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SIFE Blog: TEDx Creative Coast

By Victoria Van Arnam | SIFEMedia@flagler.edu Counter Clockwise, Victoria Van Arnam, and Renée Chiaverini pose with the Loci Design interns Walter Woods and Clayton Dodd in front of the TEDx sign. On Friday, Flagler SIFE and Loci Design exhibited at…


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

By Lauren Belcher | cbelcher@flagler.edu
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.



WEBCAST 1

By Gargoyle Staff | gargoyle@flagler.edu

The Gargoyle’s Priscilla Muller and Cal Colgan anchor The Gargoyle’s latest innovation, The Gargoyle Webcast. They run down the major stories on campus and send out to sports reporter Kristina Haumschild to see how the baseball team is doing.


St. Augustine local shuns technology

By Cal Colgan | jcolgan@flagler.edu
Photo by Cal Colgan

St. Augustine local Sumner Gray would rather live in a makeshift shelter in the mountains than have the latest technological gizmo.

Last November, I interviewed Gray at his West Augustine home. Sitting out by his patio in front of a burned-out fire pit, Gray, 34, said he is interested in getting to the root of social problems, and he is not new to grassroots politics. He is the co-founder of People United to Stop Homelessness and a former co-owner of Loose Screws, the now-defunct independent music and bookstore that also served as an activist meeting center.


Farmers market vendor squeezes all-natural ingredients into lemonade

By Erica Andrew | gargoyle@flagler.edu
Photos by Mary Elizabeth Fair

The farmers market that takes place Wednesdays at the St. Johns County Pier and Saturdays at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre gives students, locals and tourists a chance to sample what St. Augustine has to offer- including a vendor serving all-natural lemonade.

The Sister Shack, a vendor at the farmers markets, makes lemonade, Italian ice, and smoothies from all natural products. Unlike the many lemonade brands that use corn syrup and additives, the Sister Shack boasts their use of fresh fruit and raw natural sugar.