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  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Down with Sickness

    Apr 2
    Visiting professor Surinder Paracer explores effect of disease on society
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Bringing history back to life

    Apr 2
    Partnership with University of Florida preserves Hotel Ponce de Leon’s original blueprints
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Bubble Thoughts

    Apr 2
    What’s on your mind? Students returning to campus in the fall of 2011 got a chance to give the world a little piece of their mind thanks to some chalk and black plywood “thought bubbles.” Dreamed up by Holly Hill, ‘02, assistant director of College Relations, the idea was part of the college’s Day of Welcome program, where new and returning students met faculty and staff on the West Lawn and got better acquainted with the campus.
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Bigfoot as performance art

    Apr 2
    Art professor Patrick Moser takes painting into the world of film to create a unique take on the famous mythical creature
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Going to the dogs

    Apr 2
    Psychology professor’s research studies the connection between dogs and human behavior
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Flagler receives $1 million Kenan Trust challenge grant

    Apr 2
    Grant helps to launch college’s 50th anniversary campaign
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    The Makings of a Great Teacher

    Apr 2
    Six education department alumni give their take on what it means to teach … and to teach well
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Flagler in Brief

    Apr 2
    The Flagler College chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America and Flagler College Magazine both took home honors at the Florida Public Relations Association Golden Image Awards recently.
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    Slugging through the glass ceiling

    Apr 2
    Brown taking minor league baseball by storm as one of the only female GMs
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Alumna gives peace a chance

    Apr 1
    Penny Fields devotes self to Peace Corps, serves as country director in Cambodia
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    Focused on film

    Mar 30
    Flagler Grad Rogers, ‘07, working on documentary films for MTV and ESPN
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    Take our magazine survey

    Mar 27
    The Spring 2012 issue of Flagler College Magazine is out. Now we’re looking for your feedback.
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    Seeing a need, filling a need

    Oct 4
    Son’s injury leads alumnus to launch camp for child amputees
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    Unexpected Voices

    Oct 4
    Alumna works with film festival highlighting Muslim women
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    Culture Shock in the Rainforest

    Oct 4
    Students thrive on service learning trip to the jungles of Ecuador
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    Teaching the 'Toxic Environment'

    Oct 4
    Flagler professor focuses on the psychology of eating and better understanding the issues leading to America’s obesity problems
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    Flagler student lands fellowship to study Egyptology at University of Chicago

    Oct 4
    Egypt might be a long way from Flagler College, but Nicole Howlett will only have to travel to Chicago in order to study about it. The spring 2011 graduate has been awarded a fellowship into the Egyptology program at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. She will receive full tuition and a $21,000-a-year stipend for living expenses for five years. At Flagler Howlett had a 4.0 grade point average with a major in history and a minor in environmental studies.
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    English professor wins Cider Press Review Book Award

    Oct 4
    Liz Robbins, assistant professor of English, won the 2011 Cider Press Review Book Award for her manuscript, “Play Button.” She received a $1,500 prize along with a publishing contract.
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    Five things you should know about Tai Chi

    Oct 4
    Walking by the palm garden on Sevilla Street, you might notice students doing what look like slow motion Kung Fu moves. But that’s not Kung Fu. It’s Tai Chi — a Chinese martial art known for its slow, flowing moves that are part defensive training and part meditation. The class is taught by adjunct professor Wanda Hall, who in her late 60s just won the title of “National Champion in Push Hands” at an International Chinese Martial Arts Tournament. Curious about the ancient art, Flagler Magazine asked her for five steps to becoming a Tai Chi Warrior:
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    Doug Dvorak combines humor with motivational speaking

    Oct 4
    In May of 1998, Doug Dvorak went through the toughest 30 days of his life: he was diagnosed with cancer, he got sober for the first time, and his father died tragically after falling out of a third floor window. If there was ever a time to make a big move, it was now.
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