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Johan Schwartz, ’93, shattered the world record in drifting.
Sep 24, 2013
Fans of “The Fast and the Furious” films are well aware of the concept of drifting, a driving technique where the driver intentionally oversteers, causing a loss of traction in the rear wheels while driving. Johan Schwartz, ’93, is a bit familiar with it,
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.
Luis Hernandez
Sep 20, 2013
For 1996 alumnus Luis Hernandez, working in public radio often means rolling with the punches, especially when interviewing Mike Tyson.
It was Nov. 1, 1993, when WFCF first hit the airwaves with David Bowie’s classic hit, “Changes.” Now, as the station hits the two-decade mark, it has undergone its biggest change yet with a new state-of-the-art facility.
Sep 20, 2013
It was Nov. 1, 1993, when WFCF first hit the airwaves with David Bowie’s classic hit, “Changes.” Now, as the station hits the two-decade mark, it has undergone its biggest change yet with a new state-of-the-art facility.

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
Apr 11, 2014
The C-SPAN Bus, the cable network’s traveling interactive multimedia center, popped in for a visit at Flagler College on Dec. 5 to let students check out its touchscreen computers and tune into live feeds of broadcasts.