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      Flagler professor discovers unknown Spanish-Timucua book while on sabbatical

      Nov 15
      Timothy J. Johnson, Craig and Audrey Thorn Distinguished Professor of Religion at Flagler College, recently discovered a Spanish-Timucua book by the Franciscan Friar Francisco Pareja. The book, previously unknown to scholars, was published in Mexico in 1628.
    • Group of students in the President's Leadership Academy on the front porch steps of Markland.

      President’s Leadership Academy welcomes first cohort of students

      Nov 14
      The President’s Leadership Academy at Flagler College, in association with the Laurel Circle of the Oak, has announced 10 students chosen as the inaugural academy class.
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      Events planned for celebrating International Education Week

      Nov 13
      The week-long programming is an opportunity to celebrate the many benefits of international study and cultural exchange. Events take place Monday, Nov. 18 through Friday, Nov. 22.
    • Students in the Flagler choir performing in the Rotunda of Ponce Hall.

      Holiday concert performance set for Nov. 25

      Nov 12
      The Flagler College holiday concert will take place on Monday, Nov. 25 at 7 p.m. in the Rotunda of the college’s Ponce de Leon Hall, 74 King Street. The performance will include a mix of holiday and vocal chamber music.
    • Kenan Distinguished Professorships graphic featuring two professors Ved Kumari and Pushpa Kumar Lakshmanan.

      Kenan Distinguished Professor invites two University of Delhi professors for public presentations

      Nov 11
      Flagler College will host law professors Ved Kumari and Pushpa Kumar Lakshmanan on Nov. 19 and 20 as part of a Kenan Distinguished Professor speaker series. Both presentations will begin at 7 p.m. with Kumari’s in the Flagler Room of Ponce Hall and Lakshmanan’s in the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum. Kumari’s presentation is “Gender in Law in Contemporary India” while Lakshmanan’s lecture title is “Environmental Law and Sustainability: The Quest for Better Environmental Governance in India.” Both speaking engagements are free and open to the public.
    • Harry Potter poster listing all the events associated with the week; all events are mentioned in the accompanying story.

      Flagler embarks on a week of wizardry

      Nov 7
      Grab your hats and hang onto your broomsticks as campus is transformed into Flagler College School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. From Nov. 11-15, enjoy a variety of events across campus as a tribute to Harry Potter. From being sorted into your house to dining in the Great Hall, this week is sure to bring a little magic into your life.
    • 2019/2020 Theatre Season poster listing The Tempest, Old Man and the Old Moon, The Women and Eurydice.

      ‘The Old Man and the Old Moon’ presents love and adventure

      Nov 5
      The Flagler College Department of Visual and Performing Arts presents Pig Pen Theatre Co.’s “The Old Man and the Old Moon” with performances starting Nov. 14 in Flagler College’s Lewis Auditorium.
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      Research on Flagler College website presented at national conference

      Nov 1
      Assistant Professor of Psychology, Dr. Tracy Litzinger, and her students Ray Van Allen, ’20, and Christina Ketner, ’20, collaborated with Director of Digital Strategy Holly Hill and Front-end Development Manager Mike Horn to evaluate the usability of the Flagler College website. This team of faculty, staff and students presented their research at the 2019 HighEdWeb Conference in Milwaukee, Wis. this October.
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      Day of impact for Flagler’s Day of Service

      Oct 31
      On Saturday, Flagler College students, faculty, staff and alumni participated in a day of community service. This is the fourth year of the Reach Out Raise Up event, which is student-organized each semester by Flagler College Volunteers (FCV). This fall, volunteers put in over 500 service hours for this one-day event.
    • Four men golfing, including President Joyner.

      Crimson & Gold Banquet and President’s Golf Classic raise record amount for athletics scholarships

      Oct 31
      Legendary Oklahoma University football coach Bob Stoops was the keynote speaker Oct. 23 at the seventh annual Crimson & Gold Banquet at Flagler College's elegant dining hall, and more funds were raised at the President's Golf Classic held at the King & Bear course at the World Golf Village on Oct. 25. In total, approximately $181,000 was raised to support Flagler Athletics.
    • City Commissioners and three SGA members get group shot with honorific document in the center.

      SGA honored during FL City Government Week

      Oct 30
      The Flagler College Student Government Association was honored Monday at City hall during Florida City Government Week.
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      Adult & Continuing Education to offer new certifications and courses

      Oct 29
      Flagler College’s Adult & Continuing Education launched new courses in its Corporate Training & Professional Development program (CTPD), which includes over 75 new online certification and training courses. Courses can begin anytime, according to the student’s scheduling needs.
    • Guitar player in ACE program

      Lifelong Learning back in session

      Oct 22
      The Adult and Continuing Education program’s Fall B semester for Lifelong Learning begins on Oct. 28. New classes to be offered include the Wine International Tour Series, Spanish Gypsy Skirt Dance, Smooth Jazz Guitar and Afro-Caribbean Dance. Classes meet once a week for six weeks and are affordable, non-degree seeking courses.
    • Three students helping pack clothes at Sertoma Thrift Store

      Flagler College Day of Service to take place Oct. 26

      Oct 21
      More than 200 Flagler College students, faculty, staff and alumni will be spread out across St. Augustine on Saturday, Oct. 26 for a day of community service. So far, 14 local nonprofit organizations will benefit from volunteer services performed which will range from assistance with wildlife rescue to the organization Council on Aging. This is the fourth year of the Day of Service event hosted by Flagler students.
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      Gargoyle finalist for prestigious award for online journalism

      Oct 15
      The Gargoyle, Flagler College’s student-led online newspaper, is a finalist for an Online Pacemaker award through the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP), one of the preeminent national college media associations and contests in the country. The Gargoyle has been a finalist once before.
    • Group of families with tools in hand ready to go out for their service project.

      Saints Weekend a fun-filled success

      Oct 10
      This year, Saints with their friends and families, reunited for the inaugural Saints Weekend (formerly Family Weekend) from Sept. 27-29. A wide variety of events took place both on Flagler’s campus and out in the St. Augustine community in order to take in everything St. Augustine has to offer. Over 150 families, as well as Flagler College faculty and staff, participated in the fun-filled weekend.
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      President’s List Reception recognizes highest achieving students for spring semester

      Oct 9
      On Oct. 4 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 Spring 2019 academic semester.
    • 2019/2020 Theatre Season poster listing The Tempest, Old Man and the Old Moon, The Women and Eurydice.

      Flagler’s theatre season begins with a William Shakespeare classic

      Oct 9
      The Flagler College Department of Visual and Performing Arts presents William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” with performances starting Oct. 30 in Flagler College’s Lewis Auditorium.
    • Students doing design work as a team.

      Second-annual Designathon to bring free design to local nonprofits

      Oct 9
      Flagler College will host the second-annual “Designathon” beginning Friday, Nov. 8 at 3 p.m. During this 24-hour event, a team of graphic design students, faculty and alumni will offer their creative services pro bono to local nonprofit organizations to assist with branding and advertising.
    • Group of people with scissors cutting the official ribbon to open the dining hall.

      Kitchen's serving areas renovated in historic Ponce de Leon Hall building

      Oct 4
      Historic Ponce de Leon Hall’s kitchen and serving area renovation project was completed this summer. Construction work began on May 6 and the dining hall opened on Saturday, Aug. 24, for the first day of move-in for incoming students.