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  • Students holding up signs for Take Back the Night.

    Flagler students take a stand against sexual assault and ‘take back the night’

    Apr 7
    Nearly 150 Flagler College students clutching candles and posters while chanting “People Unite Take Back the Night” marched against sexual assault Thursday night, as part of the school’s third annual “Take Back the Night” event. Held on campuses throughout the world, the event raises awareness of and calls for an end to sexual violence of all forms.
  • Women of Vision Advisory Board announces 2017 scholarship recipients

    Apr 6
    Pictured above: Faith Wyluda, Yasmeen Anis, Thamara Trematerra and Caitlin Croley
  • SAM Advisor Paula Holanchock, students Janell Collins, Nick Pappas, Mary-Jo Lendering and Matheus Menezes

    Flagler’s Society for Advancement of Management claims top spot in competition

    Apr 5
    Flagler College’s Society for Advancement of Management (SAM) team recently took home first place at the organization’s 2017 Case Competition in Orlando, held from March 30 to April 2 at the annual SAM conference. Janell Collins, Mary-Jo Lendering, Matheus Menezes and Nick Pappas joined more than 100 students from 25 colleges nationwide to compete in the competition, in which students were tasked with analyzing a marketplace problem facing the social media company Facebook. Through their analysis, they examined possible solutions and proposed the most effective one to ensure the company’s sustained, future success.
  • Flagler's 'The Gargoyle' takes home two journalism awards

    Mar 30
    Flagler College’s online-only student newspaper, The Gargoyle, recently won two awards in the Society of Professional Journalists Region 3 Mark of Excellence awards.
  • Enactus regionals 2017

    Flagler’s Enactus team advances to national competition

    Mar 30
    Three projects that were inspired by the powerful effects of Hurricane Matthew have advanced Flagler’s Enactus team to the national Enactus competition.
  • Students Brian Matthews and Sissy Hofaker in 'The Maids.'

    Flagler’s Theatre Arts Department wins big at Kennedy Center Festival Awards

    Mar 29
    Flagler College’s Theatre Arts Department has taken the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Awards by storm, earning seven national awards, including Outstanding Production of a Play for its November performance of Jean Genet’s “The Maids.”
  • Flagler College students to perform children’s theatre in local schools and at Flagler

    Mar 23
    Flagler College Theatre Arts students will be taking their craft to the classroom next week when they perform children’s theatre for nearly 300 kindergarteners across three St. Johns County schools.
  • Flagler student wins ‘Best in Show’ in advertising competition

    Mar 10
    Flagler College student Nancy Harms took home top prizes in the American Advertising Federation-Daytona Beach “ADDY” awards competition on March 4, including “Student Best in Show” and Gold ADDY awards for her animated title sequence “The Book Thief.” The awards recognize creative excellence.
  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum graphic.

    Flagler College’s Theatre Arts Department to perform 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum'

    Feb 20
    Composer Stephen Sondheim’s debut as both composer and lyricist will take the stage this spring at Flagler College, as the Department of Theatre Arts presents a new take on his collaboration with Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart’s “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” from March 8 to March 12.
  • Fifteen Flagler students who attended the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.

    Theatre Arts Department wins awards at regional festival

    Feb 16
    Fifteen Flagler College students recently returned from the nationally-recognized Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) in Statesboro, Ga., where they competed regionally in categories ranging from design and technical theatre to performance, stage management and dramaturgy.
  • Reach Out, Raise Up Event

    Flagler College community members volunteer across county for day of service

    Feb 11
    For a February day, Flagler College faculty, staff and students couldn’t ask for better weather to volunteer with local community organizations for the college’s biannual day of service on Saturday. Approximately 150 individuals assisted a dozen organizations across the county.
  • Student club raises money for local cancer patients

    Feb 9
    Flagler College’s Public Relations Student Society of America recently donated $2,300 to the Cancer Patient Emergency Fund, which offers financial assistance to cancer patients undergoing treatment at Flagler Hospital. As part of a fundraiser, participants paid to complete various exercise circuits at CrossFit venue DRiV Fitness in St. Augustine. Flagler students also sold T-shirts and hosted a raffle.
  • Students win top awards in advertising competition

    Feb 7
    Flagler College students recently took home 2017 American Advertising Federation-Jacksonville (AAF) “ADDY” awards on Feb. 4, including a “Student Best in Show” award by senior Courtney Babchyck for her animation titled “A Boy Called Jex.” The ceremony for the highly-recognized awards, which honor advertising creative excellence, was held on Saturday, Feb. 4.
  • Flagler’s day of service to be held Feb. 11

    Jan 31
    Flagler College faculty, staff and students will unite for community service outreach on Saturday, Feb. 11, as part of the college’s Reach Out Raise Up day of service.
  • History and English major Shannon Schmidt in front of colorful mosaic

    Flagler student headed to United Nations in March to serve as commission delegate

    Jan 13
    A Flagler College student will be discussing gender equality at the United Nations this spring as a delegate for the intergovernmental organization’s Commission on the Status of Women.
  • Flagler parking garage rendering.

    College's new parking facility to open Jan. 5

    Jan 3
    Flagler College’s new parking garage will be open for students, faculty, and staff beginning Thursday, Jan. 5. The new five-level facility will add approximately 500 new parking spaces on campus and provide covered parking for over 200 bicycles.  The garage was constructed on property that was being used as an unimproved parking lot, located between the existing FEC Railway buildings and the City of St. Augustine fire station on Malaga Street.
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