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Student Government Prepares for New Semester

By Casey Niebuhr | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Flagler College Student Government Association (SGA) discussed ways to connect with student during its first open meeting of the semester on Tuesday. Students at the meeting were greeted by SGA public relations chair and vice-chair Alana Caballero Rivera and Jasmine…



All-Female Team of Researchers Observe How Our Natural World is Adapting

By Sydney Gorak Flagler College Science Professor Barbara Blonder’s research investigation with two Flagler students on changes in coastal Gopher Tortoise burrow characteristics was recently published on ScienceDirect. Flagler College Science Professor Barbara Blonder has teamed up with two Flagler students in a research investigation…


New Brunch Bar Shakes Up the Oldest City

By Abby Bittner Brunch spots have grown in popularity in recent years, and St. Augustine is slowly joining in the trend. Most of these cafés, however, do not account for college students, which makes Ancient City Brunch Bar stand out – after all, the baristas…


Sea Level Rising in St. Augustine

By Gracie Gianoukos Coastal sea level rising has drastically affected St. Augustine over the last decade and will continue to do so if citizens do not act on a federal, economical and personal level, according to Flagler College natural science professors. Flagler College Professors Madeleine…


Joyner Day: Presidential Legacy

By Matthew Dutton Flagler College hosted Joyner Day on April 9th, 2021, as a celebration to honor the legacy of Dr. Joseph Joyner and his impact as president of the college. The event was held on the West Lawn and included decorations, activities and a…


Students Find a Way to Cope with COVID-19 Stress

By Michela Weber Through the chaos of a pandemic, a presidential election and incessant social injustice,many have had to figure out how to confront undeniable fear, stress and uncertainty. A large community of people that have felt this burden are college students. A year ago,young…


Flagler Plans to Get Back to Normal in the Fall

By John Decker Flagler College’s COVID-19 task force oversees the school’s response to the pandemic and is working to ensure a safe return to a “normal” on campus fall semester. While Flagler plans a fully, in-person semester with no online classes, no decision has been…


Get to know St. Augustine’s Craft Beer Scene

Maiya Mahoney Let’s face it. It’s time to ditch your Bud Light and Corona and expand your palate. Although, there’s nothing wrong with drinking those staple beers, these St. Augustine craft brews will go down easy without the lime.  The craft beer scene in St….


Flagler College Men’s Basketball Team Makes History

By Madison Sloan This year marks a memorable season for the Flagler College men’s basketball team as they won their way into the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. After winning the Peachbelt Tournament and the South Region Championship, Flagler made its…