Journalist went where “nobody else wanted to go”

At 9:30 a.m. Tuesday during Flagler College’s annual Communication Week, journalist Roy Gutman will speak to students in the Gamache-Koger Theatre at Ringhaver Student Center. Gutman has worked as a journalist for Newsday, McClatchy, and is now a freelancer covering foreign affairs. His coverage of ethnic cleansing in Bosnia-Herzegovina won the Pulitzer Prize in 1993, … Read more

Up for some travel and adventure? Try the Pulitzer Center

For the third year in a row, one Flagler College student will have the opportunity to travel almost anywhere in the world to report on an issue that has been largely ignored. In 2017, Flagler College announced its partnership with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a non-profit journalism organization aimed at supporting coverage of … Read more

Student catches recognition for her work

A Flagler College student’s documentary about midwifery was screened at the St. Augustine Film Festival in January. Elise Kolmer, who graduated from the college with a degree in journalism and media production in December 2018, calls her project, “The Fourth Wave: Catching Babies.” After it was shown at the film festival, she said her documentary … Read more

A new minor: Music to his ears

Sounds of singing and piano music coming from the first floor of Lewis House likely isn’t coming from any of the residents of the men’s dormitory at Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. More likely the music can be traced to one of five practice rooms for students who are minoring in music. The 18-credit music … Read more