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Flagler College Enactus is hopping on board the conservation train in its latest project, Room to Grow.
Sep 29, 2014
Flagler College Enactus is hopping on board the conservation train in its latest project, Room to Grow.
Flagler recently launched a new coastal environmental science major that seeks to take advantage of those marshes, and the huge swath of Northeast Florida coastline.
Sep 20, 2013
When Terri Seron looks across the pristine, sprawling marshes and waterways that surround St. Augustine, she sees something different than most tourists, fisherman and boaters.
Andrew Halloran
Sep 21, 2012
In “The Song of the Ape,” Andrew Halloran, ‘95, recounts a chimpanzee escape attempt at the drive-thru animal park where he worked.
Alumnus Greg Lund finds aquatic success in large-scale aquariums and gator exhibits
Sep 21, 2012
Louisiana bayous don’t just appear in New York City, and the closest you get to seeing an alligator is when its hide is wrapped around a designer handbag.

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
Oct 4, 2011
Liz Robbins, assistant professor of English, won the 2011 Cider Press Review Book Award for her manuscript, “Play Button.”