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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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Check out this year’s Gargoyle awards gallery

Check out this year’s Gargoyle awards gallery

The Gargoyle staff won 10 awards this past year for everything from features on homelessness to news stories about bullying to opinion touching on veterans issues. In fact, in one ...

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