Posted On September 21, 2017 | No Comments on Irma brings fire and fury

Crashing, humming, and orange flames are what Erin Crawford, ’20, heard and saw as she looked out her window around 12:30 a.m. Monday. Crawford’s house, located in Chuluota, FL, fell victim to Hurricane Irma’s 110 [...]

All fraternities and sororities at Florida State University have been suspended indefinitely; this is in response to the death of 20-year-old fraternity pledge Andrew Coffey, who was found dead the morning after attending a fraternity [...]

As a part of the national campaign, ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge, Rollins College was awarded the Best in Class Award for its phenomenally high student voting rate in the 2016 election. Rollins received this [...]

Sitting at the piano in Tiedtke Concert Hall, the Israeli pianist, Alon Goldstein, marveled at the Scarlatti sonatas as “studies in imagination of all possibilities of writing for the keyboard.” Goldstein’s program for the afternoon [...]

The Rollins Water Ski team member who suffered critical injuries back in early October is in the process of making a full recovery. After Josh Briant ’18 improperly hit the ramp at the collegiate regionals [...]

By 1 p.m. Monday, March 6, over 500 university affiliates had packed Princeton’s Frist Campus Center. By the end of the day, 64 teach-ins occurred, 13 university and community organizations promoted their respective causes and nearly 1,500 people participated [...]