By Colton Andre | firstname.lastname@example.org This year I attended Overland Expo East in Asheville North Carolina. The first thing most people ask when I talk about this year’s Overland Expo is, what is the event about and what is overlanding itself? Overlanding is generally considered to…
By Matthew Goodman | email@example.com Known for its service as an inexpensive, eco-friendly taxi, Pedicab of St. Augustine has huge plans for expansion in 2015. Ashley Mentor, a Flagler College alum, started Pedicab in 2010 during her junior year of college. She has since bought…
Adam Morley is happy to talk about bioaccumulation – excited, even. If the build-up of toxic chemicals in organisms from plastic waste wasn’t an issue, he’d probably be even happier.
By Cal Colgan | firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos By Aaron Beasley
Rane Harrington’s favorite method of travel doesn’t involve shelling out gas money or cash for an expensive plane ticket. Instead, Harrington hops trains.
Harrington packs an extra set of clothes into a big bag, in case he gets covered with the filth from the dust of the box car or the airborne debris flying past the train. Popularized in the Great Depression by hundreds of hobos looking for out-of-state work, train-hopping still has a loyal following of people across the country.
By Mary Elizabeth Fair | email@example.com
Photo by Mary Elizabeth Fair
You can’t go to New Orleans without stopping by the notorious CafÃ© du Monde Coffee Stand on the French Quarter.
By Jaclyn Miklos | firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo by Lindsay Widdell
Flagler College Senior Kory Duffy faced fear head-on, jumping out of a plane at 14,000 feet plummeting toward Earth.
“Skydiving is unbelievable,” Duffy said. “There are no other words to describe it. I think every college student should experience this while their young.”
By Kaitlyn Teabo | email@example.com
Despite the inherent costs of the annual Nights of Lights, Travis Sheltra, owner of Pizzalleys on Saint George Street, believes it is just what this town needs.
By Jill Houser | firstname.lastname@example.org
Flagler College sophomore Veronica Spake is trying to save the lives of 300,000 North Korean refugees.
By Emily Hoover and Kaitlyn Teabo | email@example.com
The Gargoyle’s Arts and Entertainment co-Editors went to Warehouse 31 and Halloween Horror Nights to see which spook is worth the scratch. Which one gives you goosebumps?
By Caroline Young | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophomore Josh Weaver transferred to Flagler College with high hopes of making a difference on campus. Plans are in the works for Flagler’s first year with a Toms Shoes club.