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Theater department to perform Chekov’s “Three Sisters”

Theater department to perform Chekov’s “Three Sisters”

Actors in "Three Sisters" rehearse before the curtains open to the public on March 6 at 7:30 p.m.. Photo courtesy: Andrea McCook By Abigail Haynes | gargoyle@flagler.edu Although F ...

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Uptown ice cream shop scooping for local customers

Uptown ice cream shop scooping for local customers

St. Augustine Scoop owner Brent Beckett works in his shop. Photo: Zoe Smolios By Zoe Smolios | gargoyle@flagler.edu When it came to opening his own business, St. Augustine local Br ...

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Recovered from labrum tear, Martello returns for final season

Recovered from labrum tear, Martello returns for final season

Martello steps up to bat at a Flagler baseball game. Photo: Flagler Athletics By Mara Mazar | gargoyle@flagler.edu With any sport comes the possibility of injury. And for baseball players, a torn labr ...

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Seven spots to grab a meal for less than $10

Seven spots to grab a meal for less than $10

St. George Street is home to many eating establishments, many of which are affordable and fit in well with a student's budget. Photo: Hannah Carlswad By Hannah Carlsward | gargoyle@flagler.edu Everyon ...

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FCTV News Episode 2: Homelessness in St. Augustine

FCTV News Episode 2: Homelessness in St. Augustine

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsEp3lfUOVs&feature=youtu.be By Lauren Schroeder | gargoyle@flagler.edu For Mayor Nancy Shaver, the key to solving homelessness in St. Augustine is more affordable ...

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Art department teams up with Textile Guild to cover campus in yarn

Art department teams up with Textile Guild to cover campus in yarn

Yarn covers palm trees nearby Kenan Plaza. Photo: Brenna DeBlasio By Brenna DeBlasio | gargoyle@flagler.edu An explosion of colorful textiles took over Flagler College’s campus in an ac ...

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FCTV News Episode 1: Transcendental Meditation

FCTV News Episode 1: Transcendental Meditation

By Blue McGill | gargoyle@flagler.edu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVHadLLGtXI Regine de Toledo, a certified transcendental meditation teacher in St. Augustine, talks about the mental and physical ...

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The bold lines and bright colors of Noah Cook

The bold lines and bright colors of Noah Cook

One of Cook's latest works. By Jack Coyle | gargoyle@flagler.edu A large, noisy, postal van covered in colorful hand-drawn designs screeches to a halt in the driveway. The once government-owned vehicl ...

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Getting arrested and changing the world with Jason Flores-Williams

Getting arrested and changing the world with Jason Flores-Williams

By Jack Coyle | gargoyle@flagler.edu Jason Flores-Williams thinks that the key to fixing the prison-industrial complex issue could be getting arrested.  “If everybody college- ...

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Community discusses sea level rise strategies

Community discusses sea level rise strategies

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOKFFf1CWtI By Lauren Schroeder and Austin Sanchez | gargoyle@flagler.edu On Jan. 31, the City of St. Augustine held a community resilience workshop to address the issu ...

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Three students create platform for untold stories

Three students create platform for untold stories

By Kate Brennan | gargoyle@flagler.edu As they sit in their living room, surrounded by half-empty water bottles and a brown labrador retriever, Samba Diop, Jack Sladick and Mason Solari coul ...

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Bachelor Bid returns, proceeds to benefit Smile Camp

Bachelor Bid returns, proceeds to benefit Smile Camp

By Abby Bittner | gargoyle@flagler.edu Decorations elegantly dress up the dining hall, men excitedly strut down a stage, and audience members bid money on them for gift cards. These details paint an a ...

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Dog and owner find internet fame by documenting their walks on Facebook

Dog and owner find internet fame by documenting their walks on Facebook

Guen Williams loves on her owner, Gary Williams, as they sit on their front porch. Williams adopted Guen in 2008 and has since been her walking buddy. Their walks have become an experience that the co ...

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Phone-centric world can prevent students from having meaningful interactions

Phone-centric world can prevent students from having meaningful interactions

By Abby Bittner | gargoyle@flagler.edu From scrolling mindlessly through Instagram to watching Snapchat stories one after the other, social media has made an impact on society, particularly through th ...

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With newer tech comes more electronic waste

With newer tech comes more electronic waste

By Tejas Badgujar | gargoyle@flagler.edu Shopping has become an inevitable part of our society. The consumption of goods is not only encouraged, but also made necessary to fit in today’s world. The fr ...

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Sustainable fashion: Clothing can be stylish and eco-friendly

Sustainable fashion: Clothing can be stylish and eco-friendly

By Kelly Magee | gargoyle@flagler.edu It’s no secret that many of the plastic products we use end up in our oceans, but what many people don’t realize is that one of the environment's biggest pollutan ...

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