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    • Solarium of Ponce de Leon Hall with table set for dinner

      Hospitality and Tourism Management program to benefit from annual event

      Feb 14
      The annual St. Augustine Spanish Wine Festival is Feb. 15-17 which is exciting for Flagler students for two reasons: experience and funding.
    • Tracy Halcomb holding Impact Docs award

      Halcomb reflects on sabbatical and festival circuit

      Feb 13
      Professor Tracy Halcomb has had a whirlwind 2018 sabbatical, touring the festival circuit with her documentary on women in poker called “Cracking Aces: A Woman’s Place at the Table.” She and the film’s director, James H. Gilmore, have been everywhere to promote the film and have gained many accolades along the way.
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      “Making Sense of Things” exhibition to open during First Friday Art Walk

      Feb 13
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College are pleased to announce a forthcoming exhibition titled, “Making Sense of Things”, which will include recent work by Washington, D.C. area artist, Erin Raedeke. The artist will give a walkthrough of the exhibition on Friday, March 1 at 5 p.m., to be followed by an opening reception until 8 p.m., in conjunction with First Friday Art Walk. These events are free and open to the public. The exhibit will run through April 20.
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      Flagler alumna connects to students through retelling of path to NPR

      Feb 11
      Abby Wendle, ’07, recently visited Flagler College to speak with students about her post-graduate experience. While on campus, she visited two classes, hosted a coffee chat with students, and held a workshop on handling uncertainty.
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      Indigo Symposium to expose untold stories of southeastern plantations

      Feb 6
      From Feb. 21 - 23, Flagler College will host the “Deeper Than Indigo: Southeast Textile Symposium.” The symposium provides an opportunity to investigate the rich history of St. Augustine and the Southeastern United States through the lens of the indigo trade and the repercussions of slavery and colonialism. Programming includes speaking events, a self-guided field trip day, public art project, national juried fiber exhibition, documentary film and a luncheon. All speaking events are free and open to the public. Fees are associated with the luncheon and some field trip experiences.
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      Ideas & Images series explores entrepreneurship

      Feb 4
      On Feb. 18, Mike Williams, chief executive officer for uShip, Austin, will continue the conversation surrounding this year’s theme on “Cultural Resilience and Contemporary America” with his presentation, “Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Twenty-First Century.” The event is free and open to the public.
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      President’s List Reception recognizes highest achieving students

      Jan 31
      On Jan. 31 Flagler College honored its highest achieving students — those who attained placement on the President’s List for their outstanding academic achievements — with a reception in the college’s historic Solarium. These students achieved a 4.0 grade point average with at least 12 hours of graded credit during the Fall 2018 academic semester.
    • Poet Holly Iglesias

      Poet to visit for public reading at Flagler College

      Jan 31
      On Feb. 13 at the Markland House on Flagler College’s campus, poet Holly Iglesias will do a reading at 6 p.m. as part of the Writers-In-Residence series.
    • Set of Big Bang Theory

      Flagler professor attends national television seminar

      Jan 30
      Tracy Halcomb, professor and internship coordinator of communication, spent the week of Nov. 4-9 in Los Angeles for the Television Academy Foundation Faculty Seminar as one of 25 Faculty Seminar Fellows selected from colleges nationwide. The seminar provided attendees the opportunity to meet top executives in television development, production and programming.
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      Professor brings ideas back to the classroom after Paris conference

      Jan 29
      During the winter break in Dec., Associate Professor Chris Balaschak participated in an international symposium on photography and capitalism hosted by the National Institute for Art History and the University of Paris, Pantheon-Sorbonne. He presented a paper on the work of African-American photographer and filmmaker Robert van Lierop during the Mozambique War of Independence during the early 1970s.
    • Alissa Nutting

      Provocative young novelist to read at Crisp-Ellert Art Museum

      Jan 23
      On Feb. 7 at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum on Flagler College’s campus, novelist Alissa Nutting will do a reading as part of the Writers-In-Residence series. The title of her newest book is “Made for Love: A Novel.” The event is free.
    • Paul Stebbins

