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A community focus on projects benefiting the homeless, troubled youths, war veterans and the environment helped Flagler College Enactus win its third national championship.
Sep 25, 2013
A community focus on projects benefiting the homeless, troubled youths, war veterans and the environment helped Flagler College Enactus win its third national championship.
Sep 24, 2013
The Alumni Awards were initiated in 1999 to honor those who have made significant contributions to their fields, the college or their communities.
Dr. Gerald “Jerry” Gamache, former associate professor of Psychology at Flagler, passed away in Jacksonville this past May.
Sep 24, 2013
Dr. Gerald “Jerry” Gamache, former associate professor of Psychology at Flagler, passed away in Jacksonville this past May.
More than 800 incoming Flagler College freshmen were handed railroad spikes — a symbol of Henry Flagler’s legacy — as they entered their convocation ceremony this fall. The gesture was meant to represent the students’ college education as the first spike in their own life legacy.
Sep 24, 2013
More than 800 incoming Flagler College freshmen were handed railroad spikes — a symbol of Henry Flagler’s legacy — as they entered their convocation ceremony this fall. The gesture was meant to represent the students’ college education as the first spike

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 18, 2017
Flagler student Kiara Montes spent her summer unearthing the story of an enslaved cook at historic 19th-century home Sandusky Plantation in Lynchburg, Va., as part of an archaeological project she worked on with Assistant Professor Dr. Lori Lee