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

    Flagler Art Faculty in Naples Museum of Art exhibition

    Jul 31
    Two of Flagler’s art faculty members are part of a new Naples Museum of Art exhibit called “Florida Contemporary” that brings together 50 of the state’s photographers and painters.
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Music + Math = Funky 'Musiplication'

    Jul 31
    Alumna’s funk- and soul-influenced album teaches kids math and gets wide airplay on Sirius XM Satellite Radio
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Recent grad makes big difference with disadvantaged youth

    Jul 31
    He’s only 24, but alumnus Justin Black has already spent four years transforming St. Augustine’s Boys & Girls Club.
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Architectural Scavenger Hunt

    Jul 31
    For alumni, going to Flagler meant being constantly surrounded by architectural gems and detail work that was the hallmark of the former Ponce de Leon Hotel — today a National Historic Landmark. But while you might have seen them every day, how well do you remember all of those intricate accents around campus? Test your memory — and take a stroll down memory lane — by naming where the architectural details pictured here are found on campus.
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    Flagler gets a little greener

    Mar 19
    The Flagler College campus has seen a variety of environment-friendly changes recently, from a low-impact renovation of Kenan Hall to a student-run recycling program.
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    A blast of color

    Mar 17
    Space. Color. Shape. Texture. They all have a place in alumna Jennifer Sánchez’s art, but it is her use of color that draws you in.
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    The Journey, Not the Destination

    Mar 17
    Alumnus Nicholas Serenati went from Hollywood hopeful to award-winning visual artist
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    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.
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    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.
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    Eye in the Sky

    Mar 17
    ’89 grad flies Coast Guard choppers to head off drug traffickers
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    Lessons from Ama Ghar

    Mar 17
    Alumna McKenzie Lamborne volunteers in a Nepalese orphanage
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    Worth a thousand words

    Mar 17
    Journalism student chronicles hidden cemetery in photo essay
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    Victory after the fall

    Mar 17
    New history professor brings passion for Southern history and Civil Rights to Flagler
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    On The Ground In Afghanistan

    Mar 17
    Alumnus Greg Teisan, ’88, returns from military duty in Kabul
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    Buena Onda

    Mar 17
    ‘04 Alumnus helps organization deliver soccer balls, jerseys and equipment to Central America
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    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.
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    ‘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.
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    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.
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    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.”
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    Of oats and dinosaurs

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