On Campus

Ponce Hall dorm renovations have begun

Fixing the showers and AC are just the beginning for the girls dorm By Rachel Manring Photo by Charlotte Cudd Students in Ponce Hall like Jacqueline Malambri have had trouble with water pressure all semester. Many Ponce residents are experiencing unusual showering conditions this term….

Has student E-mail to professors gone too far?

By Kara Pound National attention has focused on a growing trend of students E-mailing their professors excessively and with inappropriate content. Faculty at Flagler College agree that this technology has opened a form of communication that does two things — makes them accessible and makes…

SGA board announced

By Brittany Hackett, Kathleen Holland, Katie Shepard & Bailey Toombs Photo by Florian Boyce PHOTO CAPTION: From left to right, President Ellie Baggett, Treasurer Chris Cadiz, Secretary Richard Harris and Vice President Brandon Collins are the 2006-2007 SGA Executive Board. President Ellie Baggett Ellie Baggett,…

Students to compete for Miss Florida

Minch and Leaf prove there’s more to pageants than beauty By Kimberly Hosey Photo Contributed PHOTO CAPTION: Jessica Minch, the reigning Miss River City Jacksonville, will compete along side senior Sherri Leaf in the Miss Florida this July. When some people think of a “beauty…

Wilson resigning to return to health care administration

By Adam Ehrenberg Photo by Charlotte Cudd Dr. Max Wilson, the department chair of Social and Behavioral Sciences and a popular sociology professor, will be leaving at the end of this semester after 9 years at Flagler — four of those as department chair. Because…

Johnson taking sabbatical to finish research on books

Dr. Timothy Johnson Dr. Timothy Johnson, associate professor of Religion and chairman of the Liberal Studies Department at Flagler College, will be taking a sabbatical at the Franciscan Institute at St. Bonaventure University for the fall semester.

Vanden Houten to research the Holocaust

By Adam Brod Flagler College professor Art Vanden Houten has been invited to take part in a seminar at the The National Holocaust Museum in Washington D.C., an intensive course designed to strengthen educators’ background in Holocaust history.