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    Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated on campus with student event, keynote speaker

    Oct 14
    In 1988, the month-long celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month was codified as a national period of observance recognizing the cultures and contributions of people in the U.S. who trace their roots to Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. This month of celebration, which begins on Sept. 15, also coincides with the anniversary of independence for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua reminding us to recognize the rich history of Latin American countries. “Hispanic Heritage Month to me means celebrating my culture and who I am,” senior Kandy Marroquin said. “It also reminds me to appreciate what my family has worked hard for.”
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    Flagler College music program partners with St. Augustine Music Festival to enhance student music education

    Oct 7
    Early in 2020, the Executive Director of the St. Augustine Music Festival Board, Bill Boxer, reached out to the Director of Music and Musical Theater at Flagler College, Kip Taisey, to begin discussing creative avenues for collaboration.
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    Forum speaker Alexander Heffner to discuss “Civil Discourse in an Uncivil Age: The Quest for Post-Partisan Citizenship”

    Oct 5
    Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy will present a lecture by host of The Open Mind PBS podcast, Alexander Heffner, on Thursday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. in the Virginia Room on the second floor of the Student Center. His presentation will dive into what “Civil Discourse in an Uncivil Age” looks like in the divisive realm of modern politics and public affairs.
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    Flagler Staff Spotlight: Donn Garby

    Oct 5
    Donn Garby, assistant director of housing operations, joined the Student Affairs department in the fall of 2021. Garby is a Class of 2016 Flagler alumnus who served as SGA President during his time here. He was also the Assistant Program Director for the Campus Activities Board, Founder of the U.S. Military Veterans Club on campus, and an ambassador in the Office of Admissions among numerous other extracurricular positions held. Following his time at Flagler, Garby earned his master's degree in higher education/ higher education administration at Old Dominion University. Garby then earned his Doctor of Philosophy in higher education/ higher education administration from Rowan University.
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    Post-Hurricane Resources

    Oct 4
    The storm may be over, but now is the time to check in with yourself, friends, and family.
  • Student talking with employer at spring career expo

    Career & Graduate School Expo hosts more than 60 employers, schools

    Oct 4
    Wednesday, Oct. 5, students have the opportunity to meet prospective employers and graduate schools at the Career & Graduate School Expo.
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    Hurricane Ian Resources and Information

    Sep 30
    Storm-related messages:
  • Deaf Awareness Week Students on Lawn performing ASL

    International Week of the Deaf commemorated on Flagler's campus

    Sep 23
    This week, students from Flagler’s Deaf Awareness Club worked with faculty and staff to celebrate International Week of the Deaf with education, activities and fellowship.
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    A parent's guide to Family Weekend

    Sep 19
    Time until Flagler’s 2022 Family Weekend is ticking away, and we’ve got the pointers to get you prepared.
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    The Gargoyle continues to win awards in student journalism

    Sep 16
    The Gargoyle, Flagler’s student-run newspaper, placed in two categories for the Society of Professional Journalists 2022 Sunshine State Awards and was a finalist in five categories for the 2022 SPJ Region 3 Mark of Excellence Awards.
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    One-day conference, "Panama and its Indigenous People," coming to Flagler in October

    Sep 15
    This fall, Flagler College is proud to host a one-day conference, “Panama and its Indigenous People,” as a part of National Hispanic Heritage month on Oct. 15 across various campus locations. The conference is coordinated by Dr. Eugenia Charoni, associate professor of romance languages at Flagler.
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    Flagler College second in U.S. News’ Best Regional Colleges in South

    Sep 12
    Flagler College claimed the number two spot in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022-2023 Best Colleges guide for Best Regional Colleges in the South. This recognition brings the College up two spots from its 2021-2022 number four ranking in this category.
  • Class of 2026 students entering proctor library

    Meet the New Saints of Flagler College

    Sep 8
    Flagler’s newest class is mighty in numbers, talent and optimism.
  • Jeanette Vigilotti with students in downtown St. Augustine, Florida

    Alumna, faculty member discusses St. Augustine’s Birthday and her work with the St. Augustine Historical Society

    Sep 8
    As we recognize the 457th birthday of St. Augustine on September 8, 2022, we talked with alumna, faculty member and St. Augustine Historical Society member Jeanette Vigliotti.
  • Staff Spotlight Jud Damon

    Flagler Staff Spotlight - Jud Damon

    Sep 7
    After his Hall of Fame college career as pitcher and captain of the University of Pennsylvania baseball team, Jud Damon began his profession in collegiate athletics. Over the years, he has served as athletics administrator or coach at institutions in the NCAA Divisions I, II, and III, NAIA, and NCCAA. In addition, Damon has held positions in front office management with the Pittsburgh Pirates and Montreal Expos professional baseball teams.  
  • Courtney Kersten

    Flagler Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Courtney Kersten

    Sep 6
    Dr. Courtney Kersten is an Assistant Professor of English. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Idaho and a PhD in Literature and Feminist Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She was a Fulbright Fellow to Riga, Latvia, and is the author of Daughter in Retrograde (University of Wisconsin 2018).
  • Digital Humanities Project Documents

    Flagler professor builds initiative to digitally document St. Augustine history

    Sep 1
    When Associate Professor of History, Kelly Enright, first started teaching at Flagler ten years ago, her hope was that one day she could find a hands-on approach to educating her students about the past. Passionate about the many stories St. Augustine’s past holds, she was inspired to develop a way for her students to creatively engage with this history.
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    Welcome Week prepares and energizes students for the new academic year

    Sep 1
    Last week, campus came to life again as we greeted three classes of returning students and 906 new faces to Flagler.
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    The National Endowment for the Humanities awards Flagler’s Proctor Library more than $9,000 for Preservation Efforts

    Aug 31
    The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) awarded Flagler College’s Proctor Library a $9,204 grant towards their Saving History: Preservation Assessment of the Flagler College Archives and the Special Collections project.
  • Always in All Ways, 2022, Collage on paper, Florine Demosthene

    Solo exhibition by M. Florine Démosthène, entitled “Always in All Ways” comes to CEAM

    Aug 31
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum will kick off the Fall 2020 season with a solo exhibition by M. Florine Démosthène, entitled “Always in All Ways.” The exhibition will be on view from Sep. 6 through Oct. 22, 2022 and will include twelve new mixed media works on paper and new sculptures. Démosthène will give a walkthrough of the exhibition in conjunction with First Friday Art Walk on Friday, Oct. 20th at 5 p.m.
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