Mixed up with Molly

By Matthew Goodman |

Molly only ever went to clubs. The flashing lights and incredibly loud music created a perfect atmosphere for dancing. Molly encouraged others to dance as the nights went on into the early hours of the morning. People searched for Molly as if there were an Amber Alert. It usually wasn’t very hard for them to find what they were looking for. Years later, Molly has ventured out of the underground club scene and into the public eye.

Alumni, students form Rugby team

By Bo Culkeen |

St. Augustine has got a new sport in town: Rugby.

The team was founded by Flagler alumni Sean May and since has quickly been built up to a 30-man roster. Among this roster is Flagler student Josh Thompson is also the team’s treasurer.

St. Augustine goes barefoot with rest of nation

By Caroline Young
Photo by David Castagno

One Flagler student thinks that walking around St. Augustine without shoes for a day will give her ringworms.

Sophomore Josh Weaver, a TOM’s Shoes campus representative, said this is exactly what A Day Without Shoes is about.

SIFE BLOG: Presentation recap, plans for the day

By Victoria Van Arnam |

The team did incredible at the presentation this morning at 9. The presentation was on, the question and answer went great and the visual was perfect. We are about to go and eat with the executives and other teams. Right now, we’re at a career fair.

We ran into a number of Flagler alumni including Amy Waers, who works at Sam’s Club.

We’ll update again soon, but we’re really busy right now.

SIFE BLOG: Flagler SIFE ready for regionals

By Kyle Malucci |

The last day of practice went great today. Yesterday, we performed a formal presentation for some of the college staff and they loved it. We’ll be meeting at 6:30 in the morning for the seven hour road trip to Charlotte, NC. The 40 team members are hoping to get some sleep on the ride up along with some Q&A and presentation practice.

New Leaf: SIFE grows greener future with ‘Conservation Cadets’

By Lauren Belcher |
Photos by Lauren Belcher
Video by Lauren Belcher

PHOTO CAPTION: SIFE team member Katherine Baggett speaks to local elementary school children about recycling.

Elementary school children in St. Johns County are learning the importance of recycling and reducing garbage.

Flagler College’s Students in Free Enterprise team organized Conservation Cadets to help teach students to be eco-friendly.

Who do you want to see kiss the pig?

By Erin Miller |
Graphic contributed by DOW Advantage

DOW Advantage partnered with Learn to Read to help promote and raise awareness of the annual Kiss the Pig event.

On Saturday, the KTP contest will take place during the Rhythm and Ribs Festival at Francis Field from 2 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. LTR of St. Johns County, Inc. tutors fast track reading, math, English for Speaking for Other Languages (ESOL) classes and helps with preparation with GED and Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) testing. LTR tutored over 300 students last year.

SGA approves Photography Club, defers Adventure Club

By Lauren Belcher |

Student Government Association will soon allow students to weigh in on how SGA should spend its money.

SGA President David Matulewicz announced this during his executive report at Tuesday night’s SGA meeting. He said a mass e-mail will be sent to students with the current balance of each committee’s budget. SGA is asking students to send in thoughts on how it should spend committee money.