      National debt and broken political system topic of discussion at next Forum at Flagler

      Jan 22
      On Feb. 5 at the Lewis Auditorium on Flagler College’s campus, Paul Stebbins, a founding member of FixUS, an initiative of the Campaign to Fix the Debt, will present to the public as part of the Forum on Government and Public Policy series. The title of his lecture is “Trillion Dollar Deficits: How the National Debt Symbolizes Our Broken Political System.” The event is free.
    • Alumni baseball

      Alumni baseball game celebrates long history of playing

      Jan 15
      On Saturday, Jan. 19, Flagler College baseball will celebrate the college's 50th anniversary with an alumni baseball game. The game starts at 1 p.m. at Drysdale Field and the public is invited to come out and enjoy.
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      Ideas & Images series continues with two presentations and a workshop

      Jan 15
      On Jan. 31, Marcus DuBois King, Ph.D., and Elizabeth A. Andrews, J.D., will continue the conversation surrounding this year’s theme on “Cultural Resilience and Contemporary America” through two presentations: “Climate Justice: Sea Level Rise and Sinking States” and “Sea Level Rise: Policy Challenges for Coastal Communities.” The event is free and open to the public.
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      Flagler Youth Ministry Program receives $1 million grant from Lilly Endowment

      Jan 14
      Flagler College’s Youth Ministry program has received a $1 million grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc. to begin a new program called “The Missing Voices Project” that will look for new ways to reach young people who are on the margins of society, culture and even the church.
    • Gary P Zola

      American Jewry scholar to give public lecture

      Jan 10
      On Jan. 27 at the Lewis Auditorium on Flagler College’s campus, Gary P. Zola, Rabbi, Ph.D., and Executive Director at The Jacob Rader Marcus Center, will present as part of the Cecile and Gene Usdin, Judeo-Christian Lecture Series. The title of his lecture is “Great Voices, Civil Rights, and American Jews.” The event is free and open to the public.
    • Jason Tetlak

      Flagler alumnus sets Guinness World Record

      Jan 10
      Jason Tetlak, ’00, took his interactive art to new heights by setting the world record for the largest 3D mural. The painting is 90 feet wide by 22 feet tall, totaling 1930 square feet in area. The mural features the faces of the Beastie Boys, including the band’s lyrics “No Sleep Til Brooklyn,” a clever reference to the site of the mural: a neighborhood in Jacksonville called Brooklyn. With a pair of 3D glasses, the image comes to life for viewers.
    • Carrie Dann

      Public lecture featuring NBC News Political Editor Carrie Dann

      Jan 9
      On Jan. 24 at the Lewis Auditorium on Flagler College’s campus, Political Editor for NBC News, Carrie Dann, will present to the public as part of the Forum on Government and Public Policy series. The title of her lecture is “The Great Reshuffle: How Trump Remade the American Electorate.” The event is free.
    • CEAM heroic exhibit

      “Heroic in its ordinariness” group exhibition to open Jan. 18

      Jan 8
      On Jan. 18 the group exhibition “Heroic in its ordinariness” will open with a reception at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum from 5 – 8 p.m. The exhibit is curated by Staci Bu Shea with Crisp-Ellert Director Julie Dickover. It features work from Elizabeth Atterbury, Beverly Buchanan, Taraneh Fazeli, Feminist Health Care Research Group, Carolyn Lazard, Redeem Pettaway, Falke Pisano and Sasha Wortzel. The exhibit runs through Feb. 21.
    • Enactus project Harvesting Hope

      Flagler Enactus starts new agriculture program at St. Johns Youth Academy

      Jan 5
      Flagler College Enactus started Harvesting Hope, a project to benefit boys in partnership with St. Johns Youth Academy, a correctional institute for adolescent males. Enactus is a student-led national organization that promotes entrepreneurship and community-based programs.
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