Saturday , 25 November 2017

St. Augustine activists stand with Standing Rock

St. Augustine activists stand with Standing Rock

By Gabrielle Garay | gargoyle@flagler.edu As a new day begins, the sun illuminates North Dakota and the reservation of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, the sixth largest Native Amer ...

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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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Even now, despair after the storm

Even now, despair after the storm

By Lindsay Tahan gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE - Hurricane Matthew not only destroyed homes and businesses, but the aftermath of this hurricane left families including their ...

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Hurricane Matthew: Bakery takes a hard shot

Hurricane Matthew: Bakery takes a hard shot

By Brianna Kurzynowski gargoyle@flagler.edu When Hurricane Matthew hit the city of St. Augustine, it not only destroyed homes it also hit businesses hard. Sherry Stoppelbein, owne ...

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FEMA will remain open until mid-December for storm victims

FEMA will remain open until mid-December for storm victims

By Troy MacNeill gargoyle@flagler.edu The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has teamed up with Florida state agencies to open the FEMA – State Disaster Recovery Center. T ...

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In Matthew’s wake, residents struggle to move on

In Matthew’s wake, residents struggle to move on

By Ariel Thomas gargoyle@flagler.edu Driving through Davis Shores neighborhood post-Hurricane Matthew is jarring. Though the roadways are clear, many homes have piles of destroyed ...

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A ray of sunshine on wheels

A ray of sunshine on wheels

By Jamie Coulson and Jeff Batt | gargoyle@flagler.edu Pass by a Sunshine Bus Co. stop in St. Johns County and chances are you’ll see someone waiting for a ride. And it’s no wonder ...

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Sea level rise: A looming threat

Sea level rise: A looming threat

By Ariel Thomas | gargoyle@flagler.edu Most of downtown St. Augustine and much of the nearby coastline will likely be underwater by the year 2050, according to a three-year study ...

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Education students weigh whether state tenure laws will force them out of state

Education students weigh whether state tenure laws will force them out of state

The fear of losing a job over performance wasn't as big a concern for Florida's teachers in the past. But when the state eliminated tenure for public school teachers in 2011, it l ...

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Through my “Oriental” eyes

Through my “Oriental” eyes

By MJ Jeremiah | gargoyle@flagler.edu I grew up among a sea of trees and Asians in a small neighborhood in Portland, Oregon. Our mother engulfed us in Asian communities as she sea ...

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Oldest City needs to brush up on historical knowledge

Oldest City needs to brush up on historical knowledge

It’s a sunny afternoon during the recent 450th anniversary celebration of the founding of St. Augustine, no clouds in sight and a light breeze is coming off the Intracoastal Water ...

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Top 10 ways to deal with homesickness in college

Top 10 ways to deal with homesickness in college

By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu Graphic by Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu  Skype is your friend: For when calling your parents is just not enough, Skype is a great ...

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Beach residents both welcome, fear arrival of new mega resort

Beach residents both welcome, fear arrival of new mega resort

By Will Sandman | gargoyle@flagler.edu An abandoned hotel that once was an Anastasia Island staple will soon get new life – but many disagree on what that means for the area. The ...

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Ten campus events you should definitely attend

Ten campus events you should definitely attend

  By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu     With the end of the semester swiftly approaching, there's no better way to de-stress/distract yourself from final pro ...

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The Habit: Interview and acoustic session

The Habit: Interview and acoustic session

By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu Local folk-inspired band, The Habit, is gaining traction in the St. Augustine community. With influences like John Mayer & Iron and Wi ...

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Meet the face of the Corner Market

Meet the face of the Corner Market

By Garrett Lemery | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photos by Victoria Gruber Nicole Smith has personal history with St. Augustine and particularly the Lincolnville neighborhood. The store s ...

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