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Groceries on a Budget: Tips for Students, from Students

By Kolbe Gelbaugh Managing time and responsibilities can be a difficult thing to navigate as a young adult—add the stress of college courses and you may just have a recipe for disaster. There is one responsibility that’s vital to a…


The Little Guys

Flagler College Gargoyle students who returned home in March because of the the coronavirus continued writing stories in their communities like this story from Archer Lodge, N.C. By Cameron Gurgainus | gargoyle@flagler.edu In the small town of Archer Lodge, N.C., local…


The impacts of sea level rise on America’s Oldest City

By Sabrina Penton As the oldest city in the United States, St. Augustine’s foundation is facing huge threats.  Prone to flooding because of low-lying areas and drainage issues, it doesn’t take much but a light rainfall to cause problems.   “We…


A Room of My Own: What I learned from Virginia Woolf

By Lauren Piskothy | gargoyle@flagler.edu With the bat of an eye I’ve gone from the freedom of independent college living to taking Zoom classes in my childhood bedroom. But, at the very least, I have a room of my own, and…


Local Creatives Adapt During COVID-19

By Maiya Mahoney | gargoyle@flagler.edu A deafening silence looms on St. George Street in St. Augustine, Fla. No guitar melodies flow out of local restaurants. Museums showcasing the history and culture of America’s oldest city remain closed. As the world faces…


Senior Student Athletes React to Cancellation of Season

By Kayla McManama For Morgan Murphy, a senior on Flagler’s softball team, news that the rest of their season had been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic—because of a unique family connection—hit home in an unexpected way. “I started crying because…