Sexperts: “Long-term, Long-distance Relationships”

February 10, 2012

‘Tis the season to either bask in the enjoyment of being romantically attached or curse the day the word “love” was ever invented. Although with Valentine’s Day falling fairly far into the valley of the school week this year (i.e. Tuesday), singles and non-singles alike are finding it hard to strike up the romance with […]

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Bridging the Gap with Bipolar Disorder

February 10, 2012

On Jan. 23, at 7 p.m., I attended a talk on bipolar disorder by Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison, writer of An Unquiet Mind: A Memoir of Moods and Madness, in the Knowles Memorial Chapel.  This event was well attended, and at 6:50 p.m., obligatory seating in the balcony began because there was no more seating […]

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WWW Presents Carl Hiassen

February 10, 2012

[AFG_gallery id=’20’] The night of Thursday, Feb. 2, the campus was abuzz  with the sounds of excited members of the community. The Winter With the Writers (WWW) festival opened with a large crowd and a reading by Carl Hiaasen. “I was overwhelmed by the response of the community to Hiaasen’s reading,” WWW intern Chelsea Cutchens […]

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Fashion Made Affordable for the College Student

February 10, 2012

Park Avenue is lined with boutiques and shops that are filled with delectable denim, marvelous maxi dresses and bedazzled bangles that appear to have come straight from the shops of Bangladesh. There is no surprise, though, that students attempting to pinch every penny should be warned to stay away. The quality of goods found on […]

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Sexperts Intro

February 10, 2012

“Porn stars, Preggos, and Prudes,” one of the more risqué courses offered at Rollins, served as the founding inspiration for this column. Biweekly, we will tackle scandalous issues, deliver relationship advice, and spice up the ‘Spur. From threesomes to long-distance relationships, the Sexperts will gather information from across the campus and within our own lives […]

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Guide to Celebrating Singles Awareness Day

February 10, 2012

While some students are coupled up for Valentine’s Day and exchanging gifts that will either be eaten or withered within a week, you may find yourself starting to feel left out. Don’t fret! There is nothing wrong with being without a significant other on Valentine’s Day. That special someone just hasn’t arrived yet. Until then, […]

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Thad

February 10, 2012

Art by Halston Snell

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Pinehurst: Inviting or Intimidating?

February 10, 2012

Most people know Pinehurst Cottage by its distinctive old-timey charm, cheery residents, Pancakes the cat and, of course, its emblematic porch. Many a fine afternoon of mine has been spent sitting on one of the green wicker rocking chairs – the fresh air, the good company, and the spectacular view all coalesce to form an […]

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Eleemosynary

February 10, 2012

“Eleemosynary: of or pertaining to alms; charitable.” Odds are that this word is not part of even most college students everyday vernacular; however, words like this and many others that fills the pages of daunting dictionaries everywhere also fill the pages of the script for Eleemosynary opening Feb. 15 in the Fred Stone Theatre. Eleemosynary […]

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Picasso at the Lapin Agile

February 10, 2012

What do artist Pablo Picasso, physicist Albert Einstein, and comedian Steve Martin all have in common? Besides their devilish good looks, it would probably have to be the hilarious Picasso at the Lapin Agile. The play, written by Martin in 1993, follows the events of one night, October 8, 1904 in France, where these two […]

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