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Phone-centric world can prevent students from having meaningful interactions

Phone-centric world can prevent students from having meaningful interactions

By Abby Bittner | gargoyle@flagler.edu From scrolling mindlessly through Instagram to watching Snapchat stories one after the other, social media has made an impact on society, pa ...

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With newer tech comes more electronic waste

With newer tech comes more electronic waste

By Tejas Badgujar | gargoyle@flagler.edu Shopping has become an inevitable part of our society. The consumption of goods is not only encouraged, but also made necessary to fit in ...

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Sustainable fashion: Clothing can be stylish and eco-friendly

Sustainable fashion: Clothing can be stylish and eco-friendly

By Kelly Magee | gargoyle@flagler.edu It’s no secret that many of the plastic products we use end up in our oceans, but what many people don’t realize is that one of the environme ...

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Developments threaten environmental sanity of Anastasia Island

Developments threaten environmental sanity of Anastasia Island

By Jared Olson | gargoyle@flagler.edu Behind the chain-link fence off State Road 312, hardly a stones-throw away from the Matanzas River, three caterpillar bulldozers amble in the ...

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Flagler community gathers to remember Joshua Alford

Flagler community gathers to remember Joshua Alford

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu Joshua Alford hadn’t even been at Flagler College a full semester, but those who knew him say their lives are better because of him. On Nov ...

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Protesters oppose city’s racism in second Light Up! Night demonstration

Protesters oppose city’s racism in second Light Up! Night demonstration

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Rev. Ron Rawls marched to the Plaza de la Constitucion with a stern expression on his face, fist raised high in the air. Nearly 50 prot ...

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‘Designathon’ forming connections between art department and the community

‘Designathon’ forming connections between art department and the community

By Abby Bittner | gargoyle@flagler.edu On Nov. 16, students will be working tirelessly for 24 hours, surrounded by editing software and coffee to keep them energized. They're driv ...

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Commissioners approve plaza protest ordinance 3-2

Commissioners approve plaza protest ordinance 3-2

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu Update: Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. St. Augustine city commissioners voted Tuesday to approve an ordinance that would bar protest and counte ...

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Some Jacksonville voters experience, discuss voting issues on Election Day

Some Jacksonville voters experience, discuss voting issues on Election Day

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu JACKSONVILLE, Florida — In the state’s too-close-to-call election for governor, every single vote will count. And that’s why Derrick Thomas ...

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Discovering a passion through speaking out against injustice

Discovering a passion through speaking out against injustice

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu For her fourth grade career day, Kimberly Simon, now the regional organizer of the American Civil Liberties Union of Northeast Florida, wen ...

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WFCF to host Rock Block Party for 25th anniversary

WFCF to host Rock Block Party for 25th anniversary

By Dustin Fletcher | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College Radio’s motto is “Radio with a Reason.”And Thursday night, there will be reason to be at the station. On Thursday from 7 ...

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Black history won’t be forgotten: Professor raises money to preserve Zora Neale Hurston House

Black history won’t be forgotten: Professor raises money to preserve Zora Neale Hurston House

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu Johnnie Pasco likes to sit on her creaky wooden porch with a cool drink and watch the cars go by on West King Street. “I don’t have tr ...

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Q&A: Jeanette Nuñez, first Cuban-American candidate for Florida lieutenant governor

Q&A: Jeanette Nuñez, first Cuban-American candidate for Florida lieutenant governor

By Lauren Schroeder | gargoyle@flagler.edu Q: What sparked your interest in politics? Nuñez: “It was a little bit of a fluke actually, but I did study political science and intern ...

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Debate inspires Broward College students to read up, get involved

Debate inspires Broward College students to read up, get involved

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu If weren't for the final gubernatorial debate taking place on his campus at Broward College, Deyonn Daniels may not have been quite as info ...

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Second debate fiery; addresses ‘Hamilton’ to gun control

Second debate fiery; addresses ‘Hamilton’ to gun control

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu Republican Ron DeSantis and Democrat Andrew Gillum picked up where they left off Wednesday in their second and final debate of the Florida ...

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Q&A: Environment and immigration might be Gillum’s selling point

Q&A: Environment and immigration might be Gillum’s selling point

By Sarah Smith | gargoyle@flagler.edu Story originally appeared on DeSantis-vs-Gillum.com, a Gargoyle-affiliated website dedicated to covering Florida's 2018 Gubernatorial Electio ...

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