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Sister act: The nun who makes stained glass

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu Since she was a child, Sister Diane Couture has been an artist. But it wasn’t until later on in her life that she discovered stained glass, and subsequently chose that as her specialty. As a sister of the Sisters of…



Bees provide more than honey

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu Bo Sterk is a local beekeeper and president of the St. Johns County Beekeeping Association. He is also involved in Bees Beyond Borders, an organization that teaches beekeeping in the Caribbean. Sterk has been keeping honeybees for 25 years and…



SGA pushes for change to interhall rules

By Katie Garwood | gargoyle@flagler.edu For the past several years, there’s one issue the Student Government Association has heard more from students about than any other on campus. And last week, SGA unveiled their plans to address that issue–interhall visitation. More than 100 students came…


Florida business gives human trafficking survivors a chance

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu Rethreaded, located in Jacksonville, Florida, employs only female victims of human trafficking and the sex trade. Florida is the third highest state in the U.S. for reports of trafficking and Jacksonville is a hub for both perpetrators and their victims….



Justice for Keegan?

By Katherine Lewin | gargoyle@flagler.edu On July 20, 2017, shortly after midnight, Keegan Von Roberts, a young black man, was shot and killed in front of his house by his white neighbor, Michael Centanni. Centanni was never charged, protected under the self-defense argument. The case…