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    Connecting with community through art

    Dec 1
    Christopher Moore remembers the day his grandmother forgot him. He was in Brazil, in his new home with his parents, when he made the phone call across two continents to California.
  • Princeton Review 2017,

    Flagler ranks second in U.S. News list, featured in Princeton Review

    Dec 1
    Flagler College ranked second in U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 Best Colleges guide for the Best Regional Colleges in the South category, moving up from sixth last year and achieving its highest ranking ever in the publication. High Point University in North Carolina claimed the top spot in the same category. This is the third year Flagler has ranked in the top 10 in the college guide.
  • A picture of Hunter Miller.

    Fighting to protect the coast

    Dec 1
    In environmental activism, you don’t win a lot. But defeat has never stopped St. Augustine activist Hunter Miller, who understands that the fights you do win count big.
  • Ponce Hall at Flagler College.

    Flagler College awarded two state grants for historic preservation

    Dec 1
    Flagler College’s historic Dining Hall, Kenan Hall, Molly Wiley Art Building and Anderson Cottage will be receiving much-needed rehabilitation and preservation work over the next two years, thanks to two state of Florida historic preservation grants totaling $1.5 million.
  • A picture of Butch and Delsia Margraf in front of their cars.

    40,000 Miles Scholarship for Public Administration Blazes a Trail

    Dec 1
    For two and a half years, Butch and Delsia Margraf of Winter Park, Florida, were road warriors. Every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon they would leave their jobs with the City of Winter Park at 2:30 p.m., stop home to take care of their beloved Cocker Spaniel, Freebee, and then make the 200-mile roundtrip journey to Flagler College where the two were enrolled in the Public Administration Program (PAD).
  • A picture of Ante Gospic

    Flagler star goes pro in Europe

    Mar 29
    Former Flagler College men’s basketball player Ante Gospic signed with the prestigious KK Cibona (or Cibona Zagreb) club team located in Zagreb, Croatia earlier this year.??Gospic, a 6-foot-8 forward, played two seasons (2011-13) at Flagler where he earned second-team All-Peach Belt Conference honors in 2013. He is in his third season playing professional basketball.
  • A picture of Marilyn Murray.

    Designing her life

    Mar 29
    When Marilyn de Guehery Murray, ‘08, graduated from Flagler College, she made a conscious decision to buck the system. While many of her peers in the Graphic Design program were gearing up for careers in marketing and advertising that would anchor them in an agency setting or a corporate in-house design department, she set her sights on a career path that would combine her two passions: design and social advocacy.
  • A picture of Kelby Hawn.

    Trailblazers: Moving on up

    Mar 29
    Risk-takers, trendsetters, adventurers. Whatever you call them, these Flagler College alumni are blazing their own unique trails to success.
  • A picture of Peter and Sue Freytag.

    Strengthening student opportunities

    Mar 29
    Thanks to the generosity of Peter and Sue Freytag of Palm Coast, Flagler College has established its second endowed professorship, the Peter and Sue Freytag Distinguished Professors in Business Endowed Fund. This professorship follows the creation of The Craig and Audrey Thorn Distinguished Professor of Religion position, which was awarded to Dr. Timothy J. Johnson in 2014.
  • The palm garden at Flagler with students.

    Flagler's hidden places

    Mar 29
    Flagler College is a bustling campus with its public spaces filled by students, faculty and visitors. But some of Flagler’s most appealing and picturesque spots are those off-the-beaten path.
  • A painting of Drew Dillon.

    A tribute to Drew Dillon

    Mar 29
    Dr. Andrew Dillon, one of Flagler College’s earliest professors, passed away on Nov. 5, 2015, after a lengthy battle with cancer. The English professor joined the college’s faculty in 1972. A book of Dillon’s poetry, “Vital Signs,” was published last summer by Flagler College.
  • Flagler alumna, Dani Gwiazda in her classroom

    Trailblazers: Seeing the Need

    Mar 29
    Risk-takers, trendsetters, adventurers. Whatever you call them, these Flagler College alumni are blazing their own unique trails to success.
  • A drawing of the new residence hall at Flagler College.

    New residence hall at FEC

    Mar 29
    On the verge of its 50th anniversary in 2018, Flagler College is embarking on one of its largest construction projects with a $23 million residence hall, student commons and parking facility designed to meet one of the college’s goals of increasing the number of students living on campus.
  • A picture of Margaret Fenwick.

    Focus on climate

    Mar 29
    Flagler alumna Margaret Fenwick’s dogged determination to achieve her dream job of working for the United Nations landed her at the forefront of the climate change issue last fall — at COP21, the 2015 Paris Climate Conference.
  • Trailblazers: Hank Sauce heating up

    Mar 29
    Risk-takers, trendsetters, adventurers. Whatever you call them, these Flagler College alumni are blazing their own unique trails to success.
  • A picture of Molly Walker.

    Creating a positive social impact

    Mar 29
    Molly Walker, ‘92, loved art and design during her high school days in the late 1980s, but she didn’t think about making a career out of it until technology took it from drafting boards onto computer screens. While a student at Flagler College, jobs in graphic design were popping up everywhere, and it wasn’t long before she switched her major from Deaf Education to Graphic Design.
  • A picture of Howard “Skip” Cole.

    Focused on serving the public

    Mar 29
    This past December marked the 10th year since Flagler College graduated the first class from its Public Administration program. In that decade, Flagler diplomas have become a common sight among law enforcement, government and fire service offices throughout Northeast Florida, and especially St. Johns County.
  • Bill Wood and his family.

    Loyal Lions

    Mar 29
    Loyal donors are key to our mission. The Loyal Lions giving society of Flagler College honors those who provide continuity to our institution by making gifts for a minimum of five consecutive years. Some of our Loyal Lions have been giving to the college for more than 40 years, and we are proud of and grateful to this growing group of Flagler supporters. The list of Loyal Lions is long; here’s an introduction to just a few of the friends who make up this special group.
  • Photo of Justin Forbes, Director of the Youth Ministry Program

    Ministry with a mission

    Mar 29
    There is one item on Justin Forbes’ desk. One. It’s a laptop computer, a rather lonesome-looking tool parked on a wide swath of polished workspace. Bookshelves around the office of the Flagler College Youth Ministry Program are tidy, organized. In fact, the level of orderliness is startling, considering the incredible level of productivity emanating from this little command central on Valencia Street, where Forbes juggles the responsibilities of professor, spiritual mentor, consultant, husband, father, and most recently, director of the Youth Ministry Program.
  • A picture of Joe Riley.

    Looking out for others

    Mar 29
    Alumnus Joe Riley’s passion for defending those who can’t defend themselves stems from his desire to protect one specific group of vulnerable individuals: children.
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