Flagler College

Student Government Prepares for New Semester

By Casey Niebuhr | gargoyle@flagler.edu The Flagler College Student Government Association (SGA) discussed ways to connect with student during its first open meeting of the semester on Tuesday. Students at the meeting were greeted by SGA public relations chair and vice-chair Alana Caballero Rivera and Jasmine…




Four ways for transfer students to settle in

By Angalyse Keyock | gargoyle@flagler.edu As the fall season approaches, the northern United Stated begins to see a change in color from the leaves before they fall to the ground. However, as the fall season approaches in Florida, that is far from true.   Transferring from East Stroudsburg…


Immigrating north: Sonia Leones’ story

By Adriana Cabezas | gargoyle@flagler.edu Pablo Escobar’s Medellin Cartel drove Flagler College’s custodial worker, Sonia Leones, 66, out of Colombia and into the United States. Like many other Colombians, fleeing was the only way to escape the danger of the narcotraffic mafia taking over the…



Citizens’ Climate Lobby meets the oldest city

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu Imagine waking up in the morning and putting your feet on the floor of your bedroom and finding several inches of water. This is the reality for residents of Norfolk, Virginia. Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL) is an organization that spreads…


Students show interest in sea level rise film

By Mallory Hopkins | gargoyle@flagler.edu ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA–Flagler College students poured in for free pizza and a short film this Monday at noon. Donald Addu is the Southeast Director of the Citizens’ Climate Lobby and he came to Flagler College to show a film produced…


Flagler pitcher stands tall

By Kelly Burge | gargoyle@flagler.edu Ally Marcano has been making a name for herself at Flagler College since joining in the fall of 2016. All the way from Middletown, New York, Marcano has had her dream start for her NCAA softball collegiate career.  Who would have…


Students complain of hate speech after Trump victory

By Brianna Kurzynowski gargoyle@flagler.edu Some students at Flagler College say racist and sexist comments have spiked since Donald Trump was elected president on Nov. 8. “Trump’s presidency is already impacting me and everyone I love. We have been more publicly persecuted,” said Karina Aragon, a…