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  • A picture of Nicole Lattuca in front of a frozen lake.

    It takes a village … of artists

    Sep 29
    In a small fishing village off the northern coast of Newfoundland, one alumna is helping pave the way for a sustainable economy. But Nicole Lattuca, ‘01, is not in the industry you would expect: She is neither an investor, nor fisherman, but an artist. 
  • A picture of Mike Gallen with students in the library.

    From the CIA to Flagler

    Sep 29
    Flagler College’s Director of Library Services Michael Gallen is everything you’d expect a librarian to be: smart, quiet and unassuming. But as the old saying goes, don’t judge a book by its cover … because that book could have very well been in the CIA.
  • A picture of President Barack Obama applauding Victoria Bellucci at a podium.

    Flagler freshman introduces Obama at concussion summit

    Sep 29
    Victoria Bellucci spent much of her life as a star on the soccer field, but after five concussions, the incoming Flagler freshman was forced to hang up her cleats.
  • Fall 2014 cover of Flagler College Magazine.

    Moser participates in Dutch art festival

    Sep 29
    A selection by Flagler College Associate Professor of Art Patrick Moser was chosen for the 2014 Urban Explorers Festival in the Netherlands.
  • Flagler unveiled its new soccer stadium seating at the Sept. 2 season opener against Embry-Riddle at Saints Field.

    New soccer stadium unveiled at Saints Field

    Sep 29
    Flagler unveiled its new soccer stadium seating at the Sept. 2 season opener against Embry-Riddle at Saints Field.
  • Flagler alumnus Zach McKenna takes guests on an Eco Tour

    Entrepreneur on the water

    Sep 29
    Alumnus Zach McKenna, ’97, has spent the last 25 years honing his skills as an interpretive naturalist for the purpose of conservation through education.
  • A picture of a homeless person by Sarah Williamson called “Homeless, under 30 and invisible.”

    Flagler students earn two national SPJ Mark of Excellence awards

    Sep 29
    Flagler College Gargoyle students have won two national awards in the Society of Professional Journalists’ Mark of Excellence competition.
  • A picture of Pollard Hall.

    A Salute to the Generous Alumni Supporters of Pollard Hall

    Sep 29
    On Aug. 22, Flagler College celebrated the grand opening of Pollard Hall, the first new academic building to be constructed on campus since the completion of the Proctor Library. Pollard Hall comprises 18,600 square feet in three interconnected two-story structures housing Flagler’s Communication Department and other academic departments. 
  • Princeton Review 2017,

    Flagler ranks high in U.S. News, Princeton Review lists

    Sep 29
    Flagler College ranked 8th on U.S. News & World Report’s 2015 edition of Best Colleges for Best Regional Colleges in the South. Other schools in the top 10 included High Point University in North Carolina, Florida Southern College and the University of the Ozarks in Arizona. There were more than 70 colleges and universities included in the first tier of the South rankings.
  • A picture of Devon Jeffreys on a racetrack.

    Sports gets personal

    Sep 29
    As a content coordinator for media company Athlete Interactive, Devon Jeffreys, ’08, has taken a slightly more personal approach to sports reporting.
  • Tim Johnson in front of Flagler's Memorial Presbyterian Church

    First Endowed Professorship Makes Flagler History

    Sep 29
    In 2014, thanks to a gift from Craig and Audrey Thorn, Flagler celebrates a historic milestone: the creation of the College’s first-ever endowed professorship. The Craig and Audrey Thorn Distinguished Professor of Religion position, which was awarded to Dr. Timothy J. Johnson, marks the first time Flagler has created a named endowed professorship.
  • Fall 2014 cover of Flagler College Magazine.

    Alumni Notes

    Sep 29
    Class of 1977 Frank Novak was recently rehired at Matanzas High School, where he retired a year ago, and is happy to be able to make a difference in the lives of students again. He has enjoyed traveling this past year to Cancun, Mexico, and several other cities throughout Florida, and plans to visit Brigantine Beach, N.J., over the summer. He is single and enjoying life.
  • A picture of Christy Harding and Arianna.

    The gift of life

    Sep 29
    Would you donate your kidney to a complete stranger? Christy Harding did.
  • Fall 2014 cover of Flagler College Magazine.

    Four Couples Named Honorary Alumni

    Sep 29
    The Alumni Association of Flagler College may grant permanent Honorary Alumni status in recognition of conspicuous, ongoing, enduring, and dedicated service on behalf of the College or the Alumni Association. This designation is a very high honor; prior to 2014, only five members of the College community had been conferred this status: Dr. and Mrs. William T. Abare, Jr., Dr. William Proctor, and Pierre and Shirley Thompson. At this year’s Spring Donor Dinner, Flagler welcomed four couples to Honorary Alumni status. 
  • Flagler President William T. Abare Jr. was awarded the Evelyn Fortune Bartlett Award, which goes to an individual “whose life exemplifies the guardianship of Florida’s historic properties through philosophy and actions.”

    Trusted for Preservation

    Sep 29
    A multimillion-dollar project to restore the former Hotel Ponce de Leon’s Solarium has been recognized as one of the state’s top historic preservation projects. 
  • Alumnus Ryan Dettra uses business skills to launch one of Florida’s first distilleries in St. Augustine

    The Entrepreneurial Spirit

    Sep 29
    There are only a handful of craft distilleries in Florida. It’s a venture not for the faint of heart. Between competing with the big dogs (i.e. Captain Morgan, Smirnoff, Johnnie Walker) to following painstaking, authentic procedures, making small-batch spirits is something not many entrepreneurs take on.  
  • A picture of Eric Hoffman.

    Faculty Q&A with Eric Hoffman

    Sep 29
    Eric Hoffman has only just finished his first year at Flagler College, but the associate professor of communication is wasting no time making an impact.
  • Kayla Hoelzel, Jessey Mitchell and Brittany Kassis present at the Embry Riddle conference

    Research on the Rise

    Sep 29
    For the second year in a row, Flagler College students took home the Excellence in Undergraduate Research Award at an April psychology conference held at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. And while many may not equate research with a liberal arts college, work much like that done by students Kayla Hoelzel, Jessey Mitchell and Brittany Kassis, is becoming common at Flagler College.
  • Flagler sophomore Madyson Rynne works at the school in Mexico.

    Deaf education students get hands-on learning at Mexican school

    Sep 29
    In 2011, the small Mexican town of San Miguel de Allende established a school for deaf students, the first of its kind in the area. Last spring, a group of Flagler College deaf education students traveled to San Miguel for a week to help the school take its next steps.
  • Elizabeth “Mookie” Whitten spends her time working in a small village in Laos.

    Flagler scholarship helps student pursue teaching overseas

    Sep 29
    An $800 scholarship might not sound like much, but for Flagler College junior Elizabeth “Mookie” Whitten and a small village in Laos, it makes a world of difference.
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