Arts & Entertainment

Is success only by chance?

  By Ethan McAlpin| gargoyle@flagler.edu Now that the hype and allure of the Grammy Awards have settled, let’s reassess why so much attention was given to Chicago native and independent hip-hop artist Chance the Rapper. The world watched on TVs, live Facebook streams, and…




Why not hip-hop?

By Ethan McAlpin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Walking the streets of St. Augustine, hip-hop isn’t the first thing you’d hear. But local hip-hop artist and community activist Cash Williams is ready to change that. Beginning the writing process with poetry in school, then…


Welcome to Rockville 2017 Preview

The wait for the 7th annual Welcome to Rockville lineup is over, as the festival has released one of its best in recent memory. This years headlining acts include: Soundgarden and A Perfect Circle on Saturday April 29th with Def…



Being vegan in a meat-eating world

By Jordan Puyear | gargoyle@flagler.edu I looked to my right and saw a friend delightfully enjoying her pizza with no cheese and every veggie topping available, and my friend on the left chomping down on her cheese ravioli with Italian…


World Hunger: College Edition

By Ethan McAlpin | gargoyle@flagler.edu When dining hall depression begins to set in, I think we can all agree that it is time to try some much needed secondary options to keep you energized and eating well while living in a dorm. Tired of the…


Theatre Arts department performs ‘God of Carnage’

By Julie Householder |gargoyle@flagler.edu Moving past interruptions from Hurricane Matthew,  “God of Carnage” hits Flagler College’s stage this week. The Tony award-winning comedy, written by Yasmina Reza and translated by Christopher Hampton, focuses on two parents who meet after a…