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  • Flagler College receives Florida Humanities grant to hold summer program for high school students

    Dec 20
    High school students from across the nation and our state will have the opportunity to learn about the academic disciplines of the humanities at Flagler College, specifically focused on St. Augustine, thanks to a $20,000 grant from the Florida Humanities Council.
  • Flagler College Named a 2017-2018 Military Friendly School

    Dec 19
    Institutions earning the Military Friendly School designation were evaluated using both public data sources and responses from Victory Media’s proprietary survey. For the first time, student survey data was taken into consideration for the designation. More than 1,300 schools participated in the 2017-2018 survey with 849 receiving the designation.
  • A picture of the new board members of Women of Vision.

    Flagler's Women of Vision welcomes new board members

    Dec 14
    Flagler College’s Women of Vision Advisory Board, which provides scholarships and opportunities for women who attend the college, welcomed six new members recently. They include Robin Borland, Letti Bozard, Araan Burnett, Lisa Chismark, Paula Fallon and Susan Joyner. 
  • Deaf Ed Masters graduates at Flagler College December 2017 graduation

    Another college milestone as first master's graduates receive diplomas

    Dec 14
    Three students receiving diplomas at Flagler’s fall graduation ceremony represented a major milestone for the college: the first students to graduate from the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Master’s Program. The college’s first master’s program was launched in 2016 as a distance-learning program, and Mary Catherine Serfilippi, Miranda McMillan Slusser, and Olivia Grace Williams joined more than 180 undergraduate students for the commencement on Dec. 9.
  • A picture of Craig Gordon from Bloomberg News.

    Bloomberg News' Craig Gordon to discuss fake news at Flagler Forum

    Dec 14
    Craig Gordon, Washington Bureau Chief for Bloomberg News, will give a talk on “Trumping Fake News: Facts in the Age of Trump” at the Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy on Jan. 16 at 7 p.m. in the college’s Lewis Auditorium, 14 Granada St.
  • Flagler graduates more than 180 students, including first from Deaf Ed Master's

    Dec 7
    Flagler College handed out more than 180 diplomas on Saturday at its fall commencement ceremonies, including to the college’s first three graduates from the Deaf/Hard of Hearing master’s program.
  • OrangeTheory Fitness partners with Flagler class on marketing ideas and internships

    Local fitness gym partners with Flagler class on marketing ideas and internships

    Dec 6
    Local franchisees from one of the fastest growing fitness gyms in the country, Orangetheory Fitness, partnered with Flagler College Professor Leslie Gordon to offer her Consumer Behavior students internships at the end of the semester. Gordon’s Consumer Behavior class is a senior-level marketing course that blends studies of Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology, and Communication. 
  • Fall graduation ceremony to be held Dec. 9 and include first Deaf Ed Master's graduates

    Nov 30
    Flagler College will hold its fall commencement ceremony at the Flagler College Gymnasium on Saturday, Dec. 9, for approximately 180 graduates, including the college’s first three grads from its new Deaf/Hard of Hearing master’s program.
  • Flagler College Chamber Choir's Winter Concert graphic.

    Flagler College Vocal Arts to perform a Winter Concert in Rotunda on Dec. 6

    Nov 29
    Flagler College’s Vocal Arts will hold its Winter Concert on Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. in the Rotunda of the college’s Ponce de Leon Hall, 74 King St. The performance will include an eclectic mix of traditional and holiday choral music in various styles.
  • Secrets of Spanish Florida picture with an old sailing ship in the ocean.

    Flagler to host screening of 'Secrets of Spanish Florida'

    Nov 21
    WJCT and Flagler College will hold a preview on Nov. 27 of “Secrets of Spanish Florida: A Secrets of the Dead Special,” as well as a discussion about why this history is so important for everyone to know.
  • Photograph from the Crisp-Ellert BFA show

    Crisp-Ellert at Flagler College to hold student art exhibition

    Nov 21
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum at Flagler College will hold a fall exhibition of work by the college’s graduating Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Arts candidates from the Department of Art and Design. The exhibition will open with a reception on Thursday, Dec. 7, from 5-8 p.m. It will be on view on Friday, Dec. 8, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., and on Saturday, Dec. 9 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
  • Three students holding stacks of clothes smile at camera.

    Flagler College reaches out to help local organizations on community service day

    Nov 18
    More than 300 Flagler College students, faculty, staff and alumni fanned out across St. Augustine on Saturday for a day of community service that benefitted 14 local nonprofit organizations that ranged from an emergency shelter for abused women to a local reserve for unwanted exotic animals.
  • Terry Bennett Mailroom Services

    Spotlight: Mailroom Services' Terry Bennett

    Nov 17
    Story and Photos by Jordan Puyear With over 21 years of experience running Mailroom Services at Flagler College, Terry Bennett has seem his share of mail coming and going for students, faculty and staff. But this year has seen a massive shift. “This fall, we received more mail than we’ve ever received before,” he said.
  • Columnist from Flagler College Gargoyle wins national award

    Nov 9
    Spring 2017 graduate and former Gargoyle writer Roxie Steward won Honorable Mention in the College Media Association’s 2016-2017 Pinnacle Awards in the Best Column category. The Gargoyle is Flagler College’s online student-run newspaper.
  • Senior Conservatory Fall 2017

    Senior Conservatory to feature theater focused on the 1980s

    Nov 9
    With this fall’s Senior Conservatory theme of “Decades,” Flagler College Theatre Arts students are preparing to showcase their talents through personal accounts from the 1980s, tackling the topic of the New Millennium or overcoming obstacles millennials face.
  • A picture of a person participating in Flagler Creates!

    ‘Flagler Creates!’ handmade items festival coming up on Nov. 18

    Nov 2
    Flagler College will be hosting its eighth annual Flagler Creates! festival, featuring handmade items by the college’s students, faculty, staff and alumni on Saturday, Nov. 18. A portion of proceeds from participant donations will help finance student scholarships through the Flagler College Annual Fund. More than $6,000 has been donated to the fund since the event started in 2010.
  • A dedication ceremony for Abare Hall.

    Ceremonial dedication held for Abare Hall at Flagler College

    Oct 30
    Flagler College dedicated its newest residence hall in honor of former President William T. Abare, Jr. on Oct. 25 with a ribbon cutting. The building, named Abare Hall, is part of a $23 million complex on Malaga Street adjacent to the FEC Residence Halls on the banks of St. Augustine’s San Sebastian River. It houses 159 students in 75 suites.
  • St. George Street looking north by Emmett Fritz (From the St. Augustine Art Association Permanent Collection)

    Flagler student curates local art exhibit on famous painter

    Oct 27
    This October marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of St. Augustine’s most beloved “plein air” painters, Emmett Fritz.
  • Rhinoceros by Kelly Enright book cover.

    Flagler professor offers expertise on rhinos on BBC radio program

    Oct 24
    Flagler professor Dr. Kelly Enright was recently featured on a BBC Radio program that explored the history of the relationship between man and the water-loving rhinoceros.
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