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Local musician maintains strong fanbase

by Emily Hoover | ehoover@flagler.edu Photos By Phillip C. Sunkel For Charlie Brown, Lincolnville local and full time musician, music serves as both a physical and mental outlet. “Music helps you with your mind,” he said, smiling. “Music is everything,…








Study shows mental health issues rise among college students

By Cal Colgan | jcolgan@flagler.edu
Top Photo by Devon Schlegel
Middle Photo by Cal Colgan
Bottom Photo by Philip C. Sunkel IV

Mark Barber finds it very hard to make close friends.

The Flagler College alumnus and graduate student at Syracuse University said he suffers from pervasive developmental disorder, a mental condition similar to Asperger’s syndrome, a mild form of autism. Diagnosed with the disorder when he was 7, Barber said Flagler’s small-school atmosphere helped him to cope with his poor people skills.



Student survives natural disaster in foreign country

By Caroline Young | cyoung1@flagler.edu
Photos contributed by Liz Lang

Flagler College senior Liz Lang was wrapping up her first Saturday night on the town in Chile when an earthquake struck at 3:34 a.m. on February 27.

“Two of my friends were outside skateboarding,” Lang said. “That was the scariest thing…we didn’t know where they were.”

Liz, a political science and Spanish major, was beginning the spring semester of her junior year studying abroad in Viña del Mar, Chile when an earthquake of an 8.8-magnitude hit.