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Men’s tennis team heading to Peach Belt Conference Tennis Championships

Men’s tennis team heading to Peach Belt Conference Tennis Championships

By Michael Potkay | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Flagler's men's tennis team ended the season Monday, April 11th with back to back victories against No. 45 Florida Tech and No. 15 Geo ...

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Gargoyle wins SPJ Mark of Excellence awards

Gargoyle wins SPJ Mark of Excellence awards

The Gargoyle took second place for Best Independent Online Student Publication in the Society of Professional Journalists 2010 Region 3 Mark of Excellence Awards. In addition, Gar ...

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Locals weigh in on TOMS shoes trend

Locals weigh in on TOMS shoes trend

By Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu For Flagler College junior Joshua Weaver, TOMS shoes are more than casual and comfortable shoes that complete every outfit and represent pers ...

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We Are Never Truly Alone

We Are Never Truly Alone

By Caroline Young | gargoyle@flagler.edu It was the only time in my life I actually thought I wanted to die. I crawled from the bottom bunk in my tiny Georgetown dorm I was sharin ...

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Celebration by night: Seeking imperfection 8 miles from the ‘happiest place on Earth’

Celebration by night: Seeking imperfection 8 miles from the ‘happiest place on Earth’

By Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu Photos by Rob Heinrich We headed west, my boyfriend Rob and I. Southwest to be exact. We meant to head back to Winter Park after enjoying the ...

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Setting it Straight: Saving the Right Whale

Setting it Straight: Saving the Right Whale

Setting it Straight is a radio talk show on Flagler College Radio WFCF, 88.5 FM Radio With a Reason. Every week, Communication major Kelly Gibbs brings in a St. Augustine local to ...

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Setting it Straight: On Biofuel

Setting it Straight: On Biofuel

Setting it Straight is a radio talk show on Flagler College Radio WFCF, 88.5 FM Radio With a Reason. Every week, Communication major Kelly Gibbs brings in a St. Augustine local to ...

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Best Adventures Mystery Minute: Letter to My Grandmother

Best Adventures Mystery Minute: Letter to My Grandmother

By {Joshua Santos} | JSantos@flagler.edu This week I wrote a visual letter for the lady who gave birth to my mother, in honor of Women's History Month. ...

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Future of the M&M Market

Future of the M&M Market

By Gargoyle Online News| gargoyle@flagler.edu Adam Hunt asked citizens, the chief of police and a local business owner on their thoughts about the future of the M&M Market in ...

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Local law enforcement says recent meth bust underscores growing epidemic

Local law enforcement says recent meth bust underscores growing epidemic

By Cal Colgan| jcolgan@flagler.edu Davis Shores is a neighborhood in St. Augustine's city limits littered with the towering-two story complexes and mowed lawns of middle class sub ...

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New Leaf: Chemical-free hair

New Leaf: Chemical-free hair

By Lauren Belcher | cbelcher@flagler.edu Photos by Lauren Belcher It has been over one month since I have washed my hair with traditional shampoo and conditioners. Since starting ...

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Exploring Campus: The Solarium

Exploring Campus: The Solarium

Slideshow:Solarium by the Flagler College Photo Club. By Gena Anderson | ganderson@flagler.edu Many students have an idea of what the mysterious forbidden fourth floor looks like, ...

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Setting it Straight: Flagler Model UN and world events

Setting it Straight: Flagler Model UN and world events

Setting it Straight is a radio talk show on Flagler College Radio WFCF, 88.5 FM Radio With a Reason. Every week, Communication major Kelly Gibbs brings in a St. Augustine local to ...

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New plan shapes Flagler’s academic future

New plan shapes Flagler’s academic future

By Tiffanie Reynolds | gargoyle@flagler.edu A new deaf education lab, renovations to the Chisp-Ellert House and a teaching center are some of the changes students may see on campu ...

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Proposed bill enrages, unites tobacco smokers

Proposed bill enrages, unites tobacco smokers

By Lauren Belcher | cbelcher@flagler.edu A proposed house bill that is meant to clear up language may indirectly affect tobacco smokers in Florida. Walking down St. George Street ...

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Remembering the boy with the lopsided grin

Remembering the boy with the lopsided grin

By Gena Anderson | ganderson@flagler.edu We both saw it at the same time. In that moment we froze trying to process this assault to our eyes. The boy behind the counter looked unm ...

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