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The importance of buying local

The importance of buying local

    By Jess Zsiga | gargoyle@flagler.edu I am from the most densely populated county in Florida, and despite the exception of a few blocks of downtown St. Petersburg, Pi ...

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Not defined by the end: Who was Carrie Singer?

Not defined by the end: Who was Carrie Singer?

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu The same girl who spiritedly waved to her mother from the top of a corn silo she had climbed, and the same woman who wanted Christmas ...

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Movement against plastic use reaches St. Augustine

Movement against plastic use reaches St. Augustine

By Kyra Moree | gargoyle@flagler.edu Plastic bans protect the aquatic and environmental assets and are designed to stop the use of non-recyclable plastic items, which have a harmf ...

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American DREAMer hoping to stay put

American DREAMer hoping to stay put

By Adriana Cabezas | gargoyle@flagler.edu At the tender age of 8, Jonathan Orellana left home and traveled alone on a perilous 2,000-mile journey from El Salvador to the U.S.-Mexi ...

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Words hurt: Cody’s take on discrimination

Words hurt: Cody’s take on discrimination

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-wb_JC6InI&t=1s Watch as Flagler College Student, Cody Puckett, details his encounters with racial profiling and discrimination he has faced a ...

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Manatee deaths stemming from frigid waters

Manatee deaths stemming from frigid waters

By Lauren Schroeder | gargoyle@flagler.edu Each year in Florida, manatees are dying from cold stress syndrome due cold winter water temperatures. In Apollo Beach this year, “35 di ...

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A History Unmasked: Part One

A History Unmasked: Part One

This three-part series will be covering my experience as I was able to see the process of archiving history in The Old Governor's House, and most importantly, how that affects his ...

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St. Augustine horse abuse: real or perceived?

St. Augustine horse abuse: real or perceived?

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu Despite changes to St. Augustine regulations, protestors have continued to gather and have come together since the mid-1980s in an att ...

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Communication week kicks off

Communication week kicks off

By Emily Ferguson | gargoyle@flagler.edu College lectures provide students with fundamental education, but sometimes they still long for something not found in a classroom. What i ...

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The lost boys of Jax and their mothers: Maurice Hobbs

The lost boys of Jax and their mothers: Maurice Hobbs

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Maurice Hobbs, an aspiring rapper, was walking down the road with a friend one day in Jan. 2017. He was a junior in high school and a mus ...

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Students gather for vigil in honor of Parkland shooting victims

Students gather for vigil in honor of Parkland shooting victims

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu The amber glow of candlelight flickered against the solemn faces of Flagler College students as they participated in a vigil and silen ...

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New local band takes the spotlight

New local band takes the spotlight

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ja0m7PsSYD4 Salt and Pine is a band new to the St. Augustine music scene. They released their first album, Sinking In, in 2017. They recently won t ...

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Flagler student to cross the country for cancer

Flagler student to cross the country for cancer

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu If not for her father Carl, Haley Kenyon wouldn’t be a runner. A runner for most his life, Carl asked his 12-year-old daughter if she wante ...

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Flagler students protest gun violence in school-wide walk out

Flagler students protest gun violence in school-wide walk out

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu Masses of Flagler College students gathered together today in an organized walk-out to stand against gun violence in light of the rece ...

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Sweetness in the oldest city

Sweetness in the oldest city

Dana Blanton of Sweet City Cupcakes quit her corporate job of 18 years at Publix and started her own small business, taking it from only 12 flavors of cupcakes to more than 60. Th ...

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Project Cold Case hosts 3rd annual Year of Hope event

Project Cold Case hosts 3rd annual Year of Hope event

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu Project Cold Case recently hosted its 3rd annual Year of Hope event in honor of the families who have supported the non-profit’s growt ...

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