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|02/19/2013 - Huelsbeck screens ‘Unfinished Journey’
Assistant professor Mark Huelsbeck will present his film “Unfinished Journey” at a free screening on Feb. 21 at the Excelsior Museum in St. Augustine to honor Black History Month.
|02/19/2013 - Enactus, local shelter aims to help homelessness through baking
The state of Florida is home to one-third of America’s homeless families and a local shelter is doing their part to combat the problem with unlikely ammunition: pretzels.
|02/14/2013 - CEAM presents Von Mertens artist talk and exhibition
In March, the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum will present a selection of works by New Hampshire-based artist Anna Von Mertens.
|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.
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