|01/07/2013 - Flagler College announces Kahler awards
Flagler College has announced that it has awarded two 2013 Kahler Awards for Teaching of the Liberal Arts.
|12/13/2012 - Flagler president wins Distinguished Leadership Award
Flagler College president William T. Abare, Jr., has been selected as the 2012 recipient of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges James T. Rogers Distinguished Leadership Award.
|12/06/2012 - Flagler College requesting items from the Hotel Ponce de Leon
In preparation for the 125th anniversary of the Hotel Ponce de Leon, Flagler College is asking for community help in finding original items and artifacts from the hotel to be displayed at the opening day of the college’s celebration on Jan. 12, 2013.
|12/06/2012 - Graduation to be held Dec. 8
Flagler College will hold its fall commencement ceremony Saturday, Dec. 8, for graduating seniors. Approximately 160 students will receive diplomas in the Flagler College Gymnasium.
|12/03/2012 - Alumni magazine repeats as MarCom Award winner
Flagler College Magazine won a gold award in the 2012 MarCom Awards competition, marking the fourth year in a row the alumni magazine has come away with an award in the competition.
|12/03/2012 - Ring in 2013 at Flagler College’s New Year's Eve Gala
Ring in the New Year and celebrate 125 years of the Hotel Ponce de Leon with an evening of historic elegance at Flagler College’s New Year’s Eve Gala.
|12/03/2012 - Flagler professor looks at the American Dream through the eyes of Mark Twain
It’s hard to discuss the "Gilded Age" of America without touching on the man who coined the term, the iconic American writer Mark Twain. Wesley King will do just that when he wraps up the 2012 Community Lecture Series on Dec. 11.
|11/20/2012 - Flagler religion professor to discuss Bhutto at lecture
Dr. James Rowell, assistant professor of religion at Flagler College, will speak at the college on “Benazir Bhutto: Her Message and the Message” on Nov. 27.
|11/15/2012 - USA TODAY reporter speaks to Flagler students
After a presidential election that saw political polling play a huge part in the process, Ray Locker, the Washington enterprise editor for USA TODAY, told a group of Flagler students Thursday that the way polls are conducted may never be the same.
|11/15/2012 - Roberts explains labor history at Community Lecture Series
From the Civil War through the 1920’s, America has had a rich labor history, said Allison Roberts, associate professor of economics at Flagler College, who spoke on Nov. 13 as part of the Community Lecture Series.
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