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Brother and sister excelling for Flagler’s soccer teams

Brother and sister excelling for Flagler’s soccer teams

By Jaycob Ammerman | gargoyle@flagler.eduSibling Flagler College men and women's soccer players Cameron and Brittany Will's life has always revolved around soccer. Cameron and Bri ...

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Despite misconceptions, survey promotes class improvement

Despite misconceptions, survey promotes class improvement

By Alex Bonus | gargoyle@flagler.edu Senior Kia Miller suffered the basic college nightmare last year — a boring professor, a semester-long class and a daily reason to refuse roll ...

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Arroz con leche: The last meal I made for my mom

Arroz con leche: The last meal I made for my mom

By Gorge Gallardo | gargoyle@flagler.edu  "Mrs. Gallardo, you have breast cancer ..." ...

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Flagler continues strong defense, great offense

Flagler continues strong defense, great offense

By Jeremy Petty | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler Colleges men's soccer team completed their 13th game on Thursday night when they defeated Saint Xavier, 7-1. Zach Shanahan scored tw ...

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Occupy Jacksonville

Occupy Jacksonville

By Joshua Santos | gargoyle@flagler.edu Hundreds gathered at Hemming Park in downtown Jacksonville FL, sporting handmade signs, costumes, and a message to Wall Street. ...

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Mister Heavenly comes to St. Augustine Nov. 8

Mister Heavenly comes to St. Augustine Nov. 8

By Ryan Buffa | gargoyle@flagler.edu Mister Heavenly will be playing at Café 11 on Nov. 8 on their tour for their new album, "Out of love." ...

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Harvest of Hope Foundation moving forward, president says

Harvest of Hope Foundation moving forward, president says

By Emily Hoover| ehoover@flagler.edu For Phil Kellerman, president of the Gainesville-based Harvest of Hope Foundation, philanthropy runs in the family. After his grandmother Hele ...

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Flagler students speak out on dietary supplements

Flagler students speak out on dietary supplements

By Amber James | gargoyle@flagler.edu Three martial art styles, numerous Cross-Fit routines and one broken foot later, Carly Lupo is a fighter. The psychology major trains mixed m ...

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Study: Oral cancers on rise due to HPV

Study: Oral cancers on rise due to HPV

By Ryan Buffa | gargoyle@flagler.edu Many Flagler College students are reconsidering human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines due to the growing number of head and neck cancers in the ...

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St. Augustine strives for fresh face on history

St. Augustine strives for fresh face on history

By Tiffanie Reynolds| gargoyle@flagler.edu Historic Downtown St. Augustine will now get much needed restoration under the management of University of Florida. The university was s ...

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Local haunt embodies gore, terror, lots of love

Local haunt embodies gore, terror, lots of love

By Alex Bonus Dried blood spatters the face and arms of 9-year-old Lydia Uhlar. A jagged scar rips across her cheeks and lips, molding her mild grimace into a gruesome smile.  Wh ...

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Volleyball head coach excelling at Flagler for 13 years

Volleyball head coach excelling at Flagler for 13 years

By Jeffrey Howard | gargoyle@flagler.edu When a fan attends a Flagler College Volleyball game there are two things that they always expect to see, the saints winning the game and ...

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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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