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  • A picture of the Flagler College Enactus winning its third national championship.

    Finding their Detour

    Sep 25
    Flagler Enactus students win third national championship
  • The Ringhaver family’s influence is felt throughout Flagler College – from the Ringhaver Student Center to service on the Board of Trustees. Recently, Randal Ringhaver, an executive committee member of the Board of Trustees, strengthened this bond further by establishing the Elaine Ringhaver Riggle Women’s Golf Scholarship in memory of his late mother.

    Ringhaver Women’s Golf Scholarship Announced

    Sep 25
    The Ringhaver family’s influence is felt throughout Flagler College – from the Ringhaver Student Center to service on the Board of Trustees. Recently, Randal Ringhaver, an executive committee member of the Board of Trustees, strengthened this bond further by establishing the Elaine Ringhaver Riggle Women’s Golf Scholarship in memory of his late mother.
  • Dr. Gerald “Jerry” Gamache, former associate professor of Psychology at Flagler, passed away in Jacksonville this past May.

    Remembering Jerry Gamache

    Sep 24
    Dr. Gerald “Jerry” Gamache, former associate professor of Psychology at Flagler, passed away in Jacksonville this past May. He joined Flagler as a visiting instructor in 1992, and was hired full-time in 1996. A recognized authority on the effects of radiation, he headed the U.S. Government’s Defense Nuclear Agency Team and studied the effects of the nuclear reactor explosion in Chernobyl through numerous trips to the area. 
  • A picture of more than 800 incoming Flagler College freshmen during the convocation ceremony.

    Flagler College kicks off new First-Year program with 800 freshmen

    Sep 24
    More than 800 incoming Flagler College freshmen were handed railroad spikes — a symbol of Henry Flagler’s legacy — as they entered their convocation ceremony this fall. The gesture was meant to represent the students’ college education as the first spike in their own life legacy.
  • Fall 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover with a desk next to a lake.

    Flagler names alumna vice president of Institutional Advancement

    Sep 24
    Dr. Beverly “Bev” Copeland Carmichael has been appointed Vice President of Institutional Advancement at Flagler College. Carmichael is a 1972 alumna of Flagler.
  • Fall 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover with a desk next to a lake.

    Alumni Award winners

    Sep 24
    The Alumni Awards were initiated in 1999 to honor those who have made significant contributions to their fields, the college or their communities. Every spring, the awards are presented to deserving alumni at the Alumni Weekend banquet.
  • Johan Schwartz, pictured in front of his car, ’93, shattered the world record in drifting.

    The Fast and Furious

    Sep 24
    Alumnus johan Schwartz drifts his way into record books
  • A picture of the Flagler College Solarium with dining tables.

    Fourth-floor Solarium re-opens after $2.5 million restoration

    Sep 20
    The last unrestored room in the historic former Hotel Ponce de Leon has re-opened for the first time in four decades after a $2.5 million restoration effort. The Solarium is on the fourth floor of the Ponce above the rotunda, and affords panoramic views of St. Augustine.
  • A picture of Luis Hernandez.

    Asking the tough questions

    Sep 20
    Alumnus Luis Hernandez goes up against some heavy hitters at KNPR For 1996 alumnus Luis Hernandez, working in public radio often means rolling with the punches, especially when interviewing Mike Tyson.
  • Stephen Thomas and Rosemary Tutt

    Thomas and Tutt close out long careers at Flagler

    Sep 20
    Both Stephen Thomas and Rosemary Tutt came to teaching after long, successful careers in private industry. But they say the time they spent working with students was the most rewarding. Thomas and Tutt both retired this past spring.
  • It was Nov. 1, 1993, when WFCF first hit the airwaves with David Bowie’s classic hit, “Changes.” Now, as the station hits the two-decade mark, it has undergone its biggest change yet with a new state-of-the-art facility.

    20 years of WFCF

    Sep 20
    WFCF celebrates anniversary with new studio It was Nov. 1, 1993, when WFCF first hit the airwaves with David Bowie’s classic hit, “Changes.” Now, as the station hits the two-decade mark, it has undergone its biggest change yet with a new state-of-the-art facility.
  • Fall 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover with a desk next to a lake.

    President's Message: A year of successes and enriching lives

    Sep 20
    Nothing gives a college president more pleasure than reporting successes in the past year. As we begin a new school year at Flagler College, I am pleased to report that enrollment is solid and we have enrolled approximately 2,580 students.
  • Flagler students studying natural science.

    Coastal Classrooms

    Sep 20
    New coastal environmental science major taps into St. Augustine’s abundant natural resources When Terri Seron looks across the pristine, sprawling marshes and waterways that surround St. Augustine, she sees something different than most tourists, fisherman and boaters.
  • “Roadshow” host Mark Walberg films at Flagler while the show was in Jacksonville.

    ‘Antiques Roadshow’ Visits Flagler College

    Sep 20
    When “Antiques Roadshow” producers asked their appraisers for unique locations in Northeast Florida, they suggested a building with the world’s largest collection of Tiffany stained-glass windows still in their original location: Flagler College.
  • Artists' rendering of Pollard Hall

    Building on Excellence

    Sep 19
    Kenan Trust Awards $1.5 Million Challenge Grant for Pollard Hall
  • Helen Whitney

    Whitney discusses ‘A Life in Film’

    Apr 5
    Helen Whitney has spent a lifetime examining people and subjects from all walks of life. The acclaimed writer, producer and director visited Flagler College in November to present “A Life in Film; Spiritual Landscapes,” a retrospective of the last 40 years of her life and work as part of the College’s “Ideas and Images” series.
  • Spring 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    Windows to the Past

    Apr 5
    We asked photographer and 2000 alumnus Zach Thomas to find a way to “marry the Ponce’s past with the present.” He scratched his head and then went to work blending images from the college’s photo archives with scenes of the campus today.
  • A picture of a 30–foot-long mosaic fountain.

    Students design mosaic for welcome center

    Apr 5
    When Flagler College’s new Admissions and Financial Aid center, Hanke Hall, opened for business in August 2012, one of the first things prospective students saw was the work of those who came before them: a 30–foot-long mosaic fountain which resides in the building’s courtyard.
  • Assistant Professor of Public Administration, Will Miller in front of his computer

    By the Numbers

    Apr 4
    Flagler’s Will Miller part of study looking into Islamist violence in Pakistan
  • President Abare speaks at the ceremony

    Hanke Hall spaces named in honor of donors

    Apr 4
    The stunning new 12,000-square-foot Hanke Hall — home to Flagler College’s Office of Admissions and Financial Aid and the first point of contact for many new students — was dedicated this fall. Flagler is proud to recognize the following generous donors by naming Hanke Hall spaces in their honor:
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