John Monroe always knew Flagler College was a predominantly Caucasian school.
By Kelly Gibbs | firstname.lastname@example.org
When I moved to St. Augustine from Gainesville two years ago, I never dreamed I’d one day sit on a sidewalk shooting the breeze with two older black men taking pictures of a former slave cabin and sharing neighborhood gossip.
I was excited to find my own cheap apartment down the street from campus in Lincolnville in August 2009. I was told I was moving into a “mixed neighborhood” by my landlady, but didn’t understand the phrase.
By Cal Colgan | email@example.com
Flagler College is kicking off its first week of the school year not just with classes, but also with a commitment to preserving the oft-forgotten recent history of St. Augustine.