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Did you catch it? If you were watching ‘Jeopardy’ on Oct. 20, you might have seen Flagler College pop up in the Double Jeopardy round. The category was “State/College” and there in the box for $2,000 was Flagler College with Ringling School of Art and Design. The question: “What is Florida?” of course.
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Two Flagler alumni in Golf Magazine’s ’40 under 40′
There they were, some of the biggest names in the world of golf: Tiger Woods. Michelle Wie. Donald Trump’s son, Donnie, and even pop star (and golf aficionado) Justin Timberlake.
They were all part of Golf Magazine’s “40 Under 40” list, which was billed as a collection of “the most influential people in golf under 40-years-old.”
But if you looked past the celebrities and sport stars, you may have noticed two more recognizable names on the list: Flagler alumni Laura Hill and Guy Garbarino, both 1998 sport management grads.
A mixed media art exhibition of Flagler College alumni called “Morning Brew” was held October to January in St. Augustine and featured the work of artists Katie Day, Dustin Miller, Carolyn Denman, Tara Ferreira, Seth Ferreira, Jayson Earl, Zach Thomas, Scott Smith, Cheryl Joy Miner, Tom Kiernan, Christine Applewhite, Scott Thompson and Kristina Cancelmi. The exhibit was sponsored by The St. Johns Cultural Council, and was curated by Tara Ferreira.
King joined the Flagler faculty in the fall of 1987 as an assistant professor of philosophy and religion. He retired with the rank of associate professor in 1999.
“I have a hearing problem, and I can still hear one even when it’s off in the distance, “he said. “I suppose it’s because that sound is embedded in my brain.”
Mansford is one of five Vietnam Veterans who participated in a documentary called “Vietnam: Service, Sacrifice and Courage; Local Neighbors, National Heroes.” He also served as a Sergeant in the Marine Corps in the war from 1965 to 1966.
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