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The heart of the nutcracker’s legacy is tradition

By Meoghan Swain Visions of sugarplums have been dancing in our heads for 131 years since The Nutcracker was first performed in Russia in 1892. The beloved Christmas show is more relevant now than ever, despite its age, as it has become the largest money maker…


How social media impacts student’s life in school

By Kendall Younkman More students spend a good amount of time using social media on the phone. There is a high percent of college students using social media in school and it affects their education. College students are immersed in social media in school when…


Battling mental health during finals week

By Katie Hall Whether it is because college students are overwhelmed, overworked or just feeling like they cannot get through the week of tests and major presentations, finals week can be the worst week of the semester.   Many students find it hard to complete tasks…



Burnout at Flagler College

By Zoe Sherman As finals week slowly creeps closer and closer, many college students become victims of burnout or increased levels of stress.  Students across all college campuses may be struggling to keep up with their assignments and obligations as they push toward the end…


Global warming continues to threaten St. Augustine

By Lydia Corbin As the global warming crisis continues to rise, hurricanes and their long-lasting effects are worsening. Coastal towns, like St. Augustine, are suffering the consequences of hurricanes and their subsequent impacts. Although St. Augustine does not always get the brunt of hurricanes from…