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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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    Getting to the heart of Communism

    Feb 18
    Most college students would scoff at the idea of spending their summer vacation sleeping on plywood and concrete beds or using a community shower and toilet. But for senior Jessica Griner, achieving a lifelong goal was worth a little discomfort.
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    Wasting away

    Feb 18
    Ultimate Parrot Head Nickerson might just be Jimmy Buffett’s biggest fan
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    Wartime Psychology: Alumna counsels soldiers who are back from war

    Feb 18
    While her peers completed internships in crisp, well-lit offices, Capt. Jessica Parker, Ph.D., wore battle fatigues and slept in a tent during a 106-degree Texas summer. She ate dehydrated food and went without showers for a month. She held her own during convoy operations, firing her weapon and dodging snipers.
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    Not your typical teacher’s salary

    Feb 18
    Alumnus Tim Krajewski wins $180,000 on one of America’s most popular game shows It’s one of the top-rated game shows on television, known for it’s nail-biting decisions, beautiful models and famously bald host. And it has everyone asking, “Deal or No Deal?”
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    Writing with a reason

    Feb 18
    Flagler English major and ‘96 alumna uses her writing skills to help millions of Hispanic Americans find educational resources
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    Rise of technology, death of community

    Feb 18
    Flagler sociology associate professor Mel Barber sees cars, television and air conditioning as forces that pull people apart
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    Lastinger adds experience, ‘vigor and vision’ to Board of Trustees

    Feb 18
    As the latest addition to Flagler College’s Board of Trustees, Delores Lastinger is bringing a passion for education and a unique background in philanthropy to her new role.
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