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|11/12/2013 - Alumni magazine repeats as MarCom Award winner
Flagler College Magazine won a platinum award in the 2013 MarCom Awards competition, marking the fifth year in a row the alumni magazine has come away with an award in the competition.
|11/07/2013 - Hastings featured in latest episode of Flagler-produced ‘Ancient City Stories’
Students in a Flagler documentary class were intrigued by the idea that an entire town had grown up out of the need to supply the Hotel Ponce de Leon with food year round. “Hastings: Where Potatoes Turn into Gold” which airs Sunday Nov. 10 on CW17.
|11/05/2013 - ‘Slavery by Another Name’ screened as part of Ideas & Images series
Flagler College will present the film “Slavery by Another Name” as part of the National Endowment for the Humanities’ African-American film series on Nov. 21.
|11/05/2013 - Miller to speak at University of Akron ‘State of the Parties’ conference
Flagler College Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness Will Miller will speak on Nov. 7 at the “State of the Parties” conference hosted by the University of Akron’s Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics.
|11/05/2013 - Milligan to discuss dysfunction in Congress at Nov. 14 Flagler Forum event
Author and US News and World Report columnist Susan Milligan will discuss the dysfunction prevalent in Congress at the Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy lecture series on Nov. 14.
|11/05/2013 - Flagler professor published in historical journal
Flagler College Social Sciences professor Sam Turner was recently published in the Florida Historical Quarterly.
|11/04/2013 - Gregoire to discuss history of FSDB music education as part of Community Lecture Series
Flagler Professor Michelle Gregoire will discuss the history of music education programs for blind students at the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind and their relationship to the Hotel Ponce de Leon at the Nov. 12 Community Lecture Series event.
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