On Campus

Rosie’s angels: A finals tradition

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu For some college students, final exam week is the most stressful week of the semester. This week is marked by back-to-back exams, presentations, projects, and papers, all of which are due during the last couple…



Top 10 ways to eat better in the dorms

By Brianna Kurzynowski Living in the dorms has its perks and disadvantages. One disadvantage, the students living on campus would mostly agree on, would be having to eat the food in dining hall. Flagler College’s student handbook states, all incoming…



Full-time student, part-time author

By Brianna Kurzynowski | gargoyle@flagler.edu Imagine, writing and publishing your own novel before you graduate high school. Allison Struck, junior at Flagler College, did just that. Struck began writing her novel, Love’s Beach, when she was in the sixth grade….


Four-Legged Friends Reduce Stress

By Julie Householder | gargoyle@flagler.edu The pressure of final exams and end of semester chaos was a heavy weight on the shoulders of Elena Mercadante and Megan Williams. That was immediately gone as soon as they began petting Brady. Brady…



PRSSA looks to smash cancer

By Jeff Batt and Montana Samuels | gargoyle@flagler.edu Looking for a fun-filled event to attend in St. Augustine this month? Look no further than the second annual PRSSA Cancer Smash. The event is run by the Flagler College Public Relations…



We Are Flagler: Logan Taylor

  By Heather Seidel | gargoyle@flagler.edu Through both his religious beliefs and his roots in the LGBTQA community, senior Logan Taylor is used to dealing with the misconceptions that surround his identity. To combat the stigmas around him, Logan takes…