Wednesday , 26 September 2018

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Going outside to look inward: A naturalist’s experience with nature therapy

Going outside to look inward: A naturalist’s experience with nature therapy

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu https://youtu.be/ZxfpXwPWYzw Imagine getting a prescription but instead of a medication it says ‘sunshine and fresh air.’ Ayolane Halusky is the naturalist fo ...

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Surviving near fatal anxiety: A personal essay

Surviving near fatal anxiety: A personal essay

By Nora Heyser | gargoyle@flagler.edu When people pass by the scene of a car accident, there are a few moments of time in which you are suspended, by both empathy and fear, visual elements taking over ...

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Renda Writer: The artist who paints love

Renda Writer: The artist who paints love

Listen On SoundCloud By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Renda Writer paints love - over and over again. One of his first murals, spray-painted in Wynwood Art District in Miami, Florida, feature ...

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A History Unmasked: Part Two

A History Unmasked: Part Two

This three-part series will be covering my experience as I was able to see the process of archiving history in The Old Governor’s House, and most importantly, how that affects historic St. Augustine a ...

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Head Coach David Barnett remains humble despite 900 win milestone

Head Coach David Barnett remains humble despite 900 win milestone

By Jared Talbot | gargoyle@flagler.edu Now a month removed from his historic milestone, Dave Barnett just keeps on going. In their game against Florida Tech on Feb. 22, he recorded his 900th victory a ...

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Sara Davis reflects on record-breaking Flagler volleyball season

Sara Davis reflects on record-breaking Flagler volleyball season

By Jared Talbot | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Flagler College women’s volleyball team had an historic run this past fall. They finished their season with an impressive 27-4 mark, which included a run to ...

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A History Unmasked: Part One

A History Unmasked: Part One

This three-part series will be covering my experience as I was able to see the process of archiving history in The Old Governor's House, and most importantly, how that affects historic St. Augustine a ...

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Communication week kicks off

Communication week kicks off

By Emily Ferguson | gargoyle@flagler.edu College lectures provide students with fundamental education, but sometimes they still long for something not found in a classroom. What if there was a way to ...

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The lost boys of Jax and their mothers: Maurice Hobbs

The lost boys of Jax and their mothers: Maurice Hobbs

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Maurice Hobbs, an aspiring rapper, was walking down the road with a friend one day in Jan. 2017. He was a junior in high school and a musician on the rise in ...

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Refugee Stories: Dreaming of More

Refugee Stories: Dreaming of More

Juan Calderon and his family were forced to flee their country of Colombia to escape violence and death. Now in South Florida, they are using the power of business to rebuild their lives.   ...

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New local band takes the spotlight

New local band takes the spotlight

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ja0m7PsSYD4 Salt and Pine is a band new to the St. Augustine music scene. They released their first album, Sinking In, in 2017. They recently won the award for Best New ...

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Sweetness in the oldest city

Sweetness in the oldest city

Dana Blanton of Sweet City Cupcakes quit her corporate job of 18 years at Publix and started her own small business, taking it from only 12 flavors of cupcakes to more than 60. They are thriving in St ...

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Varroa destructor lives up to its name

Varroa destructor lives up to its name

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu Varroa destructor may sound like a bad guy from the latest hero movie, but it's actually a whole different type of villain.  It’s the Varroa Mite. This type o ...

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British Dark Comedy “Progress” coming to Flagler College Auditorium

British Dark Comedy “Progress” coming to Flagler College Auditorium

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6DhFJ-JM4U The Flagler College Theatre Arts Department is bringing "Progress" to the main stage this week. Directed by Britton Corry, "Progress" is a dark comedy set i ...

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Flagler College Theater to put on classic show ‘Medea’

Flagler College Theater to put on classic show ‘Medea’

By Jared Talbot | gargoyle@flagler.edu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YU7TMNTmYo8 In late March, the Flagler College theatre department will be putting on the classic Greek play known as 'Medea.' The ...

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Bees provide more than honey

Bees provide more than honey

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxwD6yO0_j4 Bo Sterk is a local beekeeper and president of the St. Johns County Beekeeping Association. He is also involved in ...

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