Continue the Legacy

October 1, 2010

An average day in the life of Caitlyn Deasy ’14 includes attending four classes, eating a sushi rainbow roll at lunch with her friends, and playing at least 18 holes of golf with precision and ease. Deasy originally hails from Westchester, New York, but really grew up about 20 minutes outside of West Palm Beach […]

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Lingerie Football League Not So Laughable

October 1, 2010

The Orlando Fantasy of the Lingerie Football League kicked off their inaugural season on Friday, Sept. 24 at the UCF Arena. Not familiar? It’s just the local franchise of the 10-team league starring teams of scantily clad women playing full-contact football. We were unsure of what to wear to the game; patrons of most sporting […]

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Saving Eagles’ Season Saves Vick’s Rep

October 1, 2010

As all football buffs are aware, Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid has named Michael Vick the team’s starting quarterback. This is a complete reversal of what Reid has been saying since Vick came in against the Green Bay Packers in relief of an injured Kevin Kolb. “When someone is playing at the level Michael Vick […]

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Displaced by Acts of Nature

October 1, 2010

Climate Refugees, a documentary directed by Michael Nash, was screened at Bush Auditorium on Sunday, Sept. 26, the last day of the Global Peace Film Festival. This is the festival’s fifth year in partnership with Rollins College. One of the last films shown during this year’s festival, Climate Refugees, was shown to a packed theatre. […]

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Children for Peace

October 1, 2010

The Eighth Annual Global Peace Film Festival took place from Tuesday, Sept. 21 to Sunday, Sept. 26. It honors and promotes global and community awareness of peace and environmental sustainability. It draws together a large variety of filmmakers from all over the world to give an eye-opening glimpse of the world. On Sunday, Sept. 26, […]

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Invocation Fails to Impress

October 1, 2010

Walking into a movie that stars the Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu and Mark Whalberg, I was fully prepared to feel enlightened or at least inspired. However, 90 minutes later, I walked away feeling slightly unimpressed and mostly unaffected. Emmanuel Itier’s The Invocation was promoted as a documentary about the “search for God” and a study […]

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“Cut-To” Embodies Spirit of Rollins Improv Players

October 1, 2010

What do you get when you mix frozen yogurt, a tanning salon, a strip club and horseback riding? A typical show by the Rollins Improv Players (RIP). For those who have never attended RIP shows, they consist of fast-paced humor, rapidly changing plotlines, and a lot of quick thinking. Last Friday’s show was one of […]

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Two Seats, Two Improvisers, Too Funny

October 1, 2010

When asked what improvisational theater is, many would probably describe a short form show, a variety of sketches that you have seen at a local improv comedy theater. What they would not immediately think of, however, are two improvisers each establishing one character with nothing but two chairs and two props to drive an entire […]

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Rollins Community Takes Part in The Anti-Haze Craze

October 1, 2010

During the week of Sept. 20, Rollins, for the first time ever, brought us National Hazing Prevention Week. The topic of hazing has been in the national conversation for the past few years, especially after 2004 when University of Colorado student Gordie Bailey died from a hazing incident involving alcohol. Hazing has traditionally been associated […]

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Improve Your Résumé as Well as the World

October 1, 2010

What does it mean to be a Rotarian? What is a Rotary Club? Essentially, it is an international community devoted to the eradication and solution of some of the world’s most crippling and unacceptable conditions such as illiteracy, poverty, food shortage, water pollution and, most importantly, isolation. It is amazing what can be accomplished when […]

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