By Katie Garwood | email@example.com Some people are addicted to alcohol, some to gambling and some to smoking. But me? I’m addicted to using my phone. And the first step to solving an addiction is admitting you have a problem, so…
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In a town hall meeting Monday, Flagler College President William T. Abare Jr. announced he would retire in June 2017 after serving the college for 45 years — 15 of those years as president.
By Katie Garwood | firstname.lastname@example.org Kassy Guy-Johanessen stood in a Daytona Beach Barnes and Noble three years ago when a well-dressed woman, toting a Vera Bradley bag, approached her. “Ms. Kassy, Ms. Kassy,” the woman called. At first, Guy-Johanessen didn’t…
By Katie Garwood | email@example.com For Alan Woolfolk, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, being “average” isn’t an option for Flagler College. Efforts to strengthen and improve the academic program at the college are part of the…
“So, who wants to shovel the coquina into the hyena cage?”
It had been only a week since they last saw each other, but Bobby squeezed Flagler College sophomore Rachel Singer in a hug for nearly a minute. It was like he hadn’t seen her in years.
I see it everyday. Students rushing into D-Hall with one thing on their mind: Food.
For most college students, having a pair of rain boots isn’t a necessity. But in St. Augustine, for students who aren’t equipped with rain gear, the frequent flooding of streets and sidewalks will prove to be a nuisance.
In an effort to keep more students living on campus, plans for a new 150-bed residence hall are in the works and tentatively slated for fall 2017.