Student harassment raises security concerns

By Nicole Goyette

Flagler College security is looking into reports of a white male in his mid 20s driving a grey Buick around campus and making unwelcome advances toward female students.

Registering to Vote Step 1: Click ‘Register to Vote’ in red Step 2: If you’re using a Flagler-owned computer, click ‘Non-Pop-Up Version’ Step 3: Choose your state Step 4: Fill out the information and submit It might take a few weeks to…

City feels parking pinch

Graphic By Carina Hayes

Flagler students hoping to rely on street parking this semester will need to re-think their plans. The City of St. Augustine will implement a new parking program around Flagler College limiting on-street parking to city residents only.

Alcohol bust results in fifteen arrests

Students’ party raises questions about underage drinking and college’s alcohol policy By Adrienne Sakyi When police busted a party on the island the first weekend of the school year, they arrested 15 Flagler students — the three residents for throwing…

COM department will move to FEC

From Staff Flagler College’s communication department will be relocating to the newly purchased Florida East Coast Industries headquarters on Malaga Street. According to Dr. Tracy Halcomb, chair of the Communication Department, this will greatly increase their physical capabillities. President William…

Growth may result in tuition increase

By Kimberly Hosey Tuition rates will continue to rise due to the recent growth of the college, according to President William T. Abare, Jr. “Tuition will go up and probably will continue to go up; there is no doubt about…

Intern supervisor aims for county school board

By Kimberly Hosey If Bill Mignon, Flagler College educational intern supervisor wins the election for the district 3 seat for the St. Johns County School Board this November he plans to continue in his position at Flagler, saying that one…

Ask the Gargoyle

Why aren’t textbook lists published online? By Andrew Sherwood The book lists at Flagler College are incomplete until the start of the semester and students do not get their final class schedules before the semester begins.

Where does it all go?

Photo by Andrea Huls

By Tom Iacuzio

Online poker, a work-study program and money saved from a summer job are what allow junior Sean Boshard to survive the rising cost of being a college student. “I do what I have to do,” Boshard said. “Sometimes it’s all about the hustle.”