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Saints Sweep in Sunday Double-Header

By Jordan Fauci The men’s and women’s soccer teams both advance to the Peach Belt Conference semifinals. A scoreless first half forced the women’s team into overdrive as they netted three second-half goals to erase Georgia College’s 1-0 lead. Andrea Fernandez netted 2 goals, leading…



The Design of a Better Future in Haiti

By Danielle Filjon Motivated by the many tragic events and disasters that have shaken the nation of Haiti, Flagler College Assistant Professor Chris Smith has started using his knowledge of graphic design and virtual learning to better the lives of Haitian students looking for marketable…



A Place to Belong on Flagler College’s Campus

By Mattison Hansen Stranded in a foreign location, surrounded by strangers and not knowing what to do, is a nightmare numerous individuals hope never happens to them. This nightmare becomes reality when a student decides to move away from home and create a goal to…


“Get Ready” Flagler College Students

By Mattison Hansen  There is a change in the air, and everyone feels it. By the end of the first week of classes, students at Flagler College looked like a herd of zombies as they felt the effects of returning to campus and having in-person classes. However,…



Worshipping Virtually: St. Cyprian’s Members Tackle Zoom

By Wyatt Parks MARCH – 2020 When the COVID-19 lockdown went into full effect in early 2020, St. Cyprian’s Episcopal Church found itself like most parishes across America trying to figure out how to bring its congregation together. This was a challenge that the historic…


Using the humble oyster to save our shores

By Danielle Filjon Like many coastal areas, St. Augustine is familiar with the sight of eroded shorelines after a major storm. Along with destroying homes, erosion also damages vulnerable ecosystems, leaving every aspect of the coast affected by hurricanes and tropical storms. But a tiny…


A Crime of Opportunity

By: Danielle Filjon In a bustling tourist town, a bike is many residents’ vehicle of choice. Bicycles provide a perfect crime and getaway for many other St. Augustine residents as well. Bike theft is St. Augustine’s most common crime, with bike thefts reported 1-3 times…