Thursday , 25 May 2017

Tried, tested and true: For one minister, faith transcends sexuality

Tried, tested and true: For one minister, faith transcends sexuality

By Gabrielle Garay | gargoyle@flagler.edu Regina Jackson felt a call in her life 15 years ago. At first, it was a low whisper that grew louder and louder. The unshakeable feeling ...

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Jacksonville’s stubborn fight over LGBT rights

Jacksonville’s stubborn fight over LGBT rights

By Alanna O’Rourke and Shelby Gillis| gargoyle@flagler.edu Jacksonville is most populous city in Florida. It spans more than 874 square miles, making it the largest city by area i ...

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Changing lives through yoga

Changing lives through yoga

By Taylor Bush and Susan Boswell | gargoyle@flagler.edu Prisons, rehabs and juvenile detention centers are not typical classroom settings for the breathing, stretching and meditat ...

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Childhood cancer survivor spearheads fundraiser to give back

Childhood cancer survivor spearheads fundraiser to give back

Although Sophomore Cassandra Honour overcame leukemia as a toddler, her life was permanently changed when doctors couldn't diagnose her illness in 2004. ...

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The Santa Claus of Skateboarding

The Santa Claus of Skateboarding

Bodie Walker doesn't believe he's the Santa Claus of skateboarding, but skaters in St. Augustine beg to differ. ...

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Finding direction, passion through internships

Finding direction, passion through internships

Waking up at 3 a.m. should never be on top of anyone’s to-do list—and neither should being enrolled in 18 credit hours. However, as an intern for WJXT-Channel 4 news, a student at ...

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Florida Country Superfest heralds new music scene

Florida Country Superfest heralds new music scene

By Connor Hayes | gargoyle@flagler.edu With the smell of sod, Bud Light Platinum and sweat fresh on everyone's booths and clothes, Jacksonville's inaugural Florida Country Superfe ...

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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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One Spark acts as venue for independent projects

One Spark acts as venue for independent projects

With One Spark well underway, Flagler students are joining the action to gain awareness and funding for their own cause. ...

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Jacksonville artist Keith Haring’s Ghost talks race relations, gun rights

Jacksonville artist Keith Haring’s Ghost talks race relations, gun rights

Jacksonville-based graffiti artist Keith Haring's Ghost was unmasked and arrested on Tuesday, March 18. Ghost has become known in recent months for illegally painting social and p ...

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Ancient City Stories Bringing Light to St. Augustine Locals

Ancient City Stories Bringing Light to St. Augustine Locals

St. Augustine and some of its residents can prove to be very quirky and interesting people. Ancient City Stories is a new series first aired early this October produced by Flagler ...

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HIV positive: Many still struggling with ‘forgotten’ virus

HIV positive: Many still struggling with ‘forgotten’ virus

Last October, Antonio Forte celebrated his birthday at Universal in Orlando. After getting off a roller coaster, he began throwing up blood. ...

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The art of burlesque

The art of burlesque

By Sarah Jackson | gargoyle@flagler.edu Angelea Sakai, better known as "Midieval Fantasy," has no reservation about shocking her audience with the unexpected. ...

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Film panel offers advice at Flagler’s COM Week

Film panel offers advice at Flagler’s COM Week

By Matthew Goodman | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College's recent Communication Week featured a film panel from the Jacksonville area that provided a reality check for students i ...

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The show must go on: Ringling Bros. Circus protested in Jacksonville

The show must go on: Ringling Bros. Circus protested in Jacksonville

By Sarah Williamson | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photos by Sarah Williamson Nearly 50 animal rights activists greeted circus goers this past weekend in protest of the Ringling Brothers ...

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Farm cultivates new life for disabled veterans

Farm cultivates new life for disabled veterans

By Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu Photos by Robert H. Heinrich Down a long dirt road on the border of Duval and Clay counties, where the open air is clean and the sun just beg ...

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