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  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Art & Design

    Mar 22
    Design-heavy street art with grit and detail is how 22-year-old Hahau Yisrael defines his work.
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Passion for History Leads to Published Work

    Mar 22
    Alumna Summer Bozeman writes book on St. Augustine
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Making Sense of the Senseless

    Mar 22
    Alumna Mallory Needleman works with recordings of Holocaust survivors at Holocaust Museum
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Hope Rises in 'The Land of Horrors'

    Mar 22
    O’Keefe, ‘80, looks back on life-changing trip to Rwanda
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    New logo marks a new visual identity for Flagler College

    Mar 22
    Flagler’s logo will soon have a more sophisticated look, and the school colors will receive a much-needed update.
  • Jillian McClure on cover of Flagler College Magazine in Summer of 2010.

    Religion At the Extremes

    Mar 22
    Flagler Assistant Professor’s Book Tries to Make Sense of Religion Being Used to Justify Violence
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    No Limits

    Mar 22
    Flagler Professor’s New Book on Deaf Education Published
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Flagler College Magazine Wins MarCom, CASE Awards

    Mar 22
    Flagler College Magazine won a platinum award in the 2009 MarCom Awards’ magazine/educational institution category, as well as a special merit award in the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education’s (CASE) District III awards competition. Others MarCom platinum award winners included Carnegie Mellon University, John Hopkins University, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, University of Kansas, University of Pittsburgh and nine others. The MarCom Awards is an international competition for marketing and communication professionals. Entries come from corporate marketing and communication departments, advertising agencies, PR firms, design shops, production companies and freelancers.
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Professors Abroad: Tracey Eaton in Bolivia

    Mar 22
    The red-eye flight to La Paz, Bolivia, took Communication Instructor Tracey Eaton far from the classrooms of Flagler College to a place where it isn’t uncommon for journalists to be threatened, intimidated or even attacked.
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    A Covenant of Understanding

    Mar 22
    Student planning to become priest chooses internship at synagogue to better understand other religions
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    St. Augustine Restaurant Investor Serves Up Support

    Mar 22
    Local investor James Babcock, a partner in upscale St. Augustine eateries Opus 39 and The Tasting Room, has pledged $250,000 in unrestricted funds to help the students of Flagler College
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Building Hopes & Dreams in Swaziland

    Mar 22
    Peace Corps Alums working with HIV/AIDS children in Africa
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Volleyball caps dream season with final four appearance

    Mar 22
    A thrilling 2009 season that featured a 29-match winning streak took the Flagler College volleyball team many places over the course of the year.
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Professors Abroad: Timothy Johnson in Milan

    Mar 22
    In what he called one of the high points of his career, Timothy Johnson, professor of religion and Liberal Studies Chair at Flagler, presented research at a prestigious conference at Catholic University of Milan this past September.
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Men's Soccer Claims Peach Belt on the Pitch

    Mar 22
    Sometimes a little change goes a long way. But for the 2009 Flagler men’s soccer team, it was actually a drastic change after a rough start that took them all the way to their first Peach Belt Conference title. Even more impressive, this was Flagler’s first year competing in the Peach Belt.
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Video Tour: FEC Residence Halls

    Jan 13
    Welcome to the newest dorms on Flagler’s campus.  Join students and Dean Stewart as they give you a personal look at the new Florida East Coast Railway dorms.
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    WFCF Radio With a Reason: Then and now

    Jan 13
    Dan McCook stepped into the Flagler College Communication building on Aug. 13, 1993. The newly hired station manager, McCook had plans for Flagler College’s radio station: WFCF 88.5 FM. “Slim Whitman,” McCook said. “That was the only recording in this building.” He explains that Whitman was the artist whose singing killed the Martians in the movie “Mars Attacks.”
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Journalism club takes 1st Amendment rights away from students

    Jan 13
    Flagler College’s Society of Professional Journalists chapter President Caroline Young wants the club’s presence to grow on and off campus. Young took the Flagler SPJ chapter’s reins in May. She has pushed student members to organize exciting events, including a no-holds-barred “First Amendment Free Food Festival” on Oct. 21.
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Wobbling into Adulthood: Trio of alums influences St. Augustine's music scene

    Jan 13
    Photo illustration by Lizi Lively, used with permission.
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Through the lens: The Photographic Journey of Tracey Eaton

    Jan 13
    Flagler professor Tracey Eaton’s photographs and articles have been published in more than 65 U.S. and Canadian newspapers.  He’s lived in 10 states and three countries and has covered everything from drug trafficking to Brazilian surfers and Cambodian gangs.  While his aptitude for journalism has proven useful in landing jobs at the Houston Chronicle and The New York Times, his photographic ability to tell stories without words has transcended cultural boundaries and brought attention to issues often overlooked by the media. Eaton’s photographic journey began in 1981 after receiving a Fulbright scholarship to study the myths and legends of primitive Indian tribes in the jungles of Ecuador.
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