Arts & Entertainment


“30 Years of 30 Fears: Never Go Alone”

By Julia Corrie On October 14, the Flagler College Campus Activities Board invited students to Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) at Universal Studios Orlando. From 5 p.m. until 2 a.m., the night was filled with excitement and horrors for the attending students. One-night tickets for the…



Native Art Defies the Stereotype at Crisp-Ellert

By Danielle Filjon Totem poles, feathers, and buffalo art, all stereotypical definitions of “native art”. These stereotypical ideas are what Native Art Department International (NADI) set out to change, that ‘Native art’ can be anything, and rise above its stereotypes of what we think of…


Review: ‘Happiest Season’ spreads Christmas cheer

By Erin Brady | gargoyle@flagler.edu When many people think of Christmas, one might think about the standard cheesy romantic comedies that have become synonymous with the holiday. Although these movies have slowly left theaters in favor of streaming services and the Hallmark Movies and Mysteries Channel,…




Yoga is Thriving, and for Reasons Worth Learning

Paige Roman, right, leads Nour Al-Hussayni into a pose after instructing a practice at The Loft, 200 Malaga St. By Kolbe Gelbaugh We’ve all heard of or seen it—hippie, soulful people, beachy vibes and incredible flexibility—if that is your general understanding of yoga, you’re in…



The female gaze and ‘Birds of Prey’

By Lauren Piskothy I walked into the theater a few weeks back, completely indifferent to seeing “Birds of Prey,” but left wanting to see women blow things up more often. I heard so many things about this movie before I saw it, mostly from Twitter…