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Gospic’s long journey to play professional basketball now a reality

Gospic’s long journey to play professional basketball now a reality

By Jeff Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu The idea of playing professional basketball for many Division II players tends to be a fantasy. But for former Flagler basketball player Ante G ...

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Women’s tennis makes waves after knocking off No. 3 Saint Leo

Women’s tennis makes waves after knocking off No. 3 Saint Leo

Coming so close to reaching the NCAA Sweet Sixteen in Surprise, Arizona, was the storyline coming out of 2015 for the women’s tennis program. In 2015, the Saints took their Cinder ...

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Commemorating Black History month with top places to visit in St. Augustine

Commemorating Black History month with top places to visit in St. Augustine

By Jared Talbot | gargoyle@flagler.edu Most know that St. Augustine is rich with history. It's the oldest city in America, and is filled with Spanish architecture and museums to r ...

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New sea turtle hospital now providing local treatment

New sea turtle hospital now providing local treatment

When sick and injured sea turtles wash up onto St. Johns County beaches, volunteers no longer have to transport them more than 200 miles away for treatment. ...

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Somebody to lean on

Somebody to lean on

It had been only a week since they last saw each other, but Bobby squeezed Flagler College sophomore Rachel Singer in a hug for nearly a minute. It was like he hadn’t seen her in ...

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Rising tension over terrorism, refugees

Rising tension over terrorism, refugees

By Murphy Stidham and Kathleen Bajalia | gargoyle@flagler.edu President Obama today plans to deliver a prime-time address on how his administration will defeat the Islamic State, ...

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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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Saints Volleyball wins coveted Peach Belt Conference title

Saints Volleyball wins coveted Peach Belt Conference title

Flagler College volleyball has achieved its first goal of the season — winning its fourth Peach Belt Conference title this past Saturday. But it will be a quick celebration throug ...

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Flagler’s first masters program to entwine two cultures

Flagler’s first masters program to entwine two cultures

Flagler College’s plan for offering a master’s program in Deaf Education — the first for the school — will be less about adding another layer of academia to its credit, and more a ...

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Kovach hoping to take Saints volleyball further

Kovach hoping to take Saints volleyball further

By Wesley Wilcox | gargoyle@flagler.edu Not every high school athlete has intentions of playing after graduation, but this was the case for Flagler College senior volleyball playe ...

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Saints of the Future: Freshman Volleyball standout Shea Hamilton

Saints of the Future: Freshman Volleyball standout Shea Hamilton

At the age of 11, Shea Hamilton had her first chance at trying out for her school’s junior varsity volleyball team. Unfortunately, she was one of the few girls not picked to join ...

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Surreal ‘Life Is A Dream’ comes to Flagler

Surreal ‘Life Is A Dream’ comes to Flagler

Flagler College Theatre Arts is putting on a production of "Life Is A Dream." Directed by Andrea McCook, this play is done with a surrealistic approach with influences from da Vin ...

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Rising seas raise concerns for St. Augustine

Rising seas raise concerns for St. Augustine

For most college students, having a pair of rain boots isn’t a necessity. But in St. Augustine, for students who aren’t equipped with rain gear, the frequent flooding of streets a ...

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Flagler looking at more campus housing near FEC

Flagler looking at more campus housing near FEC

In an effort to keep more students living on campus, plans for a new 150­-bed residence hall are in the works and tentatively slated for fall 2017. ...

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Oldest City needs to brush up on historical knowledge

Oldest City needs to brush up on historical knowledge

It’s a sunny afternoon during the recent 450th anniversary celebration of the founding of St. Augustine, no clouds in sight and a light breeze is coming off the Intracoastal Water ...

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Saints volleyball’s strong start continues

Saints volleyball’s strong start continues

Losing a home opener to start off a season that was arguably filled with the highest expectations in recent memory isn’t easy, but that changed when the women's volleyball team fe ...

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