Dying City, the first of four Fred Stone Theatre productions at Rollins College this academic year, opened on Wednesday Oct. 19 and will run through this Saturday, Oct. 22.  Fred Stone Theatre showings are free [...]


On Sept. 13, 2016, Garrison Keillor performed at Rollins, where I have taught since 1999. White, Christian, and middle-class, I grew up in small-town Minnesota, a place resonant of Lake Wobegon. I long have regarded [...]


On October 8th, SunRail announced that a Saturday service would begin next week during Come Out With Pride Orlando. Thousands of people were expected to attend the festivities downtown, and the previous week-day only schedule [...]


With Hurricane Mathew and Fall Break behind us, and with Thanksgiving Break coming up, Netflix is on many Rollins students’ minds. Though the seasons do not bring drastic changes to the weather, most Floridians take [...]

Posted On October 20, 2016 | No Comments on Lady Tars Come Out On Top

The Rollins women’s soccer team played against Florida Southern on Wednesday, Oct. 5. Rollins came out on top with a 2-0 win. The Tars scored very early in the game with a goal from Paxton [...]


Inspiration for films can come in many forms. For Robert Gordon, a pirated DVD copy of old debates did the trick. Gordon (55), a writer and filmmaker, was instantly captivated as he watched footage of [...]