Saturday , 20 October 2018

Students want to explore world despite terrorist attacks

Students want to explore world despite terrorist attacks

By Susan Boswell and Taylor Long | gargoyle@flagler.edu Three major terrorist strikes in the past year, including the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris which left 130 dead and 368 injured, ...

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Student survives natural disaster in foreign country

Student survives natural disaster in foreign country

By Caroline Young | cyoung1@flagler.edu Photos contributed by Liz Lang Flagler College senior Liz Lang was wrapping up her first Saturday night on the town in Chile when an earthq ...

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Student fights to save North Korean refugees

Student fights to save North Korean refugees

By Jill Houser | gargoyle@flagler.edu Flagler College sophomore Veronica Spake is trying to save the lives of 300,000 North Korean refugees. ...

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Alumni sow seeds of hope in wounded country

Alumni sow seeds of hope in wounded country

By Michael Strasburger | mstrasburger@flagler.edu For Kathy O'Keefe, Director of Alumni Relations and Flagler Class of 1980, a journey to a genocide-ravaged country began with a l ...

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Student hits high seas for fall semester

Student hits high seas for fall semester

By Michael Strasburger | gargoyle@flagler.edu Photo contributed by Jackie Werboff While the semester is settling into a routine for most students, one Flagler student is breaking ...

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Peruvian clinic serves kids with disabilities

Peruvian clinic serves kids with disabilities

Selfless doctor gives life, dreams to unfortunate youth in Peru with Hogar clinic By Caroline Young | cyoung1@flagler.edu Four or five of the children were covered in third-degree ...

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