Signs of the (COVID-19) Times

Photos by Annika Minton As the Covid-19 coronavirus sweeps through Florida and the rest of the country, once-busy tourist destinations like St. Augustine, Florida, that would normally be flooded with spring breakers and other visitors now see empty streets and…

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Coronavirus sends Flagler College online

By Jared Olson As the deadly coronavirus pandemic sweeps into North Florida, with 82 known cases and 3 deaths in St. John’s and Duval Counties as of 11 A.M., Wednesday, Flagler College has declared that classes remain online for the…

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Accepting Change

By Kyra Pooley It was my first time home since my mom’s diagnosis: the doctors said she had a rare form of stage four appendix cancer. I’d never even heard of that. But it’d spread to just about every other…

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News

The Little Guys

Flagler College Gargoyle students who returned home in March because of the the coronavirus continued writing stories in their communities like this story from Archer Lodge, N.C. By Cameron Gurgainus | gargoyle@flagler.edu In the small town of Archer Lodge, N.C., local…

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Opinion

Accepting Change

By Kyra Pooley It was my first time home since my mom’s diagnosis: the doctors said she had a rare form of stage four appendix cancer. I’d never even heard of that. But it’d spread to just about every other…

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Sports

The Uncharted Team

By Cameron Gurgainus | gargoyle@flagler.edu Last year, the Flagler College Surf Team reached new heights with winning second place in the regionals. After competing against all the college teams from the Mid-Atlantic to South Pacific districts, the team has gotten invited…

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