|10/10/2012 - St. Augustine approves new College academic building
Monday night, the St. Augustine City Commission approved Flagler College's request for a modification in zoning to permit the construction of a new classroom building at 31 Cordova Street, the current location of the College’s Communication Building.
|10/10/2012 - Former film exec speaks to Flagler audience
A standing-room only audience was treated to a lecture on Oct. 4 by David Kirkpatrick, former President of the Motion Picture Group of Paramount Pictures as well as President of Production of both Walt Disney and Touchstone Pictures.
|10/09/2012 - Voguit to examine two-party system during Community Lecture Series event
Voguit continues the 2012 Community Lecture Series on Oct. 23 with a talk on “United Nation, Divided Nation: Patterns in American Politics after the Civil War.”
|10/09/2012 - Flagler’s Eaton in spotlight after interview with former Cuban spy
Tracey Eaton was the Havana bureau chief for the Dallas Morning News when he first met Juan Pablo Roque, a former Cuban spy, in 2003.
|10/05/2012 - Flagler raises $3,000 to fight heart disease
The Flagler College Heart Walk raised more than $3,000 to benefit the American Heart Association. The walk was held Sept. 29 at the St. Augustine Beach Pier with more than 200 people in attendance.
|10/04/2012 - Students to host Refugee Awareness Day at Flagler
After an intensive summer course on war and genocide in Africa, students Ron Carr and Bridget Cogley, seniors at Flagler, decided to create a refugee awareness day for the college and surrounding community of St. Augustine.
|10/04/2012 - Crisp-Ellert Art Museum hosts Robbins, Pedigo for ‘Ideas and Images’ event
The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum presents an exhibition entitled “Transliteration,” a collaborative project between painter, Sara Pedigo, and poet, Liz Robbins from October 26 through November 21, 2012.
|10/02/2012 - U.S. News correspondent Walsh to speak at Flagler Forum
In the new era of politics where many backers support their candidate like a rabid sports fan, an election can be, as U.S News & World Report White House correspondent Ken Walsh says, “interesting.”
|10/02/2012 - Siguenza awarded Hispanic Heritage Council scholarship
Rebeca Siguenza, a freshman at Flagler College, has been awarded a scholarship for $1,000 provided through the Hispanic Heritage Council of St. Johns County.
|10/02/2012 - National expert on public-private partnerships speaks at Flagler
Len Gilroy, one of the nation’s foremost experts on contracting and public-private partnerships spoke at Flagler College Sept. 18.
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