Skip to Main content
  • Three female students looking at camera in front of the fountain wall on campus.

    Philanthropic group of Flagler women award scholarships

    Apr 10
    Flagler College’s Women of Vision Advisory Board recently awarded scholarships for the 2019 - 2020 academic year to seven female students. Peyton Beasley, Brenna DeBlasio, Phaedra DeJarnette, Lindsay Giliam, Charlene Nowotny and Autumn Parker all received the Women of Vision $3,000 scholarship. Morgan Hutchison was selected as the Robin Cooper Women of Vision Scholar with an award of $5,000. The newly created scholarship honors the Women of Vision co-founder who passed away last fall. The winner must exemplify Robin Cooper’s legacy of generosity and genuine concern for others through community service and campus engagement.
  • Five students in front of a presentation screen with professor Paula Holanchock accept their first place award.

    11th first place finish for Society for Advancement of Management

    Apr 8
    Society for Advancement of Management (SAM) Flagler College team landed its 11th first place championship at the case national competition in Orlando. The student team was Michelle Claas, Jaydie Allen, Taylor Johnson, Brandon Chaisson and Jason Williams.
  • Graphic of newspaper

    Dread Scott Artist Talk will examine American society

    Apr 8
    On April 18 at 6 p.m. in the Virginia Room of the Ringhaver Student Center, artist Dread Scott will give an Artist’s Talk on the subject of his own work. Dread Scott makes art to propel history forward. His work takes multiple forms and addresses issues such as race, incarceration, war, government repression and revolution. Using his work as a subject, Scott’s lecture will address the nature of American society and examine how the past not only conditions the present but resides in the present in new form.
  • Graphic of newspaper

    Flagler College - Tallahassee students move on to national competition for second year in a row

    Apr 4
    Two students from Flagler College - Tallahassee will travel to San Antonio, Texas in June to compete against more than 1,800 of America’s best and brightest college students at the Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) National Leadership Conference. This will be the college’s second national showing in the three years since the chapter was formed.
  • Graphic of newspaper

    Building a legacy one crosswalk at a time

    Apr 4
    When Colton Neubauer interned for the vice mayor of St. Augustine last Fall, he could never have expected one idea about a crosswalk to blossom into the large impact it has already had on Flagler’s campus and the community at large. He built a crosswalk, but it became more than that. It became a gateway to a bigger conversation about how he cares for people. His desire to not only listen to students’ concerns but to take action, led him to speak at the Safe Streets Summit about mobility.
  • Two students carrying debris walking away from camera with it.

    Spring break is for doing good and working hard

    Apr 3
    When other students may be soaking up the sun’s rays and winding down from a busy semester, a group of 10 students instead sacrificed their spring break to give back in hurricane-ravaged Bay County, Fla.
  • Graphic of newspaper

    Johnson reaffirmed for council

    Mar 29
    Dr. Tim Johnson, Craig and Audrey Thorn Distinguished Professor of Religion, will continue his position as chair of the Research Advisory Council at the Franciscan Institute of St. Bonaventure University for a second term. As part of a Catholic university, the Franciscan Institute engages in the scholarly study of Franciscan philosophy and theologians through research and publication.
  • Sarah Schark in waders in cordgrass taking notes on her research outside.

    Even with a rejected hypothesis, these CES majors still find value in conducting research

    Mar 28
    Coastal Environmental Science majors Taryn Chaya, ’19, and Sarah Schark, ’20, spent their fall semester knee deep in salt marshes at Fort Mose Historic State Park. As part of a project in their Field Methods course, the two students studied periwinkle snail populations and their relationship to cordgrass height at Fort Mose. They hypothesized that individual cordgrass height would decrease as the number of snails increased, due to a potentially harmful fungi farmed by the snails.
  • Two students, one sitting in a chair and the other behind him, rehearsing for the production of

    A bit of a different take on a modern classic

    Mar 26
    Flagler College’s Theatre Arts students will perform a Theater for Young Adults classic coming of age story from the Lois Lowry novel, “The Giver.” The production will be shown from April 10 to 13 at 7:30 p.m. and April 14 at 2 p.m. in the Lewis Auditorium at 14 Granada Street. It is directed by Visiting Assistant Professor Leah Page.
  • Graphic of newspaper

    Gargoyle wins Society of Professional Journalists regional “Mark of Excellence” nomination

    Mar 22
    Flagler College students earned top nominations earlier in March from the Society of Professional Journalists. Flagler College Gargoyle was once again a finalist in the Best Independent Online Student Publication category. Other finalists included Vida Magazine from the University of Alabama (winner) and SCAD Connector at Savannah College of Art and Design. This year’s lead editor is Katie Garwood.
  • Graphic of newspaper

