|02/14/2013 - Flagler English professor published in fiction, non-fiction
Flagler College Adjunct Professor of English William Pewitt has recently been published in both Global Politics Magazine and the annual literary journal, Paper Nautilus.
|02/13/2013 - Flagler student gains internship at Cannes festival
Flagler senior Nicole Del Bene was recently awarded an internship position at the upcoming summer 2013 Cannes International Film Festival in France.
|02/13/2013 - Braden to discuss Flagler’s friendly rivalry at Feb. 19 lecture
Former Auburn University art professor Susan Braden will speak at Flagler College on Feb. 19.
|02/13/2013 - Communication department presents Com Week 2013
Flagler College will host the eighth annual Communication Week on March 4-7 featuring speakers with a variety of backgrounds and experience in all areas of communication.
|02/12/2013 - Flagler releases 2013-2014 academic calendar
Flagler College has released the 2013-2014 academic calendar, which features several changes including an extended orientation for first year students.
|02/11/2013 - Music, mayhem and romance come to Flagler in ‘As You Like It’
The Flagler College Department of Theatre Arts will bring one of Shakespeare’s most beloved heroines to life as it presents William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” beginning March 1.
|02/05/2013 - Bradley argues for robber barons at Community Lecture Series
On Feb. 12, assistant professor of business Roger Bradley will present "The 'Robber Barons:' Neither Robbers Nor Barons" as part of the Community Lecture Series
|02/01/2013 - NBC political editor to discuss Florida politics at Forum
The role of Florida in national politics aims to grow stronger according to NBC News Senior Political Editor Mark Murray, who will speak at Flagler College on Feb. 7 as part of the Forum on Government and Public Policy series.
|01/31/2013 - Chicago Sun-Times reporter talks politics with Flagler students
As the Washington Bureau Chief for the Chicago Sun-Times, Lynn Sweet has become an expert on topics ranging from immigration and guns to social media and healthcare.
|01/28/2013 - Favis to discuss the art of the Ponce de Leon Studios
Roberta Favis, Professor Emeritus of Art History at Stetson University, will discuss "The Ponce de Leon Studios: Artists and Salons in Florida's Gilded Age” on Feb. 5 in Flagler College’s Flagler Room.
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