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Men’s soccer blanks UNC Pembroke, fifth of the season

Men’s soccer blanks UNC Pembroke, fifth of the season

By Eric Albury | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo by Eric Albury The Flagler College men's soccer team recorded their fifth shutout of the season and their fourth consecutive on the roa ...

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Ray Anderson: Overcoming adversity

Ray Anderson: Overcoming adversity

By Gorge Gallardo | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College SIFE's program Containers for a Cause recycles old shipping containers into homes. This is the story of one recipient: 27- ...

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Facing depression in college

Facing depression in college

By Gena Anderson | ganderson@flagler.edu Depression. The word itself has this impenetrable weight to it. Depression is something that happens to you, but we don't look at it that ...

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Three doses of HPV vaccine not necessary for cancer prevention, study says

Three doses of HPV vaccine not necessary for cancer prevention, study says

By Amber James | gargoyle@flagler.edu There has been much controversy throughout the years surrounding Gardisil and Cervarix, two FDA approved vaccines that help prevent cervical ...

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Faculty Senate matching calendar with classes

Faculty Senate matching calendar with classes

By Tiffanie Reynolds | gargoyle@flagler.edu Starting fall 2013, students may be seeing more days off in the school year. The academic calender resolution, passed by the Faculty Se ...

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Remembering John Rice

Remembering John Rice

John Rice, who oversaw custodial services at Flagler and had been a fixture on the campus for more than three decades, died on Sept. 25 at the age of 53. ...

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Senior experiences emotional tremors from Japanese earthquake

Senior experiences emotional tremors from Japanese earthquake

One text message never made Emi Miyao feel farther away from home. Around 1:30 am on March 11, Miyao woke to find the message, "8.8 magnitude earthquake in Japan," on her cell pho ...

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Is healthy eating a luxury? Locals reveal cheap tips to eating right

Is healthy eating a luxury? Locals reveal cheap tips to eating right

By Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu For St. Augustine resident Sarah Alarcon, healthy eating is a luxury. Because she said she lives on a small budget, and does not have a car, ...

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New ads hinting at domestic violence offends the ‘unoffendable’

New ads hinting at domestic violence offends the ‘unoffendable’

By Amber James | gargoyle@flagler.edu One in every four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime, according to the National Violence Against Women Survey. This woma ...

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Blonder looks back on a bike trek across the country

Blonder looks back on a bike trek across the country

em>By {Ryan Buffa} | gargoyle@flagler.edu Many people spend the summer lounging on the beach, reading a book and maybe go do some sight seeing. For Flagler College environmental s ...

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Croatian basketball player fulfills dream to come to America

Croatian basketball player fulfills dream to come to America

By Jaycob Ammerman | gargoyle@flagler.edu Born in Zadar, Croatia, Ante Gospic's dream was to get a college education in America. "I remember watching American college movies and I ...

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Governor visits Flagler College and talks about education, jobs and lowering taxes

Governor visits Flagler College and talks about education, jobs and lowering taxes

  By Michael Newberger | mnewberger@flagler.edu Photographs by Phil Sunkel Governor Rick Scott spoke at Flagler College Aug. 29 about the main tenants of his political platfo ...

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Are you prepared for hurricane season?

Are you prepared for hurricane season?

By Gargoyle Staff | gargoyle@flagler.edu Hurricane season is in full swing as this semester starts. Luckily we were spared from this season's first major hurricane, Irene. However ...

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Mosquitoes bring fears of West Nile Virus

Mosquitoes bring fears of West Nile Virus

By Amber James | gargoyle@flagler.eduA black curtain. That is what Rachael Horn compares the mosquitoes in her yard in St Augustine to. Florida spends about $160 million on mosqui ...

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Career Services plans for GRE workshops in future

Career Services plans for GRE workshops in future

By Tiffanie Reynolds | gargoyle@flagler.edu Kristin Nelson, new director of Career Services, aims to make Ringhaver Student Center a Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) test site i ...

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