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CPAC: Sen. Ted Cruz’s 10 elements for GOP success

CPAC: Sen. Ted Cruz’s 10 elements for GOP success

Sen. Ted Cruz opened up CPAC 2014 with what many saw as an invigorating speech for conservatives filled with a sense of urgency and a plan to gain GOP momentum going into upcoming ...

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Sports Spotlight: Jake Brandenberger

Sports Spotlight: Jake Brandenberger

Every team has that one special player. For the Flagler Saints baseball team, that player is Jake Brandenberger. Currently entering the fourth and final year of his Saints career, ...

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Lincolnville resident represents lost community

Lincolnville resident represents lost community

Sitting around with the older black men who congregate on the corner of South Street and hearing their stories makes you realize that the neighborhood was once a different place. ...

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In the midst of confusion: student and faculty concerns

In the midst of confusion: student and faculty concerns

Stop almost anywhere on campus and the news about misreported data will certainly come up. While a good amount of students find it confusing and easier not to worry about, many ha ...

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Students voice concerns, questions at president’s address

Students voice concerns, questions at president’s address

Though students piled into Lewis Auditorium for President William Abare's speech, many were left with more questions than answers. ...

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Life beyond the smartphone: Finding digital peace of mind

Life beyond the smartphone: Finding digital peace of mind

I am a child of Martin Cooper. If the name doesn't ring a bell (pun very intended), Cooper was the inventor of the first commercially available cell phone, the Motorola DynaTAC 80 ...

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Fear to report rape rampant on college campuses

Fear to report rape rampant on college campuses

Caitlin Rodgers*, then a student at Christopher Newport University, felt comfortable around the man that her friend brought to their sorority formal that night. When she was locke ...

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Ten Alternative Valentine’s Day Ideas

Ten Alternative Valentine’s Day Ideas

Going solo this Valentine's Day? No worries. We have ten ideas on how to have the best Alternative Valentine's Day possible. ...

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Inside Eastern Medicine

Inside Eastern Medicine

By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu Dr. Steven Shomo gives an insiders perspective on the benefits of eastern medicine. ...

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Flagler College professor paddles 1,515 miles, sets record

Flagler College professor paddles 1,515 miles, sets record

An overgrown burial ground forty miles from civilization was not the most auspicious spot to meet a soon-to-be record-holder. ...

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Top 10 Places To Run in St. Augustine

Top 10 Places To Run in St. Augustine

Much of St. Augustine's beauty is found downtown, but that's all most people ever see. ...

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St. Augustine’s travelers: The things they carry

St. Augustine’s travelers: The things they carry

On Washington Street in St. Augustine, men and women sit outside the St. Francis House. They sit close to the things they carry, in fear that they can quickly be taken away. ...

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Unaffected Vision: Free to see beautiful, opens Friday at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum

Unaffected Vision: Free to see beautiful, opens Friday at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum

This First Friday Art Walk, eight students from The Arc of St. John's will share a piece of their lives through photography. The show, Unaffected Vision: Free to see beautiful, is ...

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Why I dive: Reclaiming food’s value and joy

Why I dive: Reclaiming food’s value and joy

It's hard to see the value in food when you walk past aisles and aisles of it. The overwhelming volume of boxed, canned and processed items strip food of its value. There is more ...

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Interim Director brings new vision to St. Francis House

Interim Director brings new vision to St. Francis House

The desk that Judy Dembowski occupies at the St. Francis House is new to her. In a few short weeks, however, she has made it her own, down to her characteristic coffee mug. ...

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State Road 313 threatens St. Augustine’s Twelve Mile Swamp

State Road 313 threatens St. Augustine’s Twelve Mile Swamp

A few miles northwest of Downtown St. Augustine is a pond shaped like a tear. If the Florida Department of Transportation gets their way, it will be sliced in half by a six-lane h ...

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