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St. Augustine serves as newest canvas for NYC artist

St. Augustine serves as newest canvas for NYC artist

By Caroline Young gargoyle@flagler.edu Photographs by Phillip C. Sunkel IV Hot pink leopard curtains hang in one window and bohemian green fixtures dress the other. Bright paintin ...

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Starving to be skinny: College women fight eating disorders

Starving to be skinny: College women fight eating disorders

By Caroline Young | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler junior Allie Martin* starting starving herself a little over a year ago. Typically, half of an apple was her biggest meal of the d ...

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Citizens and snowbirds team up with Marineland’s scientists to save endangered species

Citizens and snowbirds team up with Marineland’s scientists to save endangered species

By Caroline Young | gargoyle@flagler.edu Canadians Sharon and Basil Gribbon were dedicated to helping save whales long before the 2-year-old endangered North Atlantic right whale ...

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Guide carves niche out of telling 400 years of black history

Guide carves niche out of telling 400 years of black history

By Cal Colgan | jcolgan@flagler.edu Howard Lewis is frustrated that while the city of St. Augustine has started to recognize the importance of the civil rights movement in shaping ...

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Boy plays Santa to Orlando Children’s Hospital

Boy plays Santa to Orlando Children’s Hospital

By Brittany Hall | gargoyle@flagler.edu Dec. 20 is the day that 10-year-old Tyler Youtz has been looking forward to all year. While most fifth graders would consider a birthday or ...

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Stripping the stereotypes: Local yogi divulges truth about the practice

Stripping the stereotypes: Local yogi divulges truth about the practice

By Caroline Young | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photos by Evelyn Seiler Photos contributed by Christopher Baxter St. Augustine local Christopher Baxter turned to yoga in 1971 to take the ...

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Former Flagler student talks about Marine life in Afghanistan

Former Flagler student talks about Marine life in Afghanistan

By Cal Colgan | jcolgan@flagler.edu Last year, Zack Thomas Paull traded in his textbooks for camouflage and joined the United States Marine Corps. After Paull's unit, the Second B ...

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Flagler Model UN coming to fruition

Flagler Model UN coming to fruition

By Kelly Gibbs | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler students Patrick Ferguson and Natalia Andino, president and vice present of the Flagler Model UN, were all smiles when they sat down ...

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Flagler College is ahead of the curve; bans “synthetic marijuana”

Flagler College is ahead of the curve; bans “synthetic marijuana”

By Amber Jurgensen | gargoyle@flagler.edu A new policy regarding nonprescription and illegal drugs at Flagler College bans the use or possession of synthetic marijuana, which coul ...

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Stats show St. Johns takes the lead in education

Stats show St. Johns takes the lead in education

By Caroline Young | cyoung1@flagler.edu St. John's County superintendent Joseph Joyner said it is near impossible to compare the U.S.'s educational success with the rest of the wo ...

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Students struggle with debt, cost of living

Students struggle with debt, cost of living

By Cal Colgan | jcolgan@flagler.edu Photos by Cal Colgan Sitting in his bare living room without a couch, Jay Bergstrom said he can't afford things like furniture until he pays of ...

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Women reveal perks and pains of birth control

Women reveal perks and pains of birth control

By Caroline Young | cyoung1@flagler.edu Photos by Philip C. Sunkel IV Senior Maghan Katrick is reminded of her tumors every day by the scar on her chest. She had three of them rem ...

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The Balancing Act

The Balancing Act

Dealing with Stress in the Middle of College Chaos By Caroline Young | cyoung1@flagler.edu Photo by Ashley Muller Sophomore PJ Mistry strives to relieve stress in the midst of her ...

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Photos: Move-In Day 2010

Photos: Move-In Day 2010

From Staff | gargoyle@flagler.edu This weekend, Flagler welcomed the class of 2014 to the dorms. At 8 a.m. Saturday more than 800 freshmen and their parents began unloading boxes ...

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SIFE Blog: Summer Project Update

SIFE Blog: Summer Project Update

By Victoria Van Arnam | SIFEMedia@flagler.edu Shelia Acharya working with a Nepalese woman in a language lab. This month Flagler SIFE has been busy working on the Suruwat Refugee ...

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Health Care 101: What you may not know about Health Care Reform

Health Care 101: What you may not know about Health Care Reform

By Gargoyle Staff | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo Illustration by Gena Anderson With the Health Care Reform circus going on in Washington, we decided to find what matters to Flagler ...

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