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  • Flagler College Athletic Director Jud Damon on Spring 2014 Magazine cover

    C-SPAN’s interactive bus stops by Flagler

    Apr 11
    The C-SPAN Bus, the cable network’s traveling interactive multimedia center, popped in for a visit at Flagler College on Dec. 5 to let students check out its touchscreen computers and tune into live feeds of broadcasts.
  • Students and professors who worked on the Civil Rights Library stand with Andrew Young.

    Flagler unveils Civil Rights Library of St. Augustine

    Apr 11
    In time for the 50th anniversary of the passing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Flagler has launched the Civil Rights Library of St. Augustine.
  • Flagler College Athletic Director Jud Damon on Spring 2014 Magazine cover

    Cummer Museum exhibit featuring Flagler faculty and alumni

    Apr 11
    The Cummer Museum of Art in Jacksonville is featuring a new exhibit called “Our Shared Past” that showcases a strong contingent of Flagler artists.
  • Flagler College Athletic Director Jud Damon on Spring 2014 Magazine cover

    An app for autism

    Apr 11
    Flagler design students create prototypes for speech and language therapy
  • A photo taken by one of the ARC members.

    Unaffected Vision

    Apr 11
    For many, it was the first time picking up a camera. Twelve physically and intellectually disabled students from The Arc of St. Johns in St. Augustine began a project to share a piece of their lives through photography.
  • Spring 2014 Cover for the Flagler College Magazine

    President's Message: Accomplishments and successes are what define Flagler College

    Apr 8
    As many of you already know, Flagler College has been dealing with an unfortunate situation involving misreported admissions data. While this serious incident has been one of the most difficult challenges of my presidency, it has not diminished in any way Flagler College’s proud history of providing an outstanding educational experience for students.
  • Fall 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover with a desk next to a lake.

    Nolan does journalism his way

    Sep 28
    As a senior writer at news and gossip blog Gawker, Hamilton Nolan has a keyboard and the ability to write, well, pretty much anything he wants.
  • Alex Bonus lands internship with Big Bird.

    Taking it to the Street

    Sep 28
    Alex Bonus lands internship with Big Bird Lots of kids grew up learning their ABCs from “Sesame Street,” but Alex Bonus, ‘12, is getting his master’s degree while learning from Big Bird all over again.
  • Palm Coast residents Peter and Sue Freytag are no strangers to investing. Peter is a retired vice president of Common Stocks for State Farm, having served the company for 39 years.

    Freytags lend support to Flagler’s new Pollard Hall

    Sep 26
    Palm Coast residents Peter and Sue Freytag are no strangers to investing. Peter is a retired vice president of Common Stocks for State Farm, having served the company for 39 years.
  • A picture of three people in the play “The Ape Woman” by May van Oskan.

    Alumna getting rave reviews for rock Opera ‘The Ape Woman’

    Sep 26
    What do an English degree and circus arts have in common? Ask May van Oskan. A 2007 Flagler graduate, Oskan transformed her love for narrative and her fascination with freaks into a full-fledged rock opera production called, “The Ape Woman.”
  • Fall 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover with a desk next to a lake.

    Athletics Hall of Fame celebrates 10 years with five new inductees

    Sep 26
    Flagler College held its 10th annual Athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony in May, adding five new members:
  • Craig and Audrey Thorn passed away exactly two years apart: he on Dec. 17, 2010, and she on Dec. 17, 2012. Friends say that’s just how they did things — high school sweethearts and married for 59 years, where one went, the other would soon follow.

    Architects of Generosity

    Sep 26
    Bequest builds on Thorn legacy at Flagler College Craig and Audrey Thorn passed away exactly two years apart: he on Dec. 17, 2010, and she on Dec. 17, 2012. Friends say that’s just how they did things — high school sweethearts and married for 59 years, where one went, the other would soon follow.
  • A picture of Steve Melia on a baseball field wearing a New York Yankees jersey.

    Flagler alumnus chronicles ‘Almost Epic Journey’

    Sep 26
    To say Steve Melia is a baseball fan could be the understatement of the century. The 1992 Flagler College alumnus is the author of “162: The Almost Epic Journey of a Yankees Superfan,” chronicling his journey to attend all 162 New York Yankee games during the 2011 season.
  • A picture of the Flagler College Enactus winning its third national championship.

    Finding their Detour

    Sep 25
    Flagler Enactus students win third national championship
  • The Ringhaver family’s influence is felt throughout Flagler College – from the Ringhaver Student Center to service on the Board of Trustees. Recently, Randal Ringhaver, an executive committee member of the Board of Trustees, strengthened this bond further by establishing the Elaine Ringhaver Riggle Women’s Golf Scholarship in memory of his late mother.

    Ringhaver Women’s Golf Scholarship Announced

    Sep 25
    The Ringhaver family’s influence is felt throughout Flagler College – from the Ringhaver Student Center to service on the Board of Trustees. Recently, Randal Ringhaver, an executive committee member of the Board of Trustees, strengthened this bond further by establishing the Elaine Ringhaver Riggle Women’s Golf Scholarship in memory of his late mother.
  • Dr. Gerald “Jerry” Gamache, former associate professor of Psychology at Flagler, passed away in Jacksonville this past May.

    Remembering Jerry Gamache

    Sep 24
    Dr. Gerald “Jerry” Gamache, former associate professor of Psychology at Flagler, passed away in Jacksonville this past May. He joined Flagler as a visiting instructor in 1992, and was hired full-time in 1996. A recognized authority on the effects of radiation, he headed the U.S. Government’s Defense Nuclear Agency Team and studied the effects of the nuclear reactor explosion in Chernobyl through numerous trips to the area. 
  • A picture of more than 800 incoming Flagler College freshmen during the convocation ceremony.

    Flagler College kicks off new First-Year program with 800 freshmen

    Sep 24
    More than 800 incoming Flagler College freshmen were handed railroad spikes — a symbol of Henry Flagler’s legacy — as they entered their convocation ceremony this fall. The gesture was meant to represent the students’ college education as the first spike in their own life legacy.
  • Fall 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover with a desk next to a lake.

    Flagler names alumna vice president of Institutional Advancement

    Sep 24
    Dr. Beverly “Bev” Copeland Carmichael has been appointed Vice President of Institutional Advancement at Flagler College. Carmichael is a 1972 alumna of Flagler.
  • Fall 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover with a desk next to a lake.

    Alumni Award winners

    Sep 24
    The Alumni Awards were initiated in 1999 to honor those who have made significant contributions to their fields, the college or their communities. Every spring, the awards are presented to deserving alumni at the Alumni Weekend banquet.
  • Johan Schwartz, pictured in front of his car, ’93, shattered the world record in drifting.

    The Fast and Furious

    Sep 24
    Alumnus johan Schwartz drifts his way into record books
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