From Sit-Ins to Swim-Ins

By Casey Niebuhr | gargoyle@flagler.edu A day at the beach or a dip in the pool is one of Florida’s great pastimes. However, in 1960s St. Augustine, swimming could have you faced with violent oppression. Before the rise of chain hotels…

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News

From Sit-Ins to Swim-Ins

By Casey Niebuhr | gargoyle@flagler.edu A day at the beach or a dip in the pool is one of Florida’s great pastimes. However, in 1960s St. Augustine, swimming could have you faced with violent oppression. Before the rise of chain hotels…

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Opinion

One-click Activism: Performative Allyship Online

By Jess Zsiga With so many emotionally charged tragedies happening in the past year, it’s natural for communities to cry out for change. Real allyship, or the support of critical social justice or human rights issues by non-marginalized individuals, has…

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Sports

Jaguars staring at another long Sunday at the Bank

By Dustin Fletcher| gargoyle@flagler.edu Sunday, the Jacksonville Jaguars will play the Pittsburgh Steelers which should be another loss for the cats.  Jake Luton will start again for the Jaguars in another game which will see QB Gardner Minshew on the list…

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Arts and Entertainment

Review: ‘Happiest Season’ spreads Christmas cheer

By Erin Brady | gargoyle@flagler.edu When many people think of Christmas, one might think about the standard cheesy romantic comedies that have become synonymous with the holiday. Although these movies have slowly left theaters in favor of streaming services and the…

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