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  • Students reading core value pledge at Baccalaureate 2022

    Baccalaureate 2022: Celebrating the achievements of Flagler College seniors

    Dec 9
    Flagler College seniors gathered for an intimate ceremony recognizing how far they’ve come, and their path into the future during the Fall 2022 Baccalaureate.
  • Jenna Stickley

    Staff Spotlight: Jenna Stickley

    Dec 5
    Visitor Services Coordinator Jenna Stickley has worked in many different areas during her career. But when her daughter enrolled at Flagler in 2019 and they found their dream house on the St. John's River, she decided to pursue a career with the College.
  • Headshot of Paige Chapman

    Faculty Spotlight: Paige Chapman

    Dec 5
    Assistant Professor of Communication, Paige Chapman, studied journalism at the University of Florida and fell in love with teaching when one of her professors asked her to adjunct a course after she finished her BS in journalism. She knew she had to do a lot more school to be able to make teaching at the college level her career. She studied news and technology during her master’s at UF and studied health communication and technology for her dissertation at the University of Iowa.
  • Headshot of Trustee Rick Groux

    Alumnus and Trustee, Rick Groux, provides significant philanthropic support for Ponce restoration efforts

    Dec 1
    Most students only get the chance to live in Ponce Hall for one or two years during their time at Flagler, but Trustee and donor Rick Groux was lucky enough to spend the entirety of his college experience living there.
  • Signing in President's office of Bermuda College articulation agreement

    Flagler certifies collaborative relationship with Bermuda College

    Nov 17
    A 2014 Coastal Environmental Science trip to Bermuda was the catalyst for a young working relationship between Flagler and Bermuda College that was made official through the signing of an articulation agreement last month.
  • Student hiking

    Celebrate National Take a Hike Day by visiting these local trails

    Nov 16
    As finals approach, stress levels rise- so before exam week arrives, take time for yourself to get outside and enjoy the amazing nature our area has to offer.
  • Flagler’s International Center exposes students to value of global academic exchange on campus and abroad

    Nov 14
    International education programming at Flagler is robust and multi-faceted, accommodating students on both sides of the study abroad experience.
  • Hurricane Nicole: Post-Storm Update

    Nov 11
    The assessment for storm damage has been completed and Flagler College sustained minimal damage. Therefore, student areas on campus will begin to reopen tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 12.
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    More than 80 students named to Spring 2022 President's List

    Nov 8
    A distinguished group of students gathered in the Flagler room on Nov. 4 to celebrate their academic success during the President’s List ceremony.
  • Security Guard Steven Griffin posing for photo

    Flagler Staff Spotlight: Steven Griffin

    Nov 7
    Before coming to Flagler to work as a campus safety and security officer, retiree Steven Griffin served as a "Seabee" in the US Navy and spent 30 years working as a mailman. After retiring about 14 years ago, Griffin spent some time bartending in Hawaii and then came to Florida where he worked as a ranger at Faver-Dykes State Park.
  • HPW 2022 - Student standing in front of the Ponce wearing Harry Potter attire.

    Harry Potter Week continues as a beloved campus tradition

    Nov 7
    Once a year, Flagler College comes to life with the magic of Harry Potter.
  • Student in Sam McMillan's Adventure Literature class surfing at Vilano Beach

    Adventure Literature course "Exploring the American Wilderness," gets students out of the classroom, onto the waves

    Nov 4
    Through off-campus adventures, Professor Sam McMillan hopes his students can use experiences in “the wilderness,” to gain new perspectives about the topics covered in his class.
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    Flagler Faculty Spotlight: Jim Gilmore

    Nov 4
    Visiting Filmmaker, Jim Gilmore is a documentary filmmaker whose work focuses on American culture, social justice, and history. He is the director of over 20 films on a variety of topics, from Zimbabwe: A Racial Revolution (1988) about the transition from white-ruled Rhodesia to black-ruled Zimbabwe, to Fielding Dreams (2023), which profiles the life of major league baseball scouts. Gilmore holds a MA in Broadcasting and Film from the University of Iowa and has 23 years of college teaching experience as an assistant, associate, and full professor of communication, both at Flagler College and the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
  • SGA President smiling at Midnight Breakfast

    Flagler students, community celebrate Halloween season

    Nov 1
    There was no shortage of Halloween festivities at Flagler this fall, giving students and the entire campus community ample opportunities to celebrate spooky season.
  • Headshot of Usdin Speaker Raymond Scheindlin

    Usdin Speaker Raymond P. Scheindlin, Presenting, “Wine, Women, and Death: The Worldly Pleasures of the Courtier-Rabbis of Islamic Spain”

    Oct 31
    Flagler College will host Dr. Raymond Scheindlin as a part of the Usdin Lecture series to present on “the worldly pleasures of Courtier-Rabbis of Islamic Spain.” Scheindlin will speak on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m. in the Virginia Room, on the second floor of the Student Center. This lecture is free and open to the public.
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    Dorothy FireCloud, NPS Native American Affairs Liaison, to speak at Flagler College

    Oct 31
    Flagler College and the National Park Service, with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, announce a Native American Heritage Month program. On November 16 and 17, 2022, special events will take place to remember and honor the Cheyenne and Arapaho warriors imprisoned at Fort Marion (Castillo de San Marcos) from 1875-1878. The events feature memorial ceremonies, remembrances, and educational sessions.
  • The Hotelmen Image by Erin Kendrick - Red man on yellow background

    Erin Kendrick’s The Hotelmen comes to CEAM

    Oct 31
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum at Flagler College will proceed in its Fall 2022 season with a solo exhibition by Jacksonville-based artist Erin Kendrick, entitled The Hotelmen. The exhibition will be on view from November 4 to December 2, 2022. The opening reception will be held on Friday, November 4th from 5 to 8 p.m., in conjunction with First Friday Artwalk. Special guest Dr. Gylbert Coker, an African American art historian, curator, and museum director who has worked to establish Black artists and art in the canon of American art will join the artist in conversation during the reception, starting at 6 p.m.
  • HTM students posing for group photo at Universal

    Campus locale sets Flagler Tourism & Hospitality Management students up for immersive field experience, expert mentorship

    Oct 28
    Students in Flagler’s Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) Program have the advantage of studying in a city and state with markedly robust tourism industries. The backdrop of St. Augustine’s tourism industry is a built-in training ground for HTM students and Flagler is less than 100 miles from another hotspot of Florida tourism- Orlando. On a recent excursion from campus, HTM students had the opportunity to visit Universal Orlando Resort and learn about what it takes to run such a high-level tourism venture.
  • seated photograph of Florine Démosthène smiling in CEAM

    CEAM solo artist set to close out exhibition with gallery walkthrough

    Oct 21
    For more than a decade, Florine Démosthène has explored the concept of love that we all chase but never fully understand through conversations with close friends and strangers from her travels. “As I reflected on a lot of the conversations I had over the years, it’s always a battle between a religious version of love, a traditional version of love, and a modern version of love,” she said.
  • Student conducting field archaeology work

    Deagan Archaeological Research Lab to open as resource for undergraduates

    Oct 14
    Dr. Kathy Deagan sees the future of Flagler’s archaeology program as promising- brimming with potential and the enthusiasm of our students. “I have always thought that Flagler College should be one of the premier training grounds for undergraduate archeologists,” she said.
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