Brittany Maynard’s choice to end her life through a cocktail of lethal medications has sparked a debate across the nation. However, students at Flagler College see Maynard’s decision as a personal one.
Flagler College Theatre Department will breathe life back into the women of the World War II era and pay homage to their bravery and sacrifices through “Decision Height,” by Meredith Dayna Levy.
From her wardrobe to her room decor, Heather Seidel sees thrifting as a treasure hunt. Watch and learn why she won’t spend more than $10 for anything, even on Juicy Couture and Fossil. Like what you see? Check…
By Alexa Epitropoulos | firstname.lastname@example.org Student Government Association President David Arreola has been reinstated after a two-week investigation conducted by Student Services into his December arrest. Arreola, who was suspended indefinitely on Jan. 14, resumed his role as president in…
For some students at Flagler, enjoying films means movie nights with friends in the Ringhaver Student Center, or the occasional full length feature at the Gamache-Kroger Theater, but for Sina Eslami, film is more than a pastime: it’s a passion.
By Alyssa Menard | email@example.com
My summer job that has been supporting me and allowing me to be a full-time student was lost in the Sequester and I’m not very surprised. My job was determined on a year-to-year budget basis so when cuts are being made, naturally they go from the least important jobs up.
It’s not every day that you meet a resident assistant as engaging and kind-hearted as Pamela Santamaria. From the moment I stepped onto campus last fall, Pam has been there to make me feel right at home. But I quickly noticed that her bubbly demeanor and positive influence stretch far beyond her RA duties. This girl is doing big things at Flagler.
By Lawrence Griffin | firstname.lastname@example.org
Flagler alum Paige Marie Garrity, 19, is living her childhood dream as a rising pop star, preparing to release her debut mix-tape next January.
“I knew from a very young age that performing was what I wanted to do…When my friends would come over, we would get all dressed up and put on shows at my parents’ dinner parties,” Garrity said. “I wasn’t a shy kid, I loved being the center of attention when it came to the ‘spotlight.’ I would choreograph routines to Britney Spears, N’Sync and Christina Aguilera and beg for my friends to perform them with me, even when they didn’t want to.”