Articles by Elisabeth Shirley

Challenges of Being a Student with a Learning Disability

By Elisabeth ShirleyCollege is a new world of responsibilities that involves transitioning from living at home with guidance from family and teachers to acting as an independent adult. For those with learning disabilities, that transition can make it more difficult to succeed in college the…


Flagler Student to Release First Novel

By Elisabeth Shirley Valerie Currie, self-proclaimed prolific creative and activist, is a strategic communications major anticipating graduating this December. Along with graduation, a huge feat alone, she also plans to release her first poetry novel. The Bottle is a poetry book composed of over 130…


Is Veganism the Future?

By Elisabeth ShirleyIn downtown St. Augustine, you might find animal-rights activist group Anonymous for the Voiceless (AV) holding digital screens displaying clips exposing the innerworkings of animal farms and slaughterhouses. AV is a worldwide organization that advocates for animal rights by exposing the cruel truth…