Men’s Soccer Scores a Double Win

November 19, 2010

The Rollins men’s soccer team claimed two victories last weekend to make it through the first round of the NCAA Division II Tournament and into the Elite Eight. On Friday, Nov. 12, the Tars landed a 1-0 victory in a thrilling match against West Florida. The Tars had early influence from Stephen Wright ’11, who […]

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Brooklyn Rider Makes Classical Music Hip

November 19, 2010

At 8:30 p.m. in the Tiedtke Concert Hall, a packed audience rose to a standing ovation, prompting string quartet Brooklyn Rider back onto the stage to bow once again. What separates this from any number of Bach Festival programs is the aforementioned time: it was intermission. The four native New Yorkers enlivened history, bringing the […]

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Bush Defends Choices

November 19, 2010

Former President George W. Bush has just released his controversial memoir, Decision Points. In it, the former president talks about many aspects of his life, but mainly the eight years of his presidency, discussing many of the trials and tribulations he went through, from 9/11 and the Iraq War to Hurricane Katrina and the economic […]

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Rollins Alum Monkeys Around

November 19, 2010

Gorilla: (noun) the largest anthropoid ape, inhabiting the forests of central Western Africa. It is stocky and massive, with a short muzzle and coarse dark hair. Gorilla Theatre: (noun) a new improv show at SAK Comedy Lab where four directors compete for the coveted Gorilla Trophy. Though their show on Nov. 12 was only one […]

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The Thrilling Land of the Language Department

November 19, 2010

Viewed from the outside, Hauck Hall appears normal enough. Rollins’ language building, odds are that unless one has taken a language class he or she has yet to step inside Hauck. The classrooms, like the building, appear average, tiny even, as if they were constructed at the school’s founding 125 years ago. What these classrooms […]

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Keep Campus a SafeZone By Becoming an Ally

November 19, 2010

Approximately 15 students gave up their Saturday afternoon to become certified Safe- Zone allies. They engaged in an afternoon of learning about and understanding the LGBTQQIPAA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queen, intersexed, pansexual, asexual and ally) community and becoming allies. Meghan Thomas ’11, Ashley Green ’11, and Dr. J. Scott Hewitt, associate professor of […]

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SGRho Steps Its Way to Unity

November 19, 2010

The members of Sigma Gamma Rho (SGRho) showed their true colors during their step show Wednesday, Nov. 10. “I bleed blue and gold!” proclaimed the sisters. This show was different than many of their other shows because it was held in Bush Auditorium and they gave a special preview before the show. This show was […]

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Does Free Speech Change Online?

November 19, 2010

The First Amendment— freedom of speech—is one of the most fundamental rights that Americans have. It is necessary in order for democracy to exist, allowing us to essentially speak our minds. At what point is okay to continue to speak your mind even if negative consequences come from it? This issue will most likely remain […]

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Regulations on Blood Donations Outdated

November 19, 2010

This past week, Rollins hosted a blood drive for students, staff and community members to donate. Blood drives like these are imperative to have all over our country since there is always a shortage of blood for hospital patients, especially those with rare types. When our country is in such a need of blood donations, […]

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Your Health at Risk with Adderall

November 19, 2010

Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurobehavioral developmental disorder. A person with this disorder may have the following symptoms: fidgeting, constant moving, excessive talking, disorganization, procrastination and difficulty paying attention. Treatment and management are crucial for granting those diagnosed with ADHD the opportunity to live easier. How do psychiatrists test for ADHD? They use a […]

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