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America’s oldest city again becoming a battleground for civil rights

America’s oldest city again becoming a battleground for civil rights

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Read below or listen: St. Augustine, Florida, America’s oldest city, was once a battleground for civil rights. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. ...

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Through the lens: Hurricane Irma’s damage still found around St. Augustine

Through the lens: Hurricane Irma’s damage still found around St. Augustine

By Lillian Jaeger | gargoyle@flagler.edu Even though the town of St. Augustine did not get a direct hit from Hurricane Irma earlier this month, there was still major damage that o ...

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Lightner Museum opens Downton Abbey exhibit’s 3-month run

Lightner Museum opens Downton Abbey exhibit’s 3-month run

By Elise Kolmer | gargoyle@flagler.edu Walking into the exhibit and looking over the railing into the Dressing Downton event was like stepping back in time. The event on October 3 ...

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“Throw Down Under”: Kookaburra’s first latte art competition

“Throw Down Under”: Kookaburra’s first latte art competition

By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu  On October 6, The Kookaburra hosted their first "Throw Down Under" latte art competition. Contestants came from as far as Miami, Florida, t ...

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St. Francis House’s ‘Chef’s Night Out’ helps feed those in need

St. Francis House’s ‘Chef’s Night Out’ helps feed those in need

By Courtney Cox | gargoyle@flagler.edu The St. Francis House located in St. Augustine, Florida, provides housing, crisis and essential services to families and individuals in St. ...

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Photo story: Finding home from Myanmar

Photo story: Finding home from Myanmar

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu My work with refugees mostly involves trying to explain to people who don't know me and don't speak my language that I am not there to ge ...

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Humans of St. Augustine At Work: Kombucha Edition

Humans of St. Augustine At Work: Kombucha Edition

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Kombucha is typically most well-known for its powerful probiotic properties that help to balance the bacteria in your stomach and strengt ...

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St. Augustine after the storm: in photos

St. Augustine after the storm: in photos

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Less than a year after Hurricane Matthew rocked the oldest city, Hurricane Irma hit Northeast Florida with 80 mph winds and 5-foot storm ...

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Through the photo lens: St. Augustine Beach

Through the photo lens: St. Augustine Beach

St. Augustine Beach is usually mobbed with people — tourists, swimmers, surfers and dog walkers. ...

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St. Augustine, the city that sleeps

St. Augustine, the city that sleeps

By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu At 6 in the morning, you would expect that as I walked to the radio station in downtown St. Augustine to start my shift, I would be an unaw ...

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I’m a 20-year-old virgin

I’m a 20-year-old virgin

In 2009, Tim Tebow stepped in the spotlight and announced to the public that he is in fact a virgin, saving himself for marriage. ...

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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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Tattoos In Our Generation

Tattoos In Our Generation

Here at Flagler College tattoos are more than just a trend, but a way for students to express their personalities and share their pasts. In this article you may see your friends, ...

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Top 10 Places To Run in St. Augustine

Top 10 Places To Run in St. Augustine

Much of St. Augustine's beauty is found downtown, but that's all most people ever see. ...

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Through the lens: Hastings human peace sign

Through the lens: Hastings human peace sign

By Sarah Williamson | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photos by Sarah Williamson and Walter Coker About 114 people joined hands to form a human peace sign at W.E. Harris Community Center Fie ...

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