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      Flagler students provide service to others despite pandemic restrictions

      Nov 12
      This month Flagler College students participated in a day of community service for the fifth year of the college’s community service efforts called Reach Out Raise Up.
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      New student organization gaining steam on campus

      Nov 2
      New student organization F-STEAM is gaining steam on campus despite the pandemic. President and founder Kyle Clarke recently announced the new academic club on radio show and podcast Flagler Footnotes with host Tonya Creamer. The acronym stands for Flagler College Science, Technology, Entrepreneurship, Arts and Mathematics. The club’s advisor is Professor and Dean of the School of Business, Education and Mathematics Kurt Sebastian.
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      President’s and Dean’s List recipients recognized

      Sep 29
      Flagler College honored its highest achieving students from the Spring 2020 academic semester with mailed certificates of achievement and a special letter. Both Dean’s List and President’s List were recognized; President’s List is the highest recognition awarding those who’ve achieved a 4.0 grade point average with at least 12 hours of graded credit.
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      Former editor of Gargoyle still winning awards

      Aug 28
      Alumna Katie Garwood has brought home another award from her time at Flagler’s student newspaper. She was awarded third place in the “Best Feature Story” category for the college division for the Society of Professional Journalists.
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      Neisler awarded a Pulitzer Center grant

      Jul 17
      Flagler College senior Jordan Neisler has been awarded a Pulitzer Center grant for her examination of the water crisis in Jordan.
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      Charlene Nowotny is NCAA Women of the Year Nominee

      Jul 15
      Flagler College women’s soccer graduate Charlene Nowotny has been named as one of nine female student-athletes from the Peach Belt Conference nominated for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award.
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      Orientation goes virtual with Roar Up!

      Jul 8
      This year to help make our future Saints feel welcomed and prepared for the fall semester ahead, the Division of Student Affairs is planning an on-demand virtual orientation experience called Roar Up! The new event will feature even more campus office participation, as being a fully-online event actually helps include more Flagler offices and departments. Currently, Roar Up! is planned for July 13-17.
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      Student Town Hall

      Jul 1
      Thank you for taking the time to join in on the Flagler Family Town Hall to discuss the Reopening Task Force Report.
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      New sorority recruiting this fall

      Jun 16
      Alpha Sigma Alpha is coming to the Flagler campus starting Fall 2020. This national Panhellenic organization is only the second to be approved for expansion at Flagler and offered as another option for student engagement under the umbrella of the Division of Student Affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha was added in 2017.
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      Anderson named Academic All-America Team Member of the Year

      Jun 13
      Flagler College redshirt junior Aaron Anderson was selected as the recipient of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America® Team Member of the Year award for Division II baseball.
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      “Communities in Context” is theme for Honors Program 2020-2021

      Jun 12
      The Flagler College Honors Program will be focused on “Communities in Context” as its theme for the program’s fifth year. Associate Director Rachel Cremona said the theme was chosen because it will allow students to “Use your community as your book.” In the community of St. Augustine, that book includes a lot of layers. “This should focus students to help them move into their new community, their new family.”
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      There’s an app for that

      Jun 5
      SocialBite, an app to help you choose where you’d like to eat tonight, won’t exactly debut in ideal circumstances. Many of us won’t be returning to restaurants in the near future, or at least not as frequently as we once did. And once we do, we’ll just be happy to have a mediocre hamburger and probably not bicker with our friends about where to get that mediocre hamburger.
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      Liberal Arts major finds journalistic success through his passion for social justice

      May 22
      Senior Jared Olson, ’20, published an investigative article titled “Honduras's Deadly Water Wars” in “The Nation” magazine, one of his many accomplishments throughout his journey at Flagler College.
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      Flagler seniors celebrated, invited to participate in December ceremony

      May 7
      While the coronavirus pandemic might have cancelled Flagler College’s Spring 2020 commencement ceremony on May 2, it didn’t stop the college from celebrating its 429 graduates who finished up their senior year through remote learning and online classes.
    • Flagler seniors plan for next phase

      Apr 30
      As Flagler College seniors leave behind their undergraduate experience amid an unprecedented time of uncertainty, they go forward into futures unknown. Some seniors have, however, managed to continue on with their plans for a post-graduate world, cultivated prior to COVID-19 turning all the world upside down. We’re happy to share their plans as they carry on with that special Saints spirit!
    • Honors Day to take place virtually

      Apr 19
      On April 21, the tenth annual Honors Day at Flagler College will go live on the College’s website to acknowledge student achievements.
    • Student awarded Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings prize for essay

      Apr 2
      Abby Shidler, a junior, majoring in English and Secondary Education, is one of two students recognized for their winning submissions to the Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Undergraduate Writing Award for 2020.
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      Through positivity, Flagler College softball player Anna Dumovich finds comfort in fight with cancer

      Mar 25
      Life has its ways.It is unpredictable. It is uncontrollable. It is simply unfair in ways the average human being will never be able to explain. These were all things well-known even before the coronavirus (COVID-19) confirmed all of them as the respiratory disease trickled into the United States, causing a worldwide pandemic and canceling sports across all levels of play. On March 13, the day before the Flagler College softball team was supposed to honor its teammate, who is currently battling stage 4 Hodgkin's Lymphoma, with an honorary first pitch, the unimaginable happened.
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      Rising mathematics student to study in prestigious Princeton summer program

      Mar 2
      Flagler College student Lauren LaRue has been selected to participate in the annual Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) at Princeton/Park City Mathematics Institute (PCMI) Summer Session. The three-week program is a highly competitive immersive program which emphasizes scholarly interaction between all levels of mathematics students, faculty and researchers. She is the first Flagler College student to be selected for this program.
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      You Said, We Heard campaign launches

      Feb 4
      As part of a “Preparing for a Life Well-Lived 2025” Strategic Plan initiative to better understand the student experience, a committee of students, staff and faculty came together to review over 2000 student and alumni comments! The comments collected are from survey results received during Fall 2018 through Summer of 2019 regarding the student experiences at Flagler College.
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