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    Adventures in the Andes

    Mar 17
    Spanish students learn through service in Peru The trip is over and the bags are unpacked, but nine Flagler College students just can’t stop talking about Peru. This past summer, Assistant Professor of Spanish Aggie Johnson and her students travelled to Cusco, Peru – the former center of the Inca civilization – to learn, volunteer and see the sights. The group stayed with local families and attended classes at a center known for its research on the highland people.
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    Athletic Boosters give Saints teams a needed lift

    Mar 17
    It’s been only four years since Flagler College first launched the Flagler Athletic Boosters Club, but in that time, the group has already raised almost $490,000 to help benefit Flagler’s sports teams that are now competing in NCAA Division II.
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    Eye in the Sky

    Mar 17
    ’89 grad flies Coast Guard choppers to head off drug traffickers
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    Lessons from Ama Ghar

    Mar 17
    Alumna McKenzie Lamborne volunteers in a Nepalese orphanage
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    Worth a thousand words

    Mar 17
    Journalism student chronicles hidden cemetery in photo essay
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    Victory after the fall

    Mar 17
    New history professor brings passion for Southern history and Civil Rights to Flagler
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    On The Ground In Afghanistan

    Mar 17
    Alumnus Greg Teisan, ’88, returns from military duty in Kabul
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    Buena Onda

    Mar 17
    ‘04 Alumnus helps organization deliver soccer balls, jerseys and equipment to Central America
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    Homework pays off for public administration students

    Mar 17
    A grant writing class helped them bring almost $1 million to St. Johns County Flagler College public administration students recently brought nearly $1 million in funding to St. Augustine public safety initiatives – just by doing their homework.
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    ‘Lost’ Bad Guy Ben Linus has ties to Flagler

    Mar 17
    Fans of the hit ABC series “Lost” probably don’t realize there’s a connection between Flagler College and the show’s resident bad guy Benjamin Linus, played by Michael Emerson — unless, of course, they were at Flagler in the 1980s and took a drawing class taught by the now-famous actor.
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    Flagler joins Peach Belt Conference

    Mar 17
    It’s been three years in the making, but Flagler College finally has a conference for its athletic teams to call home. In December, the Peach Belt Conference announced that Flagler and the University of Montevallo had been accepted for membership in the league, which now totals 13 colleges and universities.
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    Alumnus named head tennis coach at Clemson

    Mar 16
    When speaking about Clemson University’s new head tennis coach Chuck McCuen, Peter Scott talks like a proud father. His body perks up, his voice raises an octave, and the 2004 Flagler Athletic Hall of Fame inductee is almost at a loss for words. “Chuck was such a hard worker, and God, he hated to lose,” recalls Scott, who was Flagler’s first head tennis coach from 1974-1989. “What do I recall about Chuck? You know what the biggest thing is? There are guys on every team that are natural-born leaders. Chuck was pretty much always that guy.”
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    Of oats and dinosaurs

    Mar 16
    Hirko wins $15,000 with ‘pterodactyl’ dance on ‘Regis and Kelly’
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    Reinventing baseball

    Mar 16
    Alumnus Brian Killingsworth helps launch a major league brand
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    Three retiring professors look back on 73 years at Flagler

    Mar 16
    One is an accomplished historian and long-distance runner. One’s a retired Florida Army National Guard Captain and management whiz. The third is a career educator with a quick laugh and a charming southern drawl. Three distinct personalities, three distinct careers.
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    Flagler launches ‘Ignite’ freshmen learning communities

    Mar 16
    Flagler is making some big changes to its freshmen experience. This fall, the college held its first classes for a new initiative to enhance student engagement. The program, called “Ignite,” creates first-year learning communities by placing students in the same classes and giving them a variety of unique experiences together.
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    Gargoyle awarded

    Mar 16
    The Gargoyle, Flagler’s student newspaper, won three awards from the Florida College Press Association’s (FCPA) 2007 Better Newspaper Contest. The Gargoyle took first place for “Best Front Page Design,” second for “Best Feature Writing” and third for “Best College Newspaper.”
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    Amaro’s Army

    Mar 16
    Students team up with First Coast News’ Ken Amaro to fight for consumer rights
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    The Art of the Magazine Business

    Sep 3
    Jacksonville publisher Cinda Sherman launched successful arts magazine from the humblest of beginnings
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    Phyllis Gibbs reflects on 40 years at Flagler

    Sep 3
    The books shelves have little room for more photographs; the walls are filled with posters, frames and more pictures. Phyllis Gibbs’ office is overflowing with memories of the friendships and accomplishments she’s found during her 40 years teaching at Flagler College.
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