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Men’s basketball trying to stay positive during losing streak

Men’s basketball trying to stay positive during losing streak

By Mari Pothier | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo by Dyann Busse Taking one game at a time and looking to the future is how head coach Bo Clark is keeping morale up among his players. ...

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Proposal requiring attendance at campus events in the works for fall

Proposal requiring attendance at campus events in the works for fall

By Tiffanie Reynolds | gargoyle@flagler.edu This fall, students may be filling more seats in campus events. But, it's not because they want to, it's because they will be required. ...

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Pro-life march a success, yet some business owners still caught off guard

Pro-life march a success, yet some business owners still caught off guard

By {Amber James} | gargoyle@flagler.edu About 2,000 people made a stand against abortion on Saturday, walking a mile through downtown for the March for Life St Augustine. But one ...

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Thanksgiving 2011: Unforgiven and forgotten

Thanksgiving 2011: Unforgiven and forgotten

By Kylynn Pelkey | gargoyle@flagler.edu I spent thanksgiving this year at an Alzheimer's home. My Grandmother's sister, Sandie, was transferred into the home about two months ago. ...

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Work release inmate: “I don’t have to return to the streets”

Work release inmate: “I don’t have to return to the streets”

By Amber James | gargoyle@flagler.edu Rodderick Williams is a county sentenced inmate, in jail for violation of probation. But for five to six days a week, Williams gets to leave ...

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Flagler making room for big class on campus

Flagler making room for big class on campus

By Tiffanie Reynolds | gargoyle@flagler.edu On registration day, Heather Cribbs logged onto myflagler to find that the class she needed to take was no longer listed. It's a scenar ...

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Volleyball’s Olivia Snipes, a true student-athlete

Volleyball’s Olivia Snipes, a true student-athlete

By Jeffrey Howard | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo by Dyann Busse Olivia Snipes, a senior setter for the Flagler College women's volleyball team, said she doesn't like to be the cente ...

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Senior volleyball player cherishes time spent at Flagler

Senior volleyball player cherishes time spent at Flagler

By Don Stewart | gargoyle@flagler.edu Senior defensive specialist Laura Beth Lancaster transferred from Georgia Southern after her freshman year and has thrived for the Saints sin ...

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Men’s soccer season comes to an end with loss to Lynn

Men’s soccer season comes to an end with loss to Lynn

By Jeremy Petty | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Flagler College men's soccer team played its final game of the season Saturday night as they lost to Lynn University in the NCAA Divisio ...

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Flagler volleyball reaches Div. II Southeast Regional again

Flagler volleyball reaches Div. II Southeast Regional again

By Jeffrey Howard | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo by Dyann Busse On Sunday the women's volleyball team beat their rival Armstrong Atlantic in three straight sets after losing the fir ...

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Women’s basketball preview: Looking to build a reputation

Women’s basketball preview: Looking to build a reputation

By Lauren Ely | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo by Lauren Ely The Flagler College women's basketball team lost its home opener 59-69 on Sunday afternoon to non-conference opponent, Ave ...

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The Knux Set To Keep it Fresh At Cafe Eleven

The Knux Set To Keep it Fresh At Cafe Eleven

On November 17th, 2011, The Knux will be performing at the Original Cafe Eleven for only a six dollar cover charge. They took some time of their busy schedule to call in the Gargo ...

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Despite war, young couple perseveres

Despite war, young couple perseveres

By James Alex Bonus |  jbonus@flagler.edu  After a year of waiting, only minutes keep them apart. Jenniffer DuBose watches as the bus rumbles to a stop.  Her heart skips as sol ...

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Dealing with tourism discount demands

Dealing with tourism discount demands

By Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu In an economy where prices are raising and job wages aren't, tourists are used to getting a discount, and they often do, thanks to AAA, stude ...

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