Opinion

Breaking Out of Impostor Syndrome

By Lauren Piskothy | gargoyle@flagler.edu My stomach was turned inside out. As I sat in the cozy theater at the St. Augustine Film Festival, watching myself on the screen, performing in a comedy sketch show I spent months on end stressing about and perfecting, the room…



A call to revise ‘resolutions’

I never understood the annual month-long craze of the ‘new year, new me’ trend. Every January, millions of people tell themselves they’re going to turn over a new leaf and make a better life for themselves: they’re going to go to the gym again, they’re…


Modern Women: Flipping the Narrative

By Lauren Piskothy | gargoyle@flagler.edu Over analyze, over correct, over prepare, rinse and repeat. That is the standard I hold myself to and yet I still feel timid when I walk into a room where I’m expected to direct a scene I’ve written and dreamt…



Counseling services on college campuses: are they doing enough?

By Erica Deditch| gargoyle@flagler.edu I’ve struggled with depression and anxiety for most of my life. It makes me terrified of everything. I mean, literally everything – talking to people, leaving my house, going out. Everything. Going to college didn’t help. For me personally, college only made it…


It’s 2019, and we still don’t have male birth control

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu You’ve been fooling around for awhile and things are heating up. The next step naturally is doing ‘it,’ but he isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. You think to yourself, “When is he going to reach for the condoms,” but he never…




“To the women in the class…”

By Katherine Hamilton | gargoyle@flagler.edu I never have been much for math or science. Not that the subjects don’t matter – because of course they do in the grand scheme of things. But personally, the arts have always had more of a seductive draw: a…