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    A look inside Pollard Hall

    Sep 29
    Flagler College’s newest building is actually a structure designed to look like it’s been around for hundreds of years. The 18,600 square-foot Pollard Hall on Cordova Street replaces the college’s former Communication Building that once sat on the site. Actually three inter-connected buildings, the complex is designed to fit in with St. Augustine’s historic Spanish architecture.
  • 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.
  • 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

    An app for autism

    Apr 11
    Flagler design students create prototypes for speech and language therapy
  • A picture of the Parents Leadership Council.

    Engaging families

    Apr 11
    Kim and Jon Wheeler’s son, Price, had his sights set on a different college. But when Price took a spur-of-the-moment trip from his home state of Virginia to visit Flagler College during his senior year of high school, he took just a few steps around campus and turned to his mom: “This is it,” he said. 
  • A picture of the Flagler College Enactus winning its third national championship.

    Finding their Detour

    Sep 25
    Flagler Enactus students win third national championship
  • 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.
  • A picture of a 30–foot-long mosaic fountain.

    Students design mosaic for welcome center

    Apr 5
    When Flagler College’s new Admissions and Financial Aid center, Hanke Hall, opened for business in August 2012, one of the first things prospective students saw was the work of those who came before them: a 30–foot-long mosaic fountain which resides in the building’s courtyard.
  • Brianna Angelakis works on an oil painting of a woman

    Artist Brianna Angelakis

    Apr 4
    Senior’s interest in painting and literature bringing success in the art world
  • 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.
  • Fall 2012 Flagler College Magazine Cover.

    Flagler grad Al DiMartino scores success in ‘Newyorkland’

    Sep 21
    A New York stage equipped to merge film performance, visual arts, simulated firearms and mirrors isn’t exactly where Al DiMartino, ‘10, thought he would find himself just a couple of years out of school.
  • Bill Clinton stops for a photo with students.

    Former President Bill Clinton makes appearance on campus

    Sep 21
    While in town for a lecture at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre in March, Former President Bill Clinton stopped outside of the Flagler College Communication Building to pose with students from Communication Chair Tracy Halcomb’s TV Production class.
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Solving Cold Cases

    Apr 2
    Two public administration graduates help St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office land a grant to solve cold cases
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Bubble Thoughts

    Apr 2
    What’s on your mind? Students returning to campus in the fall of 2011 got a chance to give the world a little piece of their mind thanks to some chalk and black plywood “thought bubbles.” Dreamed up by Holly Hill, ‘02, assistant director of College Relations, the idea was part of the college’s Day of Welcome program, where new and returning students met faculty and staff on the West Lawn and got better acquainted with the campus.
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Volleyball, soccer return to winning ways in 2011

    Apr 2
    Volleyball  The Flagler College volleyball team finished the season ranked No. 14 in the final American Volleyball Coaches Association’s (AVCA) Division II Top 25 poll. The ranking was the highest ever achieved by the program. Flagler wrapped up its season with a 31-7 record and an appearance in the elite eight at the NCAA Division II Women’s Volleyball National Tournament before falling to Cal State San Bernardino.
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    Culture Shock in the Rainforest

    Oct 4
    Students thrive on service learning trip to the jungles of Ecuador
  • 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.

    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.
  • Students work on production

    Veterans and Flagler students team up to produce documentary on Vietnam

    Mar 4
    Harry Mansford, a Vietnam Veteran and St. Johns Country resident, says he can still hear a helicopter well before anyone else can.
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