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Hiring during a pandemic: The Colonial Quarter shares struggles

By Maiya Mahoney The 18th century-style Spanish inspired tavern, Taberna del Caballo, is one of the restaurants associated with The Colonial Quarter. The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on many businesses in St. Augustine. With many COVID-19 restrictions and…




Flagler Democrats Reflect on 2020 Presidential Election

By Maiya Mahoney  Former Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Senator Kamala Harris defeated President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in the 2020 Presidential Election. The election results took longer this year because of the high number of…


Jaguars look for a savior in Jake Luton with Minshew out

By Dustin Fletcher| gargoyle@flagler.edu Sunday, the jaguars will play the Houston Texans at home in a divisional game. The Jaguars have been predictably bad, with a decent quarterback. Now, they will turn to a rookie sixth round pick to try to…



Coping with depression, trauma and craziness

By Casey Niebuhr | gargoyle@flagler.edu The past few weeks have been unbearably long. Lately I’ve been experiencing an overwhelming amount of dread, coupled with an increasing immobilization from depression and post-traumatic stress. I’ve fallen behind in my work, I’ve hardly eaten,…


A look inside the St. Augustine Wild Reserve

By Abigail Haynes Soon after moving into a new house with her husband, Lindsay Ehrlich began hearing wolves howl, lions roar and hyenas whoop. Within a week of living there, she reached out to the owner of the St. Augustine…


Castillo de San Marcos Reopens to the Public

By Erin Brady On March 17, one of the premier destinations in St. Augustine was forced to close its doors to the public because of COVID-19. Now, after seven months without visitors, the gates are once again open. The Castillo…


Caring for the homeless, physically and mentally

By Maiya Mahoney Within a matter of two days, Flagler student Serena Milne was able to see firsthand some of the struggles the homeless face on a daily basis.  “I saw a homeless woman pull a bloody paper towel out…