searching for my biological mother

Even when I was a kid, the shelves in my room were always overflowing with books. I read everything from The Boxcar Children to The Babysitters' Club, Tallahassee Higgins to Harri ...

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Why I’m a “bad feminist”

Why I’m a “bad feminist”

Recently, a man commented on photos taken of me for a local company’s website. While I usually never have problems on social media, his comments were negative and discriminatory. ...

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