Thursday , 21 September 2017

Rebuilding after Matthew

Rebuilding after Matthew

By Max Charles | gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE - St. Augustine was among the hardest hit areas by Hurricane Matthew. Although hurricane tracker maps on weatherunderground.com ...

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Protests – and praise – over Donald Trump’s election

Protests – and praise – over Donald Trump’s election

By Courtney Knudson gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE – Cities across America have seen a backlash since Donald Trump won the presidency. On Monday, leaders of demonstrations in ...

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Medical marijuana supporters get revenge after 2014 snub

Medical marijuana supporters get revenge after 2014 snub

By Max Charles gargoyle@flagler.edu Florida voters have waited to two long years to get another crack at passing a medical marijuana legalization amendment that failed to pass in ...

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Political races draw mixed emotions

Political races draw mixed emotions

By Max Charles and Ariel Thomas| gargoyle@flagler.edu No matter who wins this year’s presidential election, it’s clear that 2016 will be remembered as one of the most politically ...

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Florida leads nation in Zika virus cases

Florida leads nation in Zika virus cases

By Troy MacNeill | gargoyle@flagler.edu The number of Zika virus cases in Florida has risen to 79, the highest of any state in the nation. There has been only one case reported in ...

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Poetic quest for slithering beasts of the Everglades

Poetic quest for slithering beasts of the Everglades

By Lindsay Tahan | gargoyle@flagler.edu To some, the Burmese pythons are slimy, perhaps even terrifying and somewhat mysterious creatures. But to Jack Merwin, they are a thing of ...

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Florida: Sun, fun…and human trafficking

Florida: Sun, fun…and human trafficking

By Shelby Gardiner, Shelby Gillis and Nikki Ross | gargoyle@flagler.edu Officials in Orlando and Miami earlier this week voted to require massage parlors and strip clubs to post s ...

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Same-sex divorces left in dark after midterm elections

Same-sex divorces left in dark after midterm elections

Sally Clark, whose name has been changed because of her ongoing divorce proceedings, never thought that her relationship of 10 years would fall apart only a year after having a ci ...

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City of St. Augustine gears up for 450th celebration

City of St. Augustine gears up for 450th celebration

By Shelby Gillis | gargoyle@flagler.edu While walking through downtown St. Augustine, almost everything you stumble across has a story behind it, most of which stretch all the way ...

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The Black Raven’s pirate ship

The Black Raven’s pirate ship

The Black Raven's pirate ship's crew comes from all walks of life. From former Navy men to worship singers, the ship's notorious crew provides an adventure for everyone on deck. ...

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Where do you fit in at Flagler?

Where do you fit in at Flagler?

The concept of "fitting in" at college has always been tricky. Whether you're a member of the mock trial team, an athlete, a worker, an Student Government Association member, a re ...

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Sell Art Not Humans to raise human trafficking awareness

Sell Art Not Humans to raise human trafficking awareness

Sell Art Not Humans, a silent auction where students, professors and local artists auction off artwork, seeks to raise money for the rehabilitation of human trafficking victims. ...

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Little Miss Sunshine

Little Miss Sunshine

I must be a strange sight as I walk along U.S. 1 wearing business attire and carrying my writing portfolio and resume. I’m searching for one of the multiple used car dealerships t ...

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St. Augustine local competing to study plastic pollution

St. Augustine local competing to study plastic pollution

Adam Morley is happy to talk about bioaccumulation - excited, even. If the build-up of toxic chemicals in organisms from plastic waste wasn't an issue, he'd probably be even happi ...

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Matanzas Riverkeeper protects unique, historic waterway

Matanzas Riverkeeper protects unique, historic waterway

In the time of seafarers, when billowing sails glided across mythical seas, it was St. Augustine's front door and its back. ...

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Goran Ivanovic comes to Café Eleven March 28

Goran Ivanovic comes to Café Eleven March 28

Classical guitar prodigy and Croatia native Goran Ivanovic draws inspiration from jazz, world and Balkan music. ...

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