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  • A picture of Ponce Hall

    A grand re-opening for the Ponce

    Apr 4
    With a wave of his top hat, Henry Flagler (well, a re-enactor who looked quite a bit like him) welcomed more than 4,000 visitors to tour the Hotel Ponce de Leon during an opening day event on Jan. 18.
  • Susan Schuh in front of two spacesuits

    Schuh studying habitability of the international space station

    Apr 4
    Most wouldn’t think that psychology and space travel go together. But for 1999 graduate Susan Schuh, her psychology degree led to NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, where she studies what life is like aboard the International Space Station.
  • A picture of Martin Guntrip

    Advantage: Guntrip

    Apr 4
    Martin Guntrip, ‘81, has spent his entire life around the world of tennis, and since 2005 he’s literally been at the top of it as club secretary of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, home to Wimbledon.
  • A picture of Ty Pennington and Flagler Enactus students.

    TV’s Ty Pennington visits with Flagler Enactus

    Apr 4
    Ty Pennington, best known as the Emmy-award winning host of “Extreme Makeover Home Edition” and the co-Host of ABC Daytime’s “The Revolution,” visited Flagler College in March to meet with Flagler’s Enactus team about partnering on a project.
  • The Lewis Auditorium.

    Curtain rises on Lewis Auditorium

    Apr 4
    In February, Flagler College celebrated the rededication of Lewis Auditorium, formerly known as the Flagler College Auditorium. The new name honors the college’s founder, Lawrence Lewis Jr. and his wife, Janet Patton Lewis.
  • A picture of William Friday

    Flagler remembers higher education luminary William C. Friday

    Apr 4
    The Flagler College community noted with sadness the death of Mr. William C. Friday, 92, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina on Oct. 12, 2012. As the executive director of the William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust, Friday was a loyal friend to Flagler and a steward of some of the most significant gifts the college has ever received.
  • Spring 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    Supporting teachers

    Apr 4
    Heading up Florida’s 140,000-member teacher’s union might seem like a long way from the classroom. But Andy Ford, ‘79, sees leading the Florida Education Association as just an extension of his love for teaching, and helping students.
  • Brianna Angelakis works on an oil painting of a woman

    Artist Brianna Angelakis

    Apr 4
    Senior’s interest in painting and literature bringing success in the art world
  • A picture of President William T. Abare, Jr.

    Abare receives awards for leadership and community service

    Apr 4
    Flagler College president William T. Abare Jr. received two recent awards, including the 2012 James T. Rogers Distinguished Leadership Award from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
  • A picture of Flagler College

    10 Facts You Should Know About the Ponce

    Apr 4
    In 2013, Flagler College marks the 125th anniversary of this National Historic Landmark with special tours, community events and programs that commemorate this historic building, and the legacy of Henry Flagler. Here are ten things you should know about the centerpiece of Flagler College
  • Construction begins on the Solarium.

    Construction begins on Solarium

    Apr 4
    As part of the former Hotel Ponce de Leon’s 125th anniversary, Flagler College has begun a $2.3 million renovation of the fourth-floor Solarium. Construction began in the fall and is expected to be completed this summer.
  • A picture of J.P. Clark.

    Clark lives his NBA dream

    Apr 4
    The son of a Flagler College basketball legend has been living his dream working within the NBA.
  • Spring 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    Pollard Hall moves forward

    Apr 4
    Flagler College students and faculty are eagerly anticipating the construction of the latest addition to the Flagler campus: Pollard Hall, a new academic building at 31 Cordova St. The new academic building will replace the current Communication Building that has been owned and used by the college since 1989.
  • Students working on a computer.

    Out of the Classroom, Into History

    Apr 4
    Faculty and students document the St. Augustine Civil Rights movement in online archive donated by Andrew Young
  • Romero Britto at Flagler College

    Internationally known pop artist Romero Britto

    Apr 4
    He has been exhibited in museums in more than 100 countries, designed works for some of the most famous brands in the world and will even serve as an ambassador to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    The Final Piece of the Ponce

    Oct 4
    College plans restoration of the Hotel Ponce de Leon’s solarium
  • Fall 2012 Flagler College Magazine Cover.

    The three Rs: Rays, Rams & Rebranding

    Sep 21
    Killingsworth to take on NFL with marketing role at St. Louis Rams
  • Students outside the renovated Florida East Coast Railway buildings

    Preservation award given to Flagler in recognition of its work with the Florida East Coast Railway buildings

    Sep 21
    This past fall, Flagler College completed the renovation of the Florida East Coast Railway buildings, transforming them from office use to student residence halls.
  • Alumnus Greg Lund finds aquatic success in large-scale aquariums and gator exhibits.

    Bottled Ocean

    Sep 21
    Alumnus Greg Lund finds aquatic success in large-scale aquariums and gator exhibits
  • A picture of Professor Bill Locascio.

    Digging Archaeology

    Sep 21
    Students take advantage of local resources to explore history
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