    Giving challenge accepted, records smashed in Flagler’s annual fundraising event

    Mar 22
    Flagler College hosted its fourth annual Giving Day in a 50 hour period starting Wednesday, March 13. The result is $121,443 in smashed records across the board, including the participation of 1,323 donors which is triple last year’s record of 397.
  • Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries headshot

    Civil Rights history expert to speak on campus

    Mar 21
    On March 28 at 6 p.m. in the Flagler Room on Flagler College’s campus, Hasan Kwame Jeffries, Ph.D., associate professor at The Ohio State University, will present to the public “American Amnesia: Why We Hate History and Love Nostalgia.” The event is free.
  • Headshot of Willie Johns in his legal robes.

    Willie Johns walking tour at Castillo de San Marcos

    Mar 21
    In conjunction with artist Wendy Red Star's artist residency, and in partnership with the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, Willie Johns of the Seminole Tribe of Florida will give a walking tour of sites in St. Augustine that hold significance to the Seminole Tribe on Monday, April 8 at 6 p.m. This event will include a tour of the Castillo de San Marcos as well as locations nearby. Space is limited to 40 people, and registrations are required. RSVP to 904-826-8530 or jdickover@flagler.edu.
  • Headshot of Sylvia Longmire

    Power of the Purse® event to expand horizons

    Mar 21
    The 5th annual Power of the Purse® event on May 9 will follow the popular format that guests have enjoyed in the past, such as a cocktail/mocktail reception, a silent auction of designer handbags, a fine jewelry raffle, luncheon in the historic dining hall and a noteworthy speaker. This year, however, the Flagler College Women of Vision Advisory Board plans to broaden the scope of the fundraiser, which raises money for scholarships for deserving female students at the college.
  • Headshot of Dr. Rasha Soliman

    Fulbright Scholar to visit Flagler, speak to public on archaeology

    Mar 21
    On March 27 at 6 p.m. in the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum on Flagler College’s campus, Rasha Soliman, Ph.D., a Fulbright Scholar in Residence at Lewis & Clark College. She will present to the public, “Archaeological Steps into the Valley of the Kings & Queens.” The event is free.
  • Group of students sitting in restaurant together

    Enactus summit serves as needed preparation

    Mar 20
    Flagler College Enactus students attended the Northeast Regional Summit at Rutgers University in early March.
  • Group of 40 under forty nominees standing with Dr. Joyner for photo

    St. Augustine’s “40 Under Forty” includes eight from Flagler College

    Mar 20
    *Update* Student Hannah Pierce has been awarded the Young Non-profit Professional award: "I encourage everyone to go out and create art with a child. You’ll find that it’s a beautiful experience.” Alumnus Bo Bozard has been awarded the Young Private Sector Professional award: "We do common things, uncommonly well, and when you do things uncommonly well over a period of time, it endures, and when it endures, it becomes defining. And in Steven Thomas' business class at Flagler, we learned that if something defines it becomes a brand. I’m so glad to be a part of a brand that does common things uncommonly well.”
  • Day of Service clean up

    "Do Good Together" theme for this semester's Day of Service

    Mar 10
    This past Saturday, hundreds of students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of Flagler College reached out and raised up for their bi-annual Day of Service. Over 12 nonprofits received the influx of volunteers for one day of intensive, focused and scheduled service to get the projects done that required a bulk of time, people, or both.
  • Graphic of newspaper

    Saints trio selected to All-PBC teams; Lang-Montgomery tabbed as Coach of the Year

    Mar 8
    The Flagler College women's basketball team brought home some Peach Belt Conference hardware from the pre-tournament banquet tonight. Tabitha Odabe, Chris Wilson, and Kierra Crane were selected to the all-conference teams while Erika Lang-Montgomery was named as the PBC Coach of the Year and Odabe took home PBC Defensive Player of the Year honors for the second year in a row.
  • Graphic of newspaper

    Ideas & Images series concludes with discussion on slavery from the Spanish perspective

    Mar 8
    On March 26, Jane Landers, Ph.D., Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Professor of History and director of Slave Societies Digital Archive at Vanderbilt University, will continue the conversation surrounding this year’s theme on “Cultural Resilience and Contemporary America” with the presentation, “Changing the Narrative of Slavery in Museums and Public History Sites: Adding the Missing Spanish Past.” The event is free and open to the public, beginning at 7 p.m.
  • << < 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 > >>