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    • Richard Groux headshot

      Groux becomes first alum to head Flagler Board of Trustees

      May 12
      It’s a milestone that hasn’t been lost on Richard Groux Jr. In a year that Flagler College celebrated its 50th anniversary, he also became chair of the college’s Board of Trustees – the first time in Flagler history that an alumnus has held the distinction.
    • Elizabeth Pape headshot

      Alumna determined to change conversation surrounding fashion

      May 12
      A student of art history and political science, Elizabeth Pape graduated Flagler with a liberal arts degree in 2012. She turned her passion for art and storytelling into a business with the creation of Elizabeth Suzann, a fashion company that prides itself on authenticity, functionality and sustainability.
    • Jesse Unruh headshot

      Philosophy/Religion alumnus creates law firm powered by technology

      May 12
      Born and raised in Florida, Jesse Unruh graduated from Flagler in 2004 with a degree in Philosophy and Religion. He then earned his master’s in philosophy from the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom. In 2011, he graduated second in his class from Florida State University College of Law.
    • Jason Tetlak leaning against mural close up

      Flagler alumnus sets Guinness World Record

      May 12
      Jason Tetlak, ‘00, took his interactive art to new heights by setting the Guinness World Record for the largest 3D mural.
    • Students sitting outside for class, VW van in background.

      First Class Stories

      Jan 4
      Flagler’s charter class looks back on 50 years
    • Flagler Magazine cover Winter 2019

      50 Alumni of Distinction

      Jan 4
      Flagler Alumni who are making a difference in Florida, across the U.S., and beyond
    • Jennifer Saviano

      For former ‘Bachelor’ contestant Jennifer Saviano, success comes with leaps of faith

      Oct 18
      Jennifer Saviano, ‘12, doesn’t shy away from the spotlight. In fact, despite being a self-proclaimed introvert, she’s learned to embrace it.
    • A picture of Rob Mccarty

      Flagler alum forges his own waves at surf company

      Oct 18
      Rob McCarty was five years old when he picked up a surfboard in his hometown of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Thanks to his passion, and a degree from Flagler College, he’s yet to put one down.
    • A picture of Flagler College's new Alumni House

      Anderson Cottage to open for alumni and students

      Oct 18
      Flagler College alumni will soon have a place to call home on campus as the new Alumni House at Anderson Cottage prepares to open. Located on Sevilla Street between the Proctor Library and the Ringhaver Student Center, it will be transformed into a central meeting hub for local and visiting alumni.
    • Patrick Perkins with his dog at Microsoft.

      Alumnus’ can-do attitude leads him to head of marketing for Microsoft’s education division

      Oct 18
      Flagler grad Patrick Perkins, ‘02, is heading up Microsoft’s marketing efforts in the company’s Education division, and his rise in the Fortune 500 company is in no small part due to two core principles he’s practiced since college: work hard and trust your instincts.
    • A picture of Katrina Roddenberry in zero gravity.

      Flagler grad shoots for the stars with NASA program

      Oct 18
      Many scientists dream of working for an organization like NASA. For one Flagler College Tallahassee graduate, that dream has become a reality. Eighth-grade science teacher Katrina Roddenberry, ‘08, became a member of the inaugural Space Exploration Educator Crew this year, sponsored by Space Center Houston. She was one of 36 teachers from across the country chosen for the elite group, which is an extension of the Space Exploration Educator Conference.
    • A picture of April Wallace looking at a globe.

      Flagler grad is Teacher of the Year at Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind

      Oct 18
      When April Wallace, ‘08, teaches her visually-impaired students about the nature of ducks, she has them feel how water wicks off their feathers to stay dry. To convey the properties of atoms, she has the students themselves represent molecules. To guide students in measuring angles, she creates 90-degree angles by making an “L” on their hand with their thumb and index finger.
    • A picture of Terri Samson teaching.

      Flagler alum receives governor’s award for teaching

      Oct 18
      In the seventh grade, Flagler College alumna Terri Samson, ‘05, watched a film that shaped the trajectory of her life. “Mr. Holland’s Opus” is a movie about a music teacher obsessed with leaving behind a musical legacy. Only, it wasn’t the main storyline that grabbed her, but rather a subplot about the lead character’s difficult relationship with his deaf son.
    • A picture of Grayden Moore on an orange and white title page.

      Turning tragedy into advocacy

      Oct 18
      On Oct. 9, 2004, Grayden Moore, ‘03, was skateboarding down a long, steep road on the Gold Coast in Australia when his board wobbled and gave way beneath him. He bounced on his head three times and was knocked unconscious, leaving him without a heartbeat and blood flowing from his ears and mouth. He was not wearing a helmet.