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  • Greg Bamford and his daughter, Sophia.

    Developing the entrepreneurial spirit

    Sep 29
    How does a Flagler alumnus with a business degree end up owning one of the top adventure travel resorts in Nicaragua? For Greg Bamford, ‘89, it all started with an idea he dreamed up during his freshman year at Flagler. Now, almost 30 years later, his entrepreneurial spirit is going strong in Mango Rosa Resort Nicaragua.
  • Fall 2014 cover of Flagler College Magazine

    Remembering Rachel Lloyd, '89

    Sep 29
    Rachel Lloyd passed away unexpectedly on July 23, 2014. Rachel lived in Winter Park and worked at Florida Hospital Memorial Medical, where she was loved and recognized as a warm, compassionate and loyal friend. An accounting and mathematics major at Flagler, she was an active member of the Alumni Association and attendee of Flagler College events. Her family has set up an annual scholarship in her name at Flagler College.
  • A picture of Walter Shinn.

    Goodbye to a tennis legend

    Sep 29
    After 35 years as the head women’s tennis coach and five national titles, Flagler College’s Walter Shinn has finally called it a match. Shinn retired at the end of the spring season. 
  • “The Encyclopedia of Epic Films” graphic.

    Wilson, Santas publish ‘Epic’ encyclopedia on films

    Sep 29
    Soon after film came into existence, the term “epic” was used to describe productions that were lengthy, spectacular, filled with action and often filmed in exotic locales with large casts and staggering budgets.
  • Walter Shinn and Colin Crothers inducted into Athletics Hall of Fame.

    Flagler College inducted two tennis greats at the 11th annual Athletics Hall of Fame

    Sep 29
    Colin Crothers, ‘84 – men’s tennis Crothers was a three-time NAIA All-American from 1982-84. In 1982 and 1983, he reached the national quarterfinals, and in 1984, he and Peter Ryan advanced to the NAIA doubles finals. Currently, Crothers is in his 16th season as the head women’s tennis coach at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C. 
  • Bozard, Dubois and Simmons recognized for career achievements and service at 2014 Alumni Awards

    Three recognized for career achievements and service at 2014 Alumni Awards

    Sep 29
    Letti Bozard, ‘97, received the Community Service Award, which is presented to alumni who have demonstrated outstanding contributions serving their community.
  • A picture of Sally Blake.

    Blake finds her way to Sesame Street

    Jul 14
    Science education for kids has always been a passion for Sally Blake. Now, that passion has landed her a role in trying to figure out how better to bring it to viewers of the popular PBS show, “Sesame Street.”
  • Flagler College Athletic Director Jud Damon on Spring 2014 Magazine cover

    Exhibit spotlights African American folk art

    Apr 11
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum opened a unique exhibit this spring that brought together folk art from four well-known African American vernacular artists.
  • Flagler College Athletic Director Jud Damon on Spring 2014 Magazine cover

    Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist speaks at Flagler’s ‘Ideas and Images’ series

    Apr 11
    Twice a week, millions of newspaper readers around the country seek out the voice of Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. In March, he could be found at Flagler College where he spoke at the college’s Ideas and Images: Visiting Scholars and Artists speaker series. This year the program focused on “Race and the American South.”
  • The Tinlin Family

    All in the Family

    Apr 11
    Flagler College is just 45 years old, yet already the young institution has amassed a coterie of families who have seen multiple members — and sometimes multiple generations — graduate from the college.
  • Flagler College Athletic Director Jud Damon on Spring 2014 Magazine cover

    Mundy, Women's Cross Country land spot at nationals for first time in NCAA

    Apr 11
    For the first time in the NCAA era, the women’s cross country team, and the top runner for the men’s team, qualified for a national championship.
  • A picture of Economics Professor Felix Livingston

    Honorable Entrepreneurship

    Apr 11
    Livingston teaching young entrepreneurs the ways of honorable business By Tom Iacuzio, ‘06 Photos by Scott Smith, ‘04
  • Flagler College Athletic Director Jud Damon on Spring 2014 Magazine cover

    Alumni Notes

    Apr 11
    Class of 1976 Doug Potkay is head varsity coach of the boys and girls tennis teams at The Pennington Prep School in Pennington, N.J. He helped guide the boys varsity tennis team to win their first New Jersey state B prep championship since 1994. Daughter, Meghan, is engaged and planning an April 2014 wedding in Sea Isle City, N.J.
  • A picture of Detective Dwight Murphy

    Uncovering fraud

    Apr 11
    Turns out 2013 was a pretty good year for Detective Dwight Murphy — and a bad year for criminals trying to defraud insurance companies in the state of Florida. 
  • Flagler alumnus, Vincent D’Agostino sitting in front of the White House

    From Swaziland to the White House

    Apr 11
    Vincent D’Agostino’s passion for HIV/AIDS education has followed him from disease-stricken villages in Swaziland, Africa, all the way to Pennsylvania Avenue. 
  • A picture of Lou DuBois in front of NBC Studios.

    Getting social with NBC

    Apr 11
    If you were following NBC News’ digital coverage of the Sochi Winter Olympics, what you may not have realized was the man behind the social media scenes was Flagler alumnus Lou Dubois, ‘06
  • Flagler College Athletic Director Jud Damon on Spring 2014 Magazine cover

    Alumni Events Round Up

    Apr 11
    Nights of Lights More than 300 alumni and their families took part in the traditional Nights of Lights Alumni Reception at Markland House in November. They enjoyed holiday treats, carols and each other’s company while taking in the beautiful lighting of the city.
  • Artists' rendering of Pollard Hall

    All in on Pollard Hall

    Apr 11
    Flagler College is celebrating a historic milestone — the construction of Pollard Hall, the College’s first new academic structure since 1996. The building will offer classroom space to a wide range of disciplines and will replace the Communication building. 
  • A picture of Jud Damon in the locker room.

    Good sport

    Apr 11
    Athletic Director Jud Damon wins NCAA’s prestigious award for sportsmanship By Tom Iacuzio, ‘06 Photos by Zach Thomas, ‘00
  • Picture of Flagler College at sunset.

    Best College Towns

    Apr 11
    Flagler and St. Augustine make Travel+Leisure’s list of America’s best college towns
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