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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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Instagram versus real life: who defines beauty standards?

Instagram versus real life: who defines beauty standards?

By Rachel Gibson | gargoyle@flagler.edu There is a phrase which goes, 'a picture is worth a thousand words.' A message like that can be quite alarming when it becomes the face of a generation. One of ...

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‘Designathon’ forming connections between art department and the community

‘Designathon’ forming connections between art department and the community

By Abby Bittner | gargoyle@flagler.edu On Nov. 16, students will be working tirelessly for 24 hours, surrounded by editing software and coffee to keep them energized. They're driven by their passion f ...

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Q&A: Jeanette Nuñez, first Cuban-American candidate for Florida lieutenant governor

Q&A: Jeanette Nuñez, first Cuban-American candidate for Florida lieutenant governor

By Lauren Schroeder | gargoyle@flagler.edu Q: What sparked your interest in politics? Nuñez: “It was a little bit of a fluke actually, but I did study political science and international relations as ...

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It’s not “Free 6LACK” anymore – he’s loose

It’s not “Free 6LACK” anymore – he’s loose

By Rory Thompson | gargoyle@flagler.edu 6LACK, an alternative R&B artist, delivered his highly-anticipated sophomore album, “East Atlanta Love Letter” last month, following up his critically-accla ...

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The tale of two Blake Bortles

The tale of two Blake Bortles

By George Daugherty | gargoyle@flagler.edu This season for the Jacksonville Jaguars is a great example of the team’s offensive inconsistency, as well as Blake Bortles’, the team's controversial quarte ...

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Q&A: Environment and immigration might be Gillum’s selling point

Q&A: Environment and immigration might be Gillum’s selling point

By Sarah Smith | gargoyle@flagler.edu Story originally appeared on DeSantis-vs-Gillum.com, a Gargoyle-affiliated website dedicated to covering Florida's 2018 Gubernatorial Election between Ron DeSanti ...

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REVIEW: Fall movie season kicks off with two polar opposites

REVIEW: Fall movie season kicks off with two polar opposites

By Erin Brady | gargoyle@flagler.edu The fall movie season is beginning to heat up, and this time of year is certainly interesting, with both major studio blockbusters and Oscar contenders gracing the ...

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Eight ways to fight classroom anxieties and transition into college

Eight ways to fight classroom anxieties and transition into college

By Casey Niebuhr | gargoyle@flagler.edu I’m sure it’s safe to say the majority of college students have reached the point of the semester where we’re not sure if we’re getting sick, not sure what assi ...

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#YesOn4: A chance to restore rights

#YesOn4: A chance to restore rights

By Faith Wyluda | gargoyle@flagler.edu In November’s general election, Floridians will have the chance to restore voting rights to over 1.4 million people within the state. When a person is convicted ...

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The road less traveled: Why I work with special needs adults

The road less traveled: Why I work with special needs adults

By Caleb Olds | gargoyle@flagler.edu It's no secret – people with mental disabilities are often ignored by society. The average person might be kind to them, but many still do not want to spend any ab ...

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Four ways for transfer students to settle in

Four ways for transfer students to settle in

By Angalyse Keyock | gargoyle@flagler.edu As the fall season approaches, the northern United Stated begins to see a change in color from the leaves before they fall to the ground. However, as the fall ...

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The last straw: Small solution to large problem in the nation’s oldest city

The last straw: Small solution to large problem in the nation’s oldest city

By Barbaraliz Ortiz | gargoyle@flagler.edu The city of St. Augustine has endured 453 years of rich history since its founding in 1565. Plastic straws have been a part of that history for about 48 year ...

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Three things we learned in the Jags season opener

Three things we learned in the Jags season opener

By Dustin Fletcher | gargoyle@flagler.edu Leonard Fournette is the real deal; Yeldon fills in well Leonard Fournette came into the pre-season in great shape and dropped nearly 20 pounds from last seas ...

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