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Meet your friendly local meteorologist, Richard Nunn

By Mara Mazar | gargoyle@flagler.edu Richard Nunn describes himself as an “all-American nerd” who has “made being a dork into a long lasting occupation as a meteorologist” on his LinkedIn profile. Delivering weather forecasts with WJXT since 2004, he is always…


FCTV News: Solar City

By Austin Sanchez | gargoyle@flagler.edu A small South Florida community has developed a blueprint for sustainable living. Babcock Ranch president and residents detail what makes the first solar powered city in America unique.


FCTV News: Aphasia

By Austin Sanchez | gargoyle@flagler.edu Over 200,000 Americans suffer from aphasia, a condition which makes communicating following a stroke extremely difficult. Aphasia awareness activist, Tom Broussard, explains the condition with the help of a currently affected family.



Photo story: Jenna Boyter, Electric Chair Tattoo

By Rachel Gibson | gargoyle@flagler.edu Local tattoo artist, Jenna Boyter showcases her talent and friendly personality at Electric Chair in St. Augustine, Florida.“I have always loved tattoos ever since I first saw them as a kid,” Boyter said. “I love…


Creating a more welcoming campus with gender-inclusive housing

By Kelly Magee | gargoyle@flagler.edu When it comes to finding a college that is LGBTQ+ friendly, it is not necessarily about receiving special treatment, but rather finding an institution that teaches acceptance and understanding of all people. With an increase…


Students find ‘family’ in quidditch team

By Hannah Carlsward | gargoyle@flagler.edu What do three hoops, a volleyball, dodgeballs and broomsticks all have in common? You can find them all through the sport of muggle quidditch.   Morgan Cox, a senior and captain of the Flagler College Quidditch team, explains…