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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…




College Internships: Global Pandemic Edition

By Maiya Mahoney Ty Orloski, a Hospitality and Tourism major, interns with Flagler College as the Special Events Intern during COVID. Photo submitted by Ty Orloski. Finding an internship is stressful enough for college students. Throw a global pandemic into the internship process and the…



Deaf artist bridges sign language and art for the abled

By Elysse DaVega “It’s not very well-made,” said Quinn West, grinning down at their first photography book, displaying black-and-white photos desperately bound in a half-inch black binder. “For a lot of us in class, it was our first time making a book.” They leafed through…



COVID-19’s impact on the college workplace

By Matthew Dutton Zoom meetings, mask mandates and social distancing are all concepts that employees of Flagler College have become accustomed to this semester. The workplace at Flagler looks different to those that expected the normal face-to-face interaction. Tarra Crutcher, a sophomore at Flagler, started…