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      Flagler makes Architectural Digest’s ‘50 Most Beautiful Colleges in America’

      Nov 8
      Architectural Digest Magazine has ranked Flagler College seventh on its new list of ‘50 Most Beautiful Colleges in America.’ Tops on the list was Yale University, and the list also included notable campuses like Princeton, Stanford, Georgetown, Notre Dame and many others.
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      WFCF celebrates 25 years

      Nov 2
      On Nov. 1, 1993 at 6:59 a.m., the Flagler College radio station, WFCF 88.5, broadcasted over the radio waves for the first time. This year on Nov. 1, WFCF celebrated its 25th anniversary with a block party with Flagler College students, faculty and staff. Alongside the radio, the station’s manager, Dan McCook, also celebrated his 25 years with the college.
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      Franciscan conference exceeds expectations, positive outlook for renewed interest

      Nov 2
      On Friday, Oct. 26 the Colloquium on Culture and Religion in La Florida began with a Tibesar Lecture from Dr. John Worth of the University of West Florida. His presentation was titled, “Exploring the Franciscan Legacy in Spanish Florida: Historical and Archaeological Evidence.”
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      Day of Service makes a local impact

      Oct 27
      More than 300 Flagler College students, faculty, staff and alumni participated on Saturday, Oct. 27 for a day of community service. The Reach Out Raise Up event is student-organized each semester by Flagler College Volunteers (FCV).
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      Pew Trust writer and “American Maverick” author to visit Flagler College campus

      Oct 26
      Elaine Povich, senior staff writer for Pew Trusts’ Stateline news service, will be speaking at Flagler College in the Lewis Auditorium on Tuesday, Nov. 13 on state powers. Her talk, titled "“The Return of the Federalist: The Power of States in the Obama and Trump Eras,” is part of Flagler College’s Forum on Government and Public Policy series.
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      New exhibition to open at Crisp-Ellert Art Museum

      Oct 24
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum announced a forthcoming exhibition of work by artist Sky Hopinka entitled “Around the Edge of Encircling Lake” set for Nov. 2 – Dec. 8. Events will begin on Friday, Nov. 2 at 5 p.m., with a brief walkthrough of the exhibition and a reading by the artist. An opening reception will follow, continuing until 8 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
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      Hoffman and Clark receive recognition from American Cancer Society

      Oct 22
      Eric W. Hoffman, Ph.D., associate professor of communication and director of the Flagler College Breathe Free campaign, received the American Cancer Society's "In It to Quit It Award" during the Tobacco Free Generation Campus Initiative annual conference in Atlanta.
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      Ideas & Images series continues with look at shared history with Cuba

      Oct 19
      On Oct. 25, Sherry Johnson, Ph.D, professor of history at Florida International University in Miami and research associate at the Historic St. Augustine Research Institute, will share with the audience the ways in which Florida and Cuba connect. Her presentation, titled “Florida and Cuba: Five Centuries of Shared History and Culture” is part of Flagler College’s Ideas & Images series.
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      Adult and Continuing Education program to mark three years in the community with annual celebration

      Oct 17
      On Oct. 24, registered participants in Flagler College’s Adult and Continuing Education (ACE) program will have their annual celebration of accomplishments to include presentations and demonstrations from various program instructors and participants. Since 2015, Flagler College has offered ACE in areas of Lifelong Learning, Corporate Training and Professional Development, and Test Preparation.
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      Founders Day debuts new alma mater

      Sep 26
      “On this day in 1968 Flagler College had its very first class,” said President Joseph G. Joyner as he welcomed students, staff, faculty, and members of the alumni board and Board of Trustees to the Founders Day kick-off coffee break event.
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      National Trust for Historic Preservation Awards Flagler College grant for conference

      Sep 26
      Flagler College was awarded a $5,000 grant by the National Trust for Historic Preservation from the Florida Fund and the Daniel K. Thorne Intervention Fund. These grant funds will be used to support two projects that benefit St. Augustine, Florida, a session at the Keeping History Above Water™ conference, hosted in St. Augustine from May 5-8, 2019 and a pre-conference workshop to be held on January 31, 2019 in St. Augustine to address cultural resources hazard mitigation planning and assess community values.
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      Bobby Bowden to speak at Flagler’s Crimson & Gold Banquet

      Sep 18
      Former Florida State University head football coach and College Football Hall of Fame inductee Bobby Bowden will speak at the Flagler College Crimson & Gold Banquet Thursday, Oct. 11 in the elegant dining room of Ponce de Leon Hall. The event starts at 6 p.m. with a social and a silent auction. The dinner follows at 7 p.m. Proceeds from the banquet benefit the Flagler College Athletics Scholarship Fund.
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      Christine Sun Kim as CEAM artist resident for Fall 2018

      Sep 17
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum today announced Christine Sun Kim as CEAM artist resident for Fall 2018. During her stay, Kim will work closely with Flagler College students and faculty through class visits and critiques. Kim will give an artist talk on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 6 p.m. in the Flagler Room. This event is free and open to the public.
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      Florida Heritage Book Festival returns to campus

      Sep 11
      The Florida Heritage Book Festival is returning to Flagler College for its tenth year of free literary events.
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      Flagler College second in U.S. News’ Best Regional Colleges in South

      Sep 10
      Flagler College was once again ranked second in U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Colleges guide for the Best Regional Colleges in the South, behind High Point University in North Carolina.
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      Flagler’s Forum on Government and Public Policy series begins with lessons from Rohingya talk

      Sep 5
      Nahal Toosi, a foreign affairs correspondent at Politico, will be speaking at Flagler College in the Lewis Auditorium on Tuesday, Sept. 11 on the Rohingya Crisis. Her talk, titled "The Rohingya Crisis: Lessons and Laments,” is part of Flagler College’s Forum on Government and Public Policy series.
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      Pedigo exhibiting at Western Illinois University

      Aug 20
      The University Art Gallery at Western Illinois University will host a solo exhibition featuring Sara Pedigo’s paintings in an exhibition titled “Notes for Joan”.
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      The Gargoyle student newspaper and its journalists earn five Sunshine State Awards

      Aug 15
      Flagler College students and student-produced newspaper, The Gargoyle, won five Sunshine State Awards collectively on Aug. 4 at the 24th Annual Sunshine State Awards.
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      Flagler Hospital Partners with Flagler College on Smoke and Tobacco-Free

      Aug 14
      Flagler College is pleased to announce its partnership with Flagler Hospital as the college implements its new smoke and tobacco-free policy which went into effect on the college’s campus August 1.
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