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The Legacy Behind President Joyner

By Makayla O’Connor The 2020-2021 school year is quickly coming to an end with the feeling that it just began lingering in the air. With that means retirement is quickly approaching for Flagler College President, Dr. Joseph Joyner, who reflects on the ups and downs…


A Vegetarian Food Journey Through St. Augustine

Veggin in St. Augustine by Jennifer Jordan showcases vegetarian recipes from St. Augustine’s restaurants, food trucks, and bed and breakfasts. By Maiya Mahoney Venturing through the cobblestone, historic streets of St. Augustine, Jennifer Jordan takes readers on a visual food journey in her new book…


COVID-19 and Physical Health of Flagler Students

By Gwendolyn Nowaczyk During this past year with the pandemic, I helped lead an independent research study about the impact that COVID-19 has had on Flagler College students’ health, specifically juniors and seniors. We decided to do this study because the pandemic is something that…


Eco Tourism’s Impact on the Oldest City

By Danielle Filjon “I knew that I had to do something because if nobody did anything, St. Augustine would be lost,” said Zach McKenna of St. Augustine Eco Tours. Mckenna, a Flagler College alumni, is a boat captain, tour guide, kayak guide, researcher, and a…


Flagler College Admission Office Has New COVID-19 Protocols

By John Decker Due to COVID-19, Flagler College’s Admission Office at Hanke Hall, 63 Cordova St., is taking on new ways to give campus tours to prospective students. The Admissions Office is working hard to ensure that guests feel safe while they are touring campus…


P.L.A.N.T.-ing Change at Diversity and Inclusion Week

By Wyatt Parks When the George Floyd protests began in the city of Minneapolis, Minn. during the summer of 2020, many Americans were at home. As the COVID-19 pandemic swept through the country, many people found themselves transfixed as videos struck the internet and news…


Studying Abroad and the Pandemic

By Gwendolyn Nowaczyk The pandemic started while I was halfway across the world, completing a study abroad in Austria at the Management Center of Innsbruck. I just arrived home to the United States when I received an urgent email from Flagler College telling me to…



A True Legacy

By Megan Bradish With his retirement approaching soon, Flagler College President Dr. Joseph Joyner has found himself reflecting back on his four years at the college. “It has been a great personal experience for me,” said Dr. Joyner. “I’ve learned a lot in four years…