Bridget Schaaff talks about her campaign to bring gender neutral bathrooms to Flagler.
Flagler College student Brittany Asbacher publicly opens up about her extensive battle with anorexia nervosa, which spanned nearly seven years.
Yik yak, an “anonymous social wall for anything and everything” is gaining traction not only amongst Flagler College students, but across the nation. While an anonymous social outlet can definitely lead to hilarious outcomes, an astounding amount of posts negatively target others. Take a step…
Chad Light has spent most of his life living in the past.
The Closet is a local consignment shop located on 51 E. Cordova Street.
One of the weekly farmer’s markets, located at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre, has a unique historic appeal. The market has everything from homegrown produce to homemade arts and crafts to hand-strung live music. It’s a memorable ancient city experience whether you’re a local or just visiting.
The concept of “fitting in” at college has always been tricky. Whether you’re a member of the mock trial team, an athlete, a worker, an Student Government Association member, a rebel or something in between, you fit it at Flagler because you go to Flagler.
From her wardrobe to her room decor, Heather Seidel sees thrifting as a treasure hunt. Watch and learn why she won’t spend more than $10 for anything, even on Juicy Couture and Fossil. Like what you see? Check out my other finds on…
Arielle Corsetti has lived all over the world. From China to Denmark, Corsetti has been influenced by many diverse cultures which affect her every day fashion choices. Take a look into her world and wardrobe and discover what inspires her.