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  • 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.
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    The Business of Space

    Jul 31
    Alumnus Mike Galluzzi works to eliminate redundancies in America’s space program while NASA transitions from the shuttle to the moon and beyond
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Running down a dream

    Jul 31
    The next step for 2009 graduate and standout cross-country runner Ryan MacManus may be a career as an FBI profiler
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Learning to do nothing

    Jul 31
    Retiring English Professor Vincent Puma reflects on his Flagler career
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Nothing But Love for You

    Jul 31
    Alumna Diana Briggs working with author on book about love
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Students take host of major awards, scholarships

    Jul 31
    Flagler College students and recent grads landed a number of awards and scholarships during the spring semester • Spring 2009 graduate Jamie Alvarez received a leadership award from the Enterprising Women’s Leadership Institute of Florida, an organization that identifies, trains and supports women as business community leaders.
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Video Tour: Ponce Hall Towers

    Jul 31
    The towers of the old Ponce de Leon Hotel — now Flagler College’s Ponce Hall — are undergoing their first intensive restoration.
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    For love and meaning

    Jul 31
    English professor Liz Robbins talks poetry, publishing and truth
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Dare Not Walk Alone

    Jul 31
    Alumnus’ documentary receives major nomination at NAACP Image Awards
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    A Day in the Life: Gabe Jacobs-Kierstein

    Jul 31
    Theater seems so … well … dramatic. But it’s not all bright lights and adoring audiences. What you see on stage is the culmination of a lot of hard work behind the scenes before anyone takes a seat. Before the actors even step on stage, there’s plenty of pre-performance preparation from make-up and cast meetings to line rehearsing and psyching themselves up in a host of unique ways.
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    SIFE wins second national title

    Jul 31
    Flagler Students in Free Enterprise become two-time national champs
  • Picture of man looking forward with text that says Making Space Work on Summer of 2009 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Watchdog for the public

    Jul 31
    Alumnus John Krieger works in Washington, D.C., to safeguard public interest issues
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Jud Damon named athletic director

    Jul 31
    As teams get ready to begin play in the Peach Belt Conference, Flagler College has hired Jud Damon as its new athletic director. Damon had been athletic director at Georgia College and State University. Damon has spent the last year at Georgia College in Milledgeville, and he served in the same capacity at the Savannah College of Art and Design from 2000-2008. He also served as the athletic director and head baseball coach at Trinity International University in Miami from 1997-2000.
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Alumni Weekend 2009

    Jul 31
    From awards and cocktails to surfing and Athletic Hall of Fame inductions, Flagler’s Alumni Weekend had it all again this year
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