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|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.
|01/23/2013 - Reinhartz discusses ‘Holy Words in Hollywood’ at Usdin lecture
Adele Reinhartz, professor of religious studies at the University of Ottawa, will discuss “Holy Words in Hollywood: the Bible, Film and American Identity" on Feb. 4 at the Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College.
|01/22/2013 - Chicago Sun-Times reporter to discuss Obama’s second term at Flagler forum
Lynn Sweet, the Washington Bureau Chief for the Chicago Sun-Times, will kick off the Spring 2013 Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy series on Jan. 31.
|01/18/2013 - Graham discusses ‘Life and Leisure in Flagler's St. Augustine’ at Community Lecture Series event
When Dr. Tom Graham kicks off the 2013 Community Lecture Series on Jan. 22, he’ll discuss just what Flagler did to add to fun to local life when he speaks on "Life and Leisure in Flagler's St. Augustine."
|01/17/2013 - CEAM director named ‘Visual Visionary’ by Folio Weekly
Julie Dickover, director of Flagler College’s Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, has been names one of Folio Weekly’s 12 people in Northeast Florida who defy boundaries in the art world.
|01/17/2013 - Marlowe to discuss his acting lineage as part of film festival
On Jan. 18, Marlowe will discuss his father, Hugh Marlowe, as part of the St. Augustine Film Festival and will show clips from his father’s films and discuss their content in relation to his father’s career.
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