ROC Awaiting Housing Appeal

February 17, 2011

Campus has been buzzing. Has Rollins Outdoor Club (ROC) really lost housing for next year? Can a new organization gain housing if ROC gets kicked out? ROC did lose housing following its annual review due to failing to meet expectations that were set for it when it was placed on probation last spring. The organization […]

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A Tearful Goodbye to a Childhood Landmark

February 17, 2011

When I was three, I took a picture in front of Mickey’s mailbox at his home in Mickey’s Starland. A few years later, I visited Mickey’s house again in Mickey’s Toontown Fair. On that trip, my mom went into labor with my younger sister, and I got to accompany her behind one of the mysterious […]

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WPRK in Top 10 for mtvU Radio Award

February 17, 2011

It is time for the annual mtvU Woodie Awards again, which this year may include Rollins’ own radio station, WPRK. For the past seven years, mtvU, a division of the MTV network catering to an audience of college students with underground and emerging artists, has hosted the Woodie Awards. The network claims that the Woodie […]

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Just Another Predictable Rom-Com

February 17, 2011

The best way to watch Just Go With It is to simply just go with it. Although I missed the first 20 minutes of the movie, I was able to catch on to the obvious storyline in three minutes. The constant puns and one-liners were mediocre, at best. I have never been a huge fan […]

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Religion, Race and Homosexuality

February 17, 2011

In the spirit of responsible leadership and global citizenship, 20 Rollins faculty, staff, Holt and A&S students ventured into the central Florida community on Tuesday, Feb. 9. The Center, the oldest LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) community center in Florida, partnered with the American Civil Liberties Union, the Human Rights Campaign, and Equality Florida […]

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Student Profile: Brian Hatch

February 17, 2011

Hometown: Saint Cloud, Florida Major: Theatre Random Fact: I wear Batman underwear (Ka-Pow!) for every opening night performance. What activities have you been involved in? To date, I have performed in nine (the ninth being It’s All Greek to Me premiering at the Annie at the end of this semester) different shows between The Fred […]

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CMF Interest Low

February 17, 2011

The Campus Movie Fest (CMF) is underway at Rollins for the sixth year in a row, but for some reason its participation rate has diminished in the last few years. What has changed in recent years that has caused this decrease? For starters, last year All Campus Events (ACE) took over for Rollins’ LEAD team. […]

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Letters to Sala

February 17, 2011

A great part of Rollins’ legacy is the post-graduation life of its alumni. For example, Beth Lincks ’75, who after graduating became a famous playwright under the pen name Arlene Hutton. One of Lincks’ recent plays, Letters to Sala, opened Friday, Feb. 11 at Rollins’ Annie Russell Theatre. Sala is based on the true story […]

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A Single Girl’s Advice

February 17, 2011

As a single lady in the prime of my life, you may think that I hate Valentine’s Day because I am wasting my better years alone and loveless. That would be the typical cynical outlook, would it not? But we are all sick to death of the bitter single girl sitting in her room on […]

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Abortion Speaker’s Stance is Impractical

February 17, 2011

Abortion. Regardless of your opinions on the matter, you cannot escape the immense controversy it stirs up in the worlds of priests and politicians alike. Lately, the already problematic topic has made its way from the newsroom to congress and even to our campus. Ohio legislature is set to unveil a law that will prohibit […]

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