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Bringing the gift of dance to children in St. Augustine

By Holly Hearn Many dancers begin their experience in similar ways. They stand as a toddler in a studio on marley flooring as they grip the barres, stickers on their shoes telling their rights from lefts. For Cristina Duncan, it started more untraditionally: With her…




Is Title lX failing students in the United States?

By Quinn Sheehan Title IX is a department that is dedicated to helping students that have been in uncomfortable or discriminating situations. But are they really helping? Throughout the last 50 years of Title IX a lot has changed to help and hurt survivors. When Title…


Student loan forgiveness has students hopeful for debt relief

By Ruthie McBride  In February, President Biden forgave $1.2 billion dollars in loans for people in the United States suffering from debt across the United States. This offered relief for upwards of 150,000 people.  For current college students, the idea of loan forgiveness is welcome…





Fuller Project’s Jodie Enda on Women in Politics and Journalism

By Meoghan Swain Flagler Forum speaker Jodi Enda, Washington Bureau Chief for The Fuller Project, talks with Meoghan Swain of WFCF Flagler College Radio and The Flagler College Gargoyle. Enda is an award-winning journalist who has covered government and politics at every level, focuses on…