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Caring for the homeless, physically and mentally

By Maiya Mahoney Within a matter of two days, Flagler student Serena Milne was able to see firsthand some of the struggles the homeless face on a daily basis.  “I saw a homeless woman pull a bloody paper towel out…


Tips on having a college experience during COVID-19

By Casey Niebuhr | gargoyle@flagler.edu My heart goes out for the college freshmen. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has restricted millions of a unique experience that is the first year of college, and this sudden change into the virtual world…


Have You Seen the Muffin Man?

By Erin Lyons The St. Augustine Amphitheater’s farmers market closed in March and vendors are struggling to get through this pandemic. Hugo’s muffins once drew crowds at the Market for his special vegan and gluten-free muffins. Now, he is one…



A Flagler grad like no other

By Annika Minton Not many individuals can say they are both a Vietnam veteran and a Flagler College graduate. One person who can, however, is Michael Isam.  Isam served in the United States Air Force from March 1966 to June…


The Flagler Professor Running for Local Government

By Erin Brady | gargoyle@flagler.edu Many Flagler students know her as their environmental science or marine biology professor. Other students might know her for her casual attire and long dreadlocks. No matter how you know Professor Barbara Blonder, you remember her….


A Flagler Athlete’s Journey in a COVID landscape

By Sydney Gorak | gargoyle@flagler.edu How the Coronavirus is Affecting an International Flagler College Student Amid the Upcoming Golf Season For International Flagler College student, senior Kim Jakobs anxiously waited for months if she would even be allowed to return to…