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Two Sophomores Team Up to Make Flagler More Eco-Friendly

By Natalie Shaw Mother Nature shines her appreciative light on Flagler College with the induction of a future group of dedicated environmental scientists. The club’s unofficial title is “Natural Sciences Club.” It will be established at the start of the 2022-23 school year. Working closely…


Homeless, but Not Alone

By Quinn Sheehan  As you drive on U.S. 1 and the corner of King Street in St. Augustine, you may see an older man sitting on the corner with his stroller that carries his life. Sometimes you may see him walking around or just pondering…


Snakes Are a Man’s Best Friend

By Gabby Alfveby There are over 3,000 species of snakes and only 600 are venomous, according to the Viper Specialist Group. But over 51% of the population is still afraid of these creatures. Jeremy Varnadore, the ‘Snake Man’ of Saint Augustine, wants to educate people…


The Litter Gitter: Protecting What We Love

By Mattison Hansen Matanzas Riverkeeper’s Executive Director Jen Lomberk (Left), Captain Mel Longo (Middle), and Outreach Coordinator Lauren Trice (Right) collecting the equipment used on the Litter Gitter to collect trash from the water (Photo by Mattison Hansen). A cot, generator, iron pot, electric bike…



Dingers and Determination: The Anna Dumovich Story

By Jordan Fauci After a solid freshman year in 2019, Anna Dumovich was ready for an even more successful sophomore campaign. However, a simple arm injury turned into the discovery of a strange lump.“I thought I just pulled something. I went to so many doctors…


If The Price Is Right: Compulsive Buying Among College Students

By Mattison Hansen As the pandemic drags on to its third year, college students are growing more concerned about their physical and mental health. A survey by TimelyMD reveals that out of 1,700 students, 54% of respondents were experiencing stress and anxiety of COVID-19’s impact…


A Quick Fix: Unhealthy Coping Mechanisms in Response to Stress

By Julia Corrie College students are put under an overwhelming amount of stress on a regular basis. Whether it be from academic or social pressures, the feelings are sometimes never ending. There are plenty of resources and programs in place on college campuses to manage…