Marc Williar was, and remains, a mentor and friend of mine. After deciding to transfer to Flagler halfway through my college career, I reached out to Williar personally.
Stop almost anywhere on campus and the news about misreported data will certainly come up. While a good amount of students find it confusing and easier not to worry about, many have legitimate concerns.
Though students piled into Lewis Auditorium for President William Abare’s speech, many were left with more questions than answers.
By Tiffanie Reynolds | email@example.com
On registration day, Heather Cribbs logged onto myflagler to find that the class she needed to take was no longer listed. It’s a scenario that has happened more than usual this semester, from seniors to freshmen finding more classes full or taken out all together.
“If you can’t get into it or your classes coincide, then you kinda have to choose your battle,” said Cribbs, a junior theater arts major.
Junior Johanna Falzone, a fine arts major, also had the same problem. The lack of class choice not only made it difficult to schedule her classes, but also made her feel under-appreciated as an upperclassman.
By Rebecca Rosenberg | firstname.lastname@example.org
When Flagler College junior Jillian Flowers first applied to college, her father told her that men were getting a leg-up from some admissions departments.
“[Some schools] are trying to do affirmative action for men,” Flowers said.