Lady Saints enduring up and down season

By Carla Tagarelli Photo by Glenn Judah PHOTO CAPTION: In the absence of Charlotte Sikora, Sandy Maric has stepped into the number two position and posted a 4-3 record. With a 3-4 overall record and 2-1 conference record, the Lady Saints tennis squad has fallen…

Former Saints take Oregon trail in hoops

By Melanie Kirby The past few years, two all-Americans have emerged from Flagler men’s basketball. It is no coincidence that both have come out of the program in the past five years and are currently playing on the same minor-professional team.

Sports Shorts

Intramural sports update Jessica Echterling Currently, teams are being put together for the intramural volleyball tournament and at the conclusion of the Flag football, the floor hockey and basketball intramural seasons will begin. Intramural tennis tournaments are being held monthly as well.

Surf team pays out of their own pockets

By Ray Jarvis The Flagler College surf team, currently ranked first in the Southeast/North region of the National Scholastic Surfing Association, has been invited to the National Championships in Salt Creek, Calif. The traveling and registration expenses are costly, and the Flagler surf team remains…

Surfer Profile

Adam Muller Photo Contributed Alias: Big Man, Monkey, Weasle Major: Sports Management Hometown: Vero Beach, Fla. Favorite Surf Spot: Sebastian Inlet, Dirty South Fla. Board: 5’9″ Erie, Magic Stick Favorite Quote: “All I have in this world are my balls and my word, and I…

Music genre dictates listeners’ fashion

By Nikki Lane Music and fashion always flock together. From the days when fans of swing and big band music strutted around the town with their hair slicked back and their zoot suits, wing tipped shoes and fedoras on for everyone to see, or since…

Shutterbug Love

Flagler tennis player Jutronic opens photograpy show at local gallery

By Cassaundra Seeley

Mario Jutronic is not your average artist. He doesn’t spend hours toiling in the studio; he spends them on the tennis court. He isn’t worried about his senior portfolio show; he’s worried about his business capstone class. To Jutronic, 21, art isn’t something he’s pursuing, but it is something he’s good at.

Tradition to the wayside

Film makers discontinue black and white film By Heather Smith In this digital age, is there room for tradition? The top manufacturers of traditional photography equipment and supplies seem to think not.

Elegant Seduction: Belly Dancing 101

By Chelsea Parker This week my challenge was to attend a belly dancing class at The Studio: Art & Movement, located on King Street five minutes west of Flagler. Even though I arrived a few seconds late I was still greeted warmly and then whisked…