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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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    How to surf and fish all day ... oh, and run a business too

    Sep 3
    Flagler alumni Lance and Kristin Moss share stories of success in Nicaragua
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    Crisp-Ellert Art Museum hosts the inaugural juried student show

    Sep 3
    Nearly 300 students compete to have their works exhibited
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    From Stage to Screen

    Sep 3
    Alumnus Kevin Cramer takes his playwriting success to Hollywood
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    Communication Week draws CNN’s Candy Crowley, as well as Pulitzer winner

    Sep 3
    As the presidential primaries were heating up between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, one of CNN’s chief election correspondents took a quick break from the campaign trail to give Flagler students an insider’s perspective.
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    Getting Crafty

    Sep 3
    Alumna’s jewelry hobby evolves into a career Gabrielle Gould didn’t plan on becoming an artist. The 1986 Flagler graduate majored in graphic design – known as commercial art at the time – and figured her fine arts studies would feed her personal, rather than professional, life.
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    Art Building, Markland Cottage win historic preservation awards

    Sep 3
    Flagler College recently earned two honors for its historic preservation efforts on Markland Cottage and the Molly Wiley Art Building.
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    Cuba: Looking back, and forward

    Sep 2
    Communication professor talks about his days as a journalist in Havana, Cuba, meeting Fidel Castro and his thoughts on the future of the communist island
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    Softball, this time fast-pitch, returns to Flagler

    Sep 2
    This fall Flagler is adding a new sport to its roster, although it’s not quite “new.” While the college sported a women’s slow-pitch softball team in the ’70s and ’80s, it is being reincarnated this year as fast-pitch.
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    Singing While You Serve

    Sep 2
    Student Matthew Erley volunteers with international performance group Up With People
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    'Cos' completes last mission

    Sep 2
    Decorated military veteran creates scholarship for English, business majors
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    Bit by the running bug

    Sep 2
    Sometimes the running bug just bites: a 5-kilometer race here, a marathon there. But for Phil Lechner, ’96, the itch to run has been ultra-hard to scratch, and has meant piling on the miles.
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    SAM team wins eighth national title

    Sep 2
    Society for Advancement of Management adviser and retiring faculty member Lou Preysz went out with a bang, leading Flagler’s SAM team to its eighth Management Case Competition national title.
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    Alumni Weekend 2008

    Sep 2
    This past May, Flagler College graduates gathered on campus for Alumni Weekend, and more than 400 helped kick off the event on the new terrace between Markland House and the Ringhaver Student Center. The opening-night reception offered alums a chance to mingle or explore the new student center and play ping pong.
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