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  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Checking in

    Mar 4
    Spear Castillo rises up in the world of luxury hotels
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Eco Chic

    Mar 4
    Alumna tackles environmental issues in her adopted language and country with new book
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Tom Kenan receives the Flagler College Medallion

    Mar 4
    Twenty-five years after his father received Flagler College’s highest honor, Tom S. Kenan III has now received his own Flagler College Medallion for supporting the college.
  • A selection from the mixed media art exhibition of Flagler College alumni called “Morning Brew”

    Morning Brew

    Mar 4
    A mixed media art exhibition of Flagler College alumni called “Morning Brew” was held October to January in St. Augustine and featured the work of artists Katie Day, Dustin Miller, Carolyn Denman, Tara Ferreira, Seth Ferreira, Jayson Earl, Zach Thomas, Scott Smith, Cheryl Joy Miner, Tom Kiernan, Christine Applewhite, Scott Thompson and Kristina Cancelmi. The exhibit was sponsored by The St. Johns Cultural Council, and was curated by Tara Ferreira.
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    From hopelessness to Harvard

    Mar 4
    Flagler College – Tallahassee graduate Phil Pradere striving for bigger things
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Bestselling Author Pat Conroy visits Flagler

    Mar 4
    Bestselling author Pat Conroy, known for novels “The Prince of Tides” and “The Great Santini,” visited the Flagler’s Writers-in-Residence Program in January, where he spoke to a standing-room-only crowd in the Flagler College Auditorium.
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Student finds passion for traveling to help those in need

    Mar 4
    Will Nix may be a fine art major at Flagler College, but he’s found that his passion is really people. In the past three years, he has been everywhere from Rwanda to Haiti helping those in need.
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Win-win giving

    Mar 4
    Flagler friends make gift to the college and ensure life income
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    What growing pains?

    Mar 4
    Flagler coaches John Lynch and Taylor Mott have achieved big success since making the jump to the NCAA and Peach Belt Conference
  • Students work on production

    Veterans and Flagler students team up to produce documentary on Vietnam

    Mar 4
    Harry Mansford, a Vietnam Veteran and St. Johns Country resident, says he can still hear a helicopter well before anyone else can.
  • A picture of Kenan Hall from outside.

    The changing face of Flagler College

    Mar 4
    An improved campus takes shape one detail at a time thanks to landscape architect Sharon Fowler
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Flagler College makes round of 'Jeopardy!'

    Mar 4
    Did you catch it? If you were watching ‘Jeopardy’ on Oct. 20, you might have seen Flagler College pop up in the Double Jeopardy round. The category was “State/College” and there in the box for $2,000 was Flagler College with Ringling School of Art and Design. The question: “What is Florida?” of course.
  • Picture of Flagler alumna Heather Vreeland, founder of Occasions Magazine

    Creating a personalized media brand

    Mar 4
    Vreeland bucks media trends by making Atlanta magazine a success
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Flagler receives $2.5 million bequest from Molly Wiley

    Mar 4
    Flagler College President Dr. William T. Abare Jr. announced receipt of a $2.5 million bequest from the estate of Mary L.F. “Molly” Wiley, sister of the college’s founder Lawrence Lewis Jr. The funds were added to the college’s endowment, which was established in 1978 through a gift from Lewis and stands at more than $44.7 million.
  • A picture of Jenni Peters.

    Teaching the invisible children

    Mar 4
    Flagler graduate and high school teacher plays a part in rebuilding Uganda’s devastated educational system
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Five steps to stage combat

    Mar 4
    When Flagler Magazine spotted Britt Corry’s “Combat for the Stage” class thrusting swords at each other on the Flagler College Auditorium steps, we thought we would ask him about the five most important things he tells students learning to fight on the stage:
  • A picture of Andrew Young.

    Andrew Young donates recordings to Flagler to begin civil rights archive

    Mar 4
    Civil rights activist Andrew Young donated interviews from his documentary “Crossing in St. Augustine” to Flagler College in what will begin a new archive chronicling the historic civil rights movement in the Nation’s Oldest City.
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Salt-stained art

    Mar 4
    Williams’ ocean-themed creations showing up in New York, Japan and even Urban Outfitters
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Tribute to Dr. Robin King

    Jan 4
    Ginger Riggs is a writer, editor, and graphic designer. Riggs studied creative writing under the tutelage of Page Edwards Jr., Richard Yates, Virgil Suarez, Elizabeth Stuckey-French and Robert Olen Butler. Riggs’ short fiction has appeared in the “Tampa Review.” Riggs spent nearly a decade as a journalist, writing and designing for papers all around Florida. In addition to many features and columns, Riggs has done profiles of musicians Merle Haggard and Waylon Jennings and filmmaker Mohammad Bakri. Riggs is working on a biography of Waylon Jennings. By Ginger Riggs, ’90 Village Gram Editor
  • Jillian McClure on cover of Flagler College Magazine in Summer of 2010.

    The right time for a horse-drawn Hummer

    Aug 11
    Alum’s latest project examines sustainability in the wake of the Great Recession
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