Foundation Seeks to Help Rollins

April 26, 2012

For many, obtaining an education is a luxury in and of itself. For the privileged few provided the opportunity to attend college, the struggles can oftentimes appear insurmountable. With the rising costs of tuition and the associated costs of housing, meal plans, organizational fees and fees such as caps and gowns, many are required to […]

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Player Profiles Round Off End of Season

April 26, 2012

This week marks the end of the academic year, a year in which the Tars have seen great success across multiple sports. From the volleball court to the soccer field, these athletes have faced personal and teamworthy triumphs. Here are some of our player profiles to recap the season and gain an insight into the […]

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The Annie Russell Labours in Love

April 26, 2012

Love is in the air, and the lords and ladies must labor long and hard to woo their counterparts before all is lost. This week marked the debut of William Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost on the Annie Russell stage. The show features the quest for love between a set of men and women. The lords […]

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Alternative Supergroup Passes with Flying Colors

April 26, 2012

Alternative supergroup Flying Colors released its self-titled debut album in March. Whereas ex-Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy’s collaboration in the band Adrenaline Mob was an aggressive heavy metal affair, Flying Colors displays the other side of the spectrum of his prolific ability. Flying Colors’ sound is best described as progressive rock fused with alternative rock. […]

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Sexperts: Come All Ye faithful

April 26, 2012

Considering my first time going to second base took place in the costume closet of a local church, I am not exactly an authority on balancing sexuality and religion. However, personal vendettas aside, I am aware of the moral struggle plaguing college students: keeping faith while not becoming a prude. And yet, as everyone can […]

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Make the Most of Your Tuition Dollars

April 26, 2012

Having listened recently to one of my students lament facing a $30,000 student loan payback when she graduates, I had at the time only sympathy to offer. But thinking more about it, I now have some advice that won’t help her clear her debt but might help justify the cost of her higher education — […]

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Student Loan Conundrum: What’s Next?

April 26, 2012

Going to college directly out of high school sounded like the perfect plan to Becky Smith. The federal government gave her money for her books, her tuition and her living expenses. She had it made. It took her one semester to learn that she did not actually have to attend classes in order to get […]

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Proposed Bill Makes SGA More Accessible to Students

April 26, 2012

On Wednesday, April 18, the Student Government Association (SGA) met for its penultimate meeting of the semester. After going through reports on the executive board, Senate member Ed Leffler ’14 took the floor to discuss his proposed Fiax Lux Act. The act proposes reforms on spending policies, including one that asks for spending over $100 […]

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Local Pizzeria Possible Replacement for Domino’s

April 26, 2012

You’ve heard the rumors. You’ve voted. Your voice has been heard. Although nothing is set in stone, Steven Vu and Becky Nguyen’s locally owned Park Avenue Pizza is on its way to being the new pizza vendor for Rollins College. The push for this change originally came about when a poll was taken that showed […]

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Words of Farewell From Your Seniors

April 26, 2012

  What does Editor-in-Chief mean? I’ve worked in this position for an entire year now and I’m not sure I can even answer that question. But, what I can say is it’s a personal experience; something that is uniquely different for every person. And I think that’s what I want to be remembered as: uniquely […]

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