By Cari Holland A high school to college plot clichÃ© is revisited although comically refreshed.The seen-before teen movie syndrome is remedied only with literal jokes and clumsy humor in the summer’s teen-flick “Accepted.”
Arts & Entertainment
Photo by Andrea Huls Tina Greene has four paintings on display at Gurell Galleries. The exhibit ends Oct. 7. Tina Greene’s artwork displayed at Gurell Gallery By Ashley Emert Tina Greene was on the other side of the country when she found out that her…
By Kelsey May Last year, sophomore Nate Schindler, and his mother, Yvette, were considering opening a vegan restaurant when they stumbled upon a raw foodist at a vegan dinner party.
Flagler’s Legacy to exhibit art by students at First Friday Art Walks By Cori Brown These days, in a city already known for its culture and artistic flair, you can find more and more Flagler student artwork in local galleries and on exhibit, especially since…
By Megan Dassuncao Flagler students might actually have a reason to stick around on the weekends this year. The college has created a Campus Activities Board so students will have more campus events to participate in both day and night.
Cheap thrills for under $20 By Kristin Chambers People flock to St. Augustine from all parts of the world to see historical sites, visit the beaches and basically relax. It’s great … for a while. But then you can’t help but think to yourself, “Man,…
PHOTO CAPTION: Baylor, played by Kevin McNeal, confronts Mike, played by Craig Walsh (not pictured), about the American flag wrapped around the riffle.
By Bill Weedmark
Photo by Glenn Judah
The Flagler College Theatre Department will debut its Summer Theatre Production, Sam Shephard’s A Lie of the Mind, on Friday, June 15, in the Flagler College Auditorium.
The production, directed by Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts Andrea McCook, will be performed from June 15-17, at 7:30 p.m., and on Sunday, June 18, at 2 p.m., in the Flagler College Auditorium. Tickets are $8 for general admission and will be available at the door one hour prior to the show.
One writer explores the concept of television as the new ‘watercooler’
By Chelsea Parker
So, we all live, learn, work and play in St. Augustine. It’s a great little city. It has charm and history, the beach right down the street and a “big city” not too far north. All in all there’s a lot of diversity and opportunity to do fun, interesting and exciting things. Unfortunately, the life of a college student usually means the money situation is less then desirable, which also cuts back on one’s driving potential. My friends and I have seen all the movies out, we’ve danced at all the Jacksonville clubs, we’ve checked out all the local bars and restaurants, but mostly we’ve walked and biked around every square inch of downtown.
Acting I show aims parody at college culture with spoof of SNL By Dylan Thomas Is the stress of the approaching finals week stressing you out? Why not take a break from studying for a few hours and attend Acting I’s class performance entitled “Tuesday…
Fine Art major brings art to life at school and at home By Sharon Bell Photo by Glenn Judah PHOTO CAPTION: Dana Dempsey works on her next work at her home. Walking past the house on the corner of Riberia and Carrera Streets, one could…