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To say Steve Melia is a baseball fan could be the understatement of the century. The 1992 Flagler College alumnus is the author of “162: The Almost Epic Journey of a Yankees Superfan,” chronicling his journey to attend all 162 New York Yankee games during the 2011 season.
Sep 26, 2013
To say Steve Melia is a baseball fan could be the understatement of the century.
What do an English degree and circus arts have in common? Ask May van Oskan. A 2007 Flagler graduate, Oskan transformed her love for narrative and her fascination with freaks into a full-fledged rock opera production called, “The Ape Woman.”
Sep 26, 2013
What do an English degree and circus arts have in common? Ask May van Oskan
Craig and Audrey Thorn passed away exactly two years apart: he on Dec. 17, 2010, and she on Dec. 17, 2012. Friends say that’s just how they did things — high school sweethearts and married for 59 years, where one went, the other would soon follow.
Sep 26, 2013
Craig and Audrey Thorn passed away exactly two years apart: he on Dec. 17, 2010, and she on Dec. 17, 2012.
Palm Coast residents Peter and Sue Freytag are no strangers to investing. Peter is a retired vice president of Common Stocks for State Farm, having served the company for 39 years.
Sep 26, 2013
Palm Coast residents Peter and Sue Freytag are no strangers to investing.

About the Magazine

Flagler College Magazine is published twice a year and sent to alumni, students, faculty and other members of the Flagler College community. It highlights the people, developments and accomplishments.

The magazine is produced by the college’s Public Information Office, and it has received awards and recognition from the Florida Public Relations Association, the Council for Advancement and Support of Education and MarCom.

Flagler College Magazine
Mar 4, 2011
Civil rights activist Andrew Young donated interviews from his documentary “Crossing in St. Augustine” to Flagler College in what will begin a new archive chronicling the historic civil rights movement in the Nation’s Oldest City.