Saturday , 24 February 2018

College graduation: The scariest, most exciting time of our lives

College graduation: The scariest, most exciting time of our lives

By Jared Talbot | gargoyle@flagler.edu As I threw my cap into the air alongside my 176 classmates at my high school graduation, I never felt the overwhelming sense of pride that I ...

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Putting an end to slut-shaming

Putting an end to slut-shaming

Even in 2014, women are still facing the same battles that they've always fought--even with their own gender. ...

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You are threatened and you are a threat

You are threatened and you are a threat

Telisia Espinosa, at 10 years old, has been sexually abused by three men. ...

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Messages and Menaces: My Week of Online Dating

Messages and Menaces: My Week of Online Dating

Online "dating" is more prevalent than ever, but what are you really getting out of a relationship online? Read about Emily Topper's experience on the dating website OkCupid! ...

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Bad Hair Life

Bad Hair Life

Six years later, it's time to tell the truth about my life with trichotillomania. ...

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The friendship between Buddha and Allah

The friendship between Buddha and Allah

By Cassie Colby | gargoyle@flagler.edu I live in a world where I am surrounded by western religions and relics: crosses, “I love Jesus” t-shirts and paintings of well-fed baby ang ...

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Experiences of a Religious Outsider

Experiences of a Religious Outsider

Through by appearance I fit in with the all African American congregation, I’m an outsider in faith. ...

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Grappling with the ‘N-word,’ in all shapes and forms

Grappling with the ‘N-word,’ in all shapes and forms

"Get off the sidewalk nigg*r." ...

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No longer afraid to fall: Lessons in courage and determination

No longer afraid to fall: Lessons in courage and determination

"Please don't fall," I thought to myself as I stepped onto the stage, following all the girls before me. ...

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On the other side of the weight-loss bun

On the other side of the weight-loss bun

By Katy Stang | gargoyle@flagler.edu I remember the day my mother came home furious, with my sister in tow. I had never seen her that mad, and after sending both my sister and me ...

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Gay Marriage: The Civil Rights Movement of the 21st Century

Gay Marriage: The Civil Rights Movement of the 21st Century

By Katie Enright | gargoyle@flagler.edu I was in my sophomore year of high school when my sister called me from her dorm room at the University of Iowa to tell me she had fallen i ...

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Why FEC needs its own mini bistro

Why FEC needs its own mini bistro

By Kristyn Pankiw | gargoyle@flagler.edu It's nice having such a small campus as Flagler College. Everything is located within a block's radius, which makes going to class, visiti ...

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Newt, a social conservative, I don’t think so

Newt, a social conservative, I don’t think so

By Mari Pothier | gargoyle@flagler.edu Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich seems to be playing that typical political game of do as I say not as I do. Despite the fact that he has ...

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Everything’s OK … or at least it’s gonna’ be

Everything’s OK … or at least it’s gonna’ be

By Victoria Hardina | gargoyle@flagler.edu In one week I will be a senior at Flagler College. To be specific, I will be 18 and a senior at Flagler College. Usually I get mixed rea ...

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Smokers: This is your warning

Smokers: This is your warning

By Victoria Hardina | gargoyle@flagler.edu I am not an aggressive person. I rarely raise my voice, and when I do, it is usually out of excitement, not anger. There is one thing th ...

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