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  • 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 the Flagler College Enactus winning its third national championship.

    Finding their Detour

    Sep 25
    Flagler Enactus students win third national championship
  • Helen Whitney

    Whitney discusses ‘A Life in Film’

    Apr 5
    Helen Whitney has spent a lifetime examining people and subjects from all walks of life. The acclaimed writer, producer and director visited Flagler College in November to present “A Life in Film; Spiritual Landscapes,” a retrospective of the last 40 years of her life and work as part of the College’s “Ideas and Images” series.
  • Students working on a computer.

    Out of the Classroom, Into History

    Apr 4
    Faculty and students document the St. Augustine Civil Rights movement in online archive donated by Andrew Young
  • Fall 2012 Flagler College Magazine Cover.

    SIFE takes second place

    Sep 21
    The Flagler College Students In Free Enterprise team (SIFE) finished second at the 2012 SIFE USA National Exposition in May, losing out to Belmont University. The other final four teams included Brigham Young University-Hawaii and Valdosta State University.
  • A picture of Mitt Romney.

    Romney makes stop at Flagler

    Sep 21
    A visit by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney brought a crowd of thousands to Flagler College’s West Lawn on Aug. 13, along with media coverage that spanned the globe.
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Down with Sickness

    Apr 2
    Visiting professor Surinder Paracer explores effect of disease on society
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    The Makings of a Great Teacher

    Apr 2
    Six education department alumni give their take on what it means to teach … and to teach well
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    Flagler student lands fellowship to study Egyptology at University of Chicago

    Oct 4
    Egypt might be a long way from Flagler College, but Nicole Howlett will only have to travel to Chicago in order to study about it. The spring 2011 graduate has been awarded a fellowship into the Egyptology program at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. She will receive full tuition and a $21,000-a-year stipend for living expenses for five years. At Flagler Howlett had a 4.0 grade point average with a major in history and a minor in environmental studies.
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing  and shapes.

    Rethinking education

    Oct 4
    The past several years at Flagler have seen major changes to how students learn … and think
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    SIFE finishes third in national competition

    Oct 4
    The Flagler College Students In Free Enterprise team [SIFE] advanced to the final four and finished as second runner-up at the 2011 SIFE USA National Exposition in May.
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Bestselling Author Pat Conroy visits Flagler

    Mar 4
    Bestselling author Pat Conroy, known for novels “The Prince of Tides” and “The Great Santini,” visited the Flagler’s Writers-in-Residence Program in January, where he spoke to a standing-room-only crowd in the Flagler College Auditorium.
  • A picture of Jenni Peters.

    Teaching the invisible children

    Mar 4
    Flagler graduate and high school teacher plays a part in rebuilding Uganda’s devastated educational system
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    10 years in Tallahassee

    Mar 4
    Flagler College celebrates a decade at its second campus at Tallahassee Community College
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Win-win giving

    Mar 4
    Flagler friends make gift to the college and ensure life income
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Flagler College makes round of 'Jeopardy!'

    Mar 4
    Did you catch it? If you were watching ‘Jeopardy’ on Oct. 20, you might have seen Flagler College pop up in the Double Jeopardy round. The category was “State/College” and there in the box for $2,000 was Flagler College with Ringling School of Art and Design. The question: “What is Florida?” of course.
  • A picture of Andrew Young.

    Andrew Young donates recordings to Flagler to begin civil rights archive

    Mar 4
    Civil rights activist Andrew Young donated interviews from his documentary “Crossing in St. Augustine” to Flagler College in what will begin a new archive chronicling the historic civil rights movement in the Nation’s Oldest City.
  • Jillian McClure on cover of Flagler College Magazine in Summer of 2010.

    Flagler student receives full scholarship to Harvard

    Aug 11
    It’s off to Harvard for Flagler student Katherine Wrisley, who received a full scholarship to Harvard Divinity School, along with a Presidential Scholarship that will cover $10,000 of her living expenses.
  • Jillian McClure on cover of Flagler College Magazine in Summer of 2010.

    SAM Wins Again

    Aug 11
    Society for Advancement of Management team earns ninth national title
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    St. Augustine Restaurant Investor Serves Up Support

    Mar 22
    Local investor James Babcock, a partner in upscale St. Augustine eateries Opus 39 and The Tasting Room, has pledged $250,000 in unrestricted funds to help the students of Flagler College
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