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The Small Businesses of Flagler College

By Elisabeth Shirley People come from near and far to see what the city of St. Augustine has to offer, including the many independently owned businesses that each have something unique for their customers. Within the community, Flagler College students show no limits in their…


Creating the Vert Scene in St. Augustine

The Datil Pepper Vert Ramp brings the skateboarding community together By Maiya Mahoney  A math teacher at Murray Middle School and youth minister with Young Life, Brennan Gagnon is hoping to create a positive vert skate scene with The Datil Pepper Vert Ramp. “For me,…


Apathy within College Students

By Gwen Nowaczyk You can see it on the internet and hear it from professors, about how apathetic or “lazy” this college generation is. They speak about how we play on our phones all day, rotting our brains to mush and wasting our time with social…


From Sit-Ins to Swim-Ins

By Casey Niebuhr | gargoyle@flagler.edu A day at the beach or a dip in the pool is one of Florida’s great pastimes. However, in 1960s St. Augustine, swimming could have you faced with violent oppression. Before the rise of chain hotels dominated American skylines, local inns…




Native Art Defies the Stereotype at Crisp-Ellert

By Danielle Filjon Totem poles, feathers, and buffalo art, all stereotypical definitions of “native art”. These stereotypical ideas are what Native Art Department International (NADI) set out to change, that ‘Native art’ can be anything, and rise above its stereotypes of what we think of…



Phi Alpha’s Local Efforts Amid COVID-19

By Sydney Gorak Flagler College Phi Alpha Omega Executive Floor of Representatives. Photo by Phi Alpha Omega COVID-19 has altered the ways in which individuals can give back to the local community, whether it be virtually through a donation or helping out in person. For…