Where do you fit in at Flagler?

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.

Siren’s Song

Contributed by Jake Heckman

A lonely boy amidst a sea,

He could be you or could be me.

Upon his raft grows an apple tree

Venus Flytrap

Contributed by Marcia Vojcsik

Come into my cell
Make yourself at home, dear friend

After Today

Contributed by Lauren Belcher

The bathroom was small. The walls were a cream color with black and red etchings that flowed from the ceiling to the floor tile. A bright red shag rug stretched out on the floor. On the wall, next to the shower, there was a giant mirror above the sink.

Inner Child

Contributed by Lauren Belcher

The feelings overwhelm me so I go inside.
Inside is where she hides, if I can find her.


Contributed by Emily Hoover

As I sit alone on my front porch, blanketed by darkness, smoking cigarettes naked, I am prompted—even compelled—to gaze outward, through the trees and into the window of my neighbor’s house.