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    Hurricane Advisory: Flagler College residence halls reopen Saturday; classes resume Monday

    Sep 14
    Update on residence halls reopening and classes resuming
  • Flagler cancels Public Policy Forum lecture

    Sep 10
    Due to Hurricane Irma and the clean-up efforts in its aftermath, Flagler College has cancelled its Forum on Government and Public Policy lecture with Nicholas Johnston on Thursday, Sept. 14. The talk, by one of the founding editors of online media company Axios, will be rescheduled and announced at a later date.
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    Scholar of interreligious understanding to speak at Flagler College on Sept. 25

    Sep 5
    Dr. Lucinda Mosher, a moral theologian who focuses mainly on interreligious understanding, will be delivering a talk at Flagler College on Monday, Sept. 25. She will be discussing the interplay between scribal traditions, certain visual arts, community narratives and stories of exemplars of holy living.
  • Flagler College student on President's List honored during ceremony

    President's List students honored during ceremony

    Aug 31
    Flagler College recently 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 spring 2017 academic semester. Students achieving the Flagler College President’s List Honor, as well as the Flagler College President’s List Honor in the college’s Public Administration Program, are:
  • Sculpture at the sight of the My Lai Massacre in Vietnam

    Film screening, panel discussion to explore many perspectives of Vietnam War conflict

    Aug 30
    Flagler College’s Dr. Michael Butler, along with WJCT and Florida Humanities Council, will host a film screening and panel discussion on the new documentary “The Vietnam War” on Wednesday, Sept. 6 at Flagler College.
  • Lewis-Wiley scholars strive to help others in need while excelling in academics

    Aug 30
    This year’s Lewis-Wiley Scholarship recipients share something in common, beyond their outstanding ability to juggle academics and extra-curricular activities. Kamrin Bunn and Ryan Muscarella both have a passion for saving lives.
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    Crisp-Ellert announces third Artist Resident Jamilah Sabur

    Aug 25
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum welcomes its Fall 2017 Artist Resident Jamilah Sabur, whose work tends to focus on the social, economic and environmental justice issues surrounding the dynamics of locations such as South Florida and the greater Caribbean region.
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    First Forum lecture at Flagler to focus on online journalism during Trump era

    Aug 25
    Flagler College’s Forum on Government and Public Policy kicks off its lectures series on Thursday, Sept. 14, with a talk on the complexities of building a media company during the Trump presidency.
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    Southern Living magazine lists Flagler College as one of most beautiful colleges in South

    Aug 23
    For the second time in a week, Flagler College has been named to a prominent magazine’s list of most beautiful colleges — this time in Southern Living. Last week, Cosmopolitan Magazine released its list of “30 of the Most Beautiful College Campuses in the World,” and top on the list was Flagler College.
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    Flagler College’s President Dr. Joseph Joyner welcomes new students during convocation ceremony

    Aug 22
    Flagler College officially welcomed nearly 800 new students to the Flagler family Tuesday evening, during the college’s annual convocation ceremony in Lewis Auditorium. The students clutched railroad spikes, symbolic of their Flagler journey, as they listened to new President Dr. Joseph Joyner share his vision of great leadership and the core values that define the college.
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    Ideas and Images series to kick off with talk on impact of World War I on St. Augustine

    Aug 21
    Flagler College will kick-off its series Ideas & Images: Scholars and Artists-in-Residence with a talk on “The Impact of the Great War on St. Augustine: America’s European City” on Tuesday, Sept. 5.
  • A picture of three people moving into Flagler College on move in day.

    Flagler College launches new academic year, opens Abare Hall

    Aug 21
    See photos of Move-In Day New and returning students have arrived to Flagler College’s campus for the 2017-2018 academic year. Approximately 760 first-year students moved into residence halls this past weekend, and upperclassmen are returning early this week.
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    Flagler College named by Cosmopolitan Magazine as one of world’s most beautiful campuses

    Aug 17
    Cosmopolitan Magazine released its list of “30 of the Most Beautiful College Campuses in the World,” and top on the list was Flagler College.
  • A picture of Abare hall.

    Abare Hall opens this weekend

    Aug 17
    Abare Hall, part of Flagler College's largest-ever construction project, will open its doors to upperclassmen this weekend after 15 months of work. The new residence hall, named after retired President Dr. William T. Abare Jr., sits on the west side of the college’s existing FEC Residence Halls on the banks of St. Augustine’s San Sebastian River. It houses 159 students in 75 suites.
  • New faculty members for 2017-2018 standing on steps of building.

    New faculty members for 2017-2018 year announced

    Aug 17
    Flagler College recently welcomed 14 faculty members to campus. Those individuals with a “Visiting Lecturer” title represent a new rank, elevating former adjunct instructors to full-time teaching and advising responsibilities.
  • Popular St. Augustine restaurant funds first Hospitality and Tourism Management scholarship

    Aug 14
    Flagler College’s Hospitality and Tourism Management program is growing — in size, community support and now scholarship assistance, thanks to its first scholarship donor. The Columbia Restaurant Group, owner of St. Augustine’s downtown Columbia Restaurant, recently agreed, for five years, to fund a $2,500 annual scholarship to deserving students majoring in Hospitality and Tourism Management. The decision to fund the scholarship was conceived by Richard Gonzmart, a fourth-generation co-owner of the famed Florida restaurant.
  • Study Abroad in Russia: Exploring a tumultuous past during revolution's centennial

    Aug 14
    This summer Flagler College students had the unique opportunity to study the 100-year anniversary of the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, in which the imperial government of Russia was overthrown, when they visited St. Petersburg and Moscow.
  • A black and white abstract artwork by Gamaliel Rodriguez.

    Crisp-Ellert Art Museum launches new academic year with work of Puerto Rican artist

    Aug 11
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum at Flagler College will kick off the 2017-2018 academic year with Gamaliel Rodriguez’s exhibition, “A Third Way to Look at You.” The artist’s work delves further into the aesthetics and ideas explored in a 2015 series titled “Figures,” which feature indeterminate architectural structures that are overrun by an encroaching landscape.
  • Flagler student receives UPS scholarship

    Aug 10
    Flagler College sophomore student Sanad El-Farhan was awarded a $2,750 UPS Scholarship for the second year in a row by the Florida Independent College Fund and its national partner, the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC). El-Farhan is from St. Augustine and is majoring in Business Administration.
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    Gargoyle wins website award in journalism contest  

    Aug 7
    The Gargoyle, the Flagler College’s student-led online newspaper, won first place for Best Website in the Society of Professional Journalists Florida Chapter’s 2017 Sunshine State Awards. The publication took the top award ahead of University of Miami and Lynn University. This also marks the 100th award for The Gargoyle and its staff, all won in the last decade. The Gargoyle's student editors are Mallory Hopkins, Julie Householder and Katie Garwood.
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