Tars Soccer Continues Winning Tradition

September 22, 2011

On Sept. 9, both Rollins soccer programs were in action against Sunshine State Conference rivals the University of West Florida Argonauts. The women stepped onto the field first. The Tars, now ranked 20th in the nation, debuted their ranking with a consistent attack and a solid defense led by center defense Anita Cox ’13 against […]

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Wake Up, It’s Football Season

September 22, 2011

It was a long, hot summer, but now that feeling in the air is back. I get up a bit earlier this time of year. I think I even have an extra bounce in my step. My morning coffee tastes better, and the bacon — well, the bacon always tastes good. My dog Boozer also […]

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Hitting New “Heights”

September 22, 2011

On Sept. 7, I attended my first real concert at Backbooth in downtown Orlando. Local bands opened and a childhood favorite, Hawthorne Heights, headlined. The talent definitely did not fall short. During the concert, music reverberated off the walls and the entire crowd bounced along to the beat. The sets were full of energy and […]

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An Artful Journey

September 22, 2011

As I walked into the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, I thought to myself, “What defines art?” I scanned through the exhibits, stopping to pay close attention to certain pieces but not to others. I found myself wondering what it was about these pieces of art that captured my interest and why the rest of the […]

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Java Joints: Austin’s Coffee

September 22, 2011

A short drive, bike ride, roller blade trip or walk down Fairbanks Ave. will bring you to Austin’s Coffee, a funky hole-in-the-wall coffee joint with lots of personality. A different atmosphere from the sophistication of Park Ave. and the hanging moss of the lakeside Rollins campus, Austin’s offers more than meets the eye. The narrow […]

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Who’s WHO in the Rollins Community?

September 22, 2011

Imagine being able to take an inside look at the lives of your favorite professors, learning everything from what they really think of Rollins to their favorite places to eat around Winter Park. That is exactly what is happening every Thursday at 4 p.m. on Who’s WHO, one of the newest shows on Rollins’ radio […]

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Open Mic Goes Down in Dave’s

September 22, 2011

For the 99 percent of you who did not attend, Open Mic Night in Dave’s Down Under was an enjoyable activity that should have been advertised more. Anyone could get up on stage and do whatever he or she wanted: jokes, singing, monologues, etc. In fact, an open mic night does not have to be […]

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Faces of Rollins: Chris Howe

September 22, 2011

The Internet, like many other great technological advancements, has become such an influential aspect of life that it is difficult to imagine a world without it. This is particularly interesting given that 17 years ago, many of us did not have Internet access or even a computer. Now it seems we take its very existence […]

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OMA Champions Olympics

September 22, 2011

Rhythmic and syncopated drum beats, incessant laughter and yelps of excitement from winning teams could be heard from a distance upon entering the Cornell Campus Center last Friday evening. The Office of Multicultural Affairs hosted its first annual OMA Olympics where first-year students were integrated with current OMA students to learn about diversity through traditional […]

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The Sweetest Swing in Baseball

September 22, 2011

Fear not, sports fans, the Annie Russell Theatre will be up to bat with its first performance of the 2011-2012 theater season this Friday. The Sweetest Swing in Baseball, directed by Dr. Jennifer Cavenaugh and starring Alexis Riley ’13, is not only a well-acted and thought-provoking meditation on art, art criticism, life, death, fame, sanity, […]

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