Articles by Gargoyle

Groceries on a Budget: Tips for Students, from Students

By Kolbe Gelbaugh Managing time and responsibilities can be a difficult thing to navigate as a young adult—add the stress of college courses and you may just have a recipe for disaster. There is one responsibility that’s vital to a…


A Room of My Own: What I learned from Virginia Woolf

By Lauren Piskothy | gargoyle@flagler.edu With the bat of an eye I’ve gone from the freedom of independent college living to taking Zoom classes in my childhood bedroom. But, at the very least, I have a room of my own, and…


Senior Student Athletes React to Cancellation of Season

By Kayla McManama For Morgan Murphy, a senior on Flagler’s softball team, news that the rest of their season had been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic—because of a unique family connection—hit home in an unexpected way. “I started crying because…






This is a time to be selfless

By Lauren Piskothy At the time I’m writing this, I would have been with my boyfriend in England. In May, my friends and family were supposed to watch me walk across a stage and receive my college diploma. Instead, I…