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  • Visual artist and writer, Pablo Vindel, holds an open book where the pages are covered with speckles of blue paint that resemble a face.

    Crisp-Ellert Art Museum Announces Collaboration with Embassy of Spain to Bring Spain-based Artist and Writer Pablo Vindel to Flagler College Campus

    Jan 25
    We are pleased to announce a new collaborative initiative between the CEAM Artist Residency at Flagler College and the Cultural Office of the Embassy of Spain in Washington D.C. In March 2022, we will jointly host and welcome to campus Valencia, Spain-based artist, and writer Pablo Vindel as one of our Spring artists-in-residence. Related programs include an artist talk on Monday, March 21 at 3 pm in the Flagler Room, located in the Ponce Building. This event is free and open to the public.
  • Lewis the Lion was all smiles as he welcomed new Saints to campus

    Welcome Week

    Jan 21
    Our Flagler family got a bit bigger on Friday, January 14th. In true Flagler fashion, we welcomed the new Saints to campus with a week full of events to help them get familiar with their new community.
  • Flagler College students enjoyed a field trip to a St. Augustine staple, the alligator farm.

    J-Term Recap

    Jan 14
    J-Term was short but sweet to our Saints, athletes, and newcomers! J-Term began on Monday, January 3rd and was jampacked with events, basketball games, and more before it wrapped up on Friday, January 14th.
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    Crisp-Ellert Art Museum Announces Artist-in-Residence Erin Kendrick

    Jan 4
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College are delighted to announce Erin Kendrick as the first local/regional artist to participate in the CEAM Artist Residency.
  • Marissa Harrer signing to students

    Flagler Alum, Marissa Harrer, Represents the Florida School of Deaf and Blind as Their District Teacher of the Year

    Jan 3
    The talented Flagler Alum, Marissa Harrer, knew from a young age that she'd be a teacher. With hard work and dedication, she's now working at her dream school and represents Florida School of Deaf and Blind as their District Teacher of the Year.
  • Keynote speaker Professor Sandra Gehring addresses the crowd at Baccalaureate

    6 Key Moments from Flagler’s First Baccalaureate

    Dec 15
    A new tradition is unfolding for Flagler College seniors. This year, graduating seniors enjoyed the first Baccalaureate ceremony, followed by a Senior Celebration. The Baccalaureate reception allowed seniors to celebrate their achievements with the professors and faculty members who aided in their success during their time at the college.
  • The Ponce Dining Hall decorated for the Great Hall event as part of Harry Potter Week

    9 Reasons to Celebrate the Fall Semester

    Dec 14
    Flagler College students, faculty, and staff had a semester for the books. Here’s what we’ve been up to…
  • A stuffed lion toy sits on a table with a coffee mug and book in the Ponce Mezzanine

    Study Spots

    Dec 7
    If you’re still looking for the perfect place to finish studying for finals week, look no further. These top 9 tucked away spots are quiet, peaceful, and conveniently located on our beautiful campus.
  • Dr. Veenstra and a student covered in “thick and goopy” sediment. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Southwell)

    Using the humble oyster to save our shores

    Dec 7 | Flagler College Gargoyle
    Like many coastal areas, St. Augustine is familiar with the sight of eroded shorelines after a major storm. Along with destroying homes, erosion also damages vulnerable ecosystems, leaving every aspect of the coast affected by hurricanes and tropical storms.
  • Ceramics by Bailey Shuler

    Crisp-Ellert Art Museum Announces B.F.A. & B.A. Senior Portfolio Exhibition

    Dec 3
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College are pleased to announce our bi-annual exhibition of work by B.F.A. and B.A. candidates in the Department of Visual Art. The exhibition will be on view from Thursday, December 9, to Friday, December 10. The opening reception will occur from 5 to 8pm on December 9, and the exhibition will be on view December 10 from 10am to 4pm.
  • Women’s soccer player Andrea Fernandez dominates the competition

    Season of Champions

    Dec 3
    As Flagler College student-athletes wrap up an unforgettable fall, they're taking time to celebrate their achievements and reflect on the challenges that shaped them into stronger competitors.
  • President Delaney received the award from Bishop Felipe J. Estévez on behalf of Pope Francis at the Basilica Cathedral of St. Augustine.

    Flagler President John Delaney Receives Honor from the Pope

    Nov 17
    On September 19, John Delaney, President of Flagler College, was awarded the Papal award, known by its Latin name: The Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice honor. The medal was established by Leo XIII on July 17, 1888, and is awarded in recognition of extraordinary service to The Catholic Church. President Delaney received the award from Bishop Felipe J. Estévez on behalf of Pope Francis at the Basilica Cathedral of St. Augustine.
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    Exposing History: Color, Textiles and Taste

    Nov 12
    Flagler College is pleased to announce "Exposing History: Color, Taste and Textiles", a solo exhibition of new work by Laura Mongiovi, Flagler College Professor of Art and Design. The exhibition opens on November 19, 5:30 – 8:30. Speaker panel and opening reception rescheduled from the original date of November 5 (due to weather) to November 19.
  • Screenshot of the graphic design class

    The Design of a Better Future in Haiti

    Nov 12 | Flagler College Gargoyle
    Motivated by the many tragic events and disasters that have shaken the nation of Haiti, Flagler College Assistant Professor Chris Smith has started using his knowledge of graphic design and virtual learning to better the lives of Haitian students looking for marketable skills.
  • Flagler Forum speaker to focus on health longevity

    Nov 8
    Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy will present a lecture delivered by Senior Director of The Center for the Future of Aging at the Milken Institute Nora Super on November 16, 7 pm in Lewis Auditorium. She will present "Three Trends Shaping the Politics of Aging." This event is free and open to the public.
  • Sasha Pabis, wearing her graduation gown, sits on the grass in the Flagler Palm Garden

    First student begins Flagler Fast Track Master's program in Deaf Education

    Oct 29
    The Flagler Fast Track Master's program was started at Flagler College to give undergraduate Deaf Education majors an opportunity to pursue higher education related to their specific field of study. Students can begin taking courses for their Master's degree while in the undergraduate program, saving them both time and money.
  • Flagler College President John Delaney

    John Delaney Named Next President of Flagler College

    Oct 22
    The Flagler College Board of Trustees announces John A. Delaney as the fifth president of Flagler College. The announcement follows the retirement of Dr. Joseph G. Joyner in July.
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    Flagler College Theatre Arts to Perform “Fefu and Her Friends”

    Oct 14
    "My husband married me as a constant reminder of how loathsome women are" is the opening line of Fefu and Her Friend, by Cuban American playwright Maria Irene Fornes in the upcoming Flagler College Theatre Arts production. Winner of nine Obie Awards, Fornes became an inspiration for notable playwrights like Paula Vogel, Tony Kushner, Lanford Wilson, and Edward Albee.
  • Group photo of families participating in the coffee tour led by Prof. Zachary Cole

    More than 220 families and friends joined in on the festivities this weekend for the College’s Saints Weekend

    Oct 4
    Friday kicked off with open houses, Parents Leadership Council meeting, and the President’s Reception.
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    Eva Gibson, Flagler Alum and Published YA Author's Books Delve into Difficult Topics to Help Readers Realize They're Not Alone.

    Sep 30
    Eva Gibson was in the middle of a cross-country move with a new baby and a lot of change ahead. She was touring isolated rental properties with a dwindling phone signal when she looked out onto a river in the middle of rural Kentucky, standing alone on a cliff. As she stood there, she had a thought, anything could happen out here, and no one would know. That little, random thought led her to write her latest novel, Where Secrets Lie.
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