Inside Bush Science Center

April 19, 2013

Hongjin Du ’14, Mary Catherine Pflug ’16, and Annamarie Carlson ’14 toured the inside of Bush Science Center on Friday, April 19, 2013. Construction is set to be complete by August 1, 2013, with the building ready for classes at the end of August. To see full details on the construction and amenities of the […]

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“Our Legs are in Boston.”

April 19, 2013

[information]View photos of the Boston Marathon Memorial here and a response from Dean Powers here.[/information] Rollins students ran in a 2.6 mile Rollins Mini Boston Marathon planned by Hien Nguyen in response to the Boston Marathon bombings. Students ran three laps starting and ending at the Mills flag pole. Community members donated for Dean Powers and other families […]

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Day of Silence

April 19, 2013

Spectrum and the Office of Multicultural Affairs celebrated the National Day of Silence with their event, Voices for the Sielenced. Students “broke the silence” by vowing to call attention to the silencing effort of anti-LGBT bullying and harassment in schools on Friday, April 19, 2013.

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Lesson from the past

April 19, 2013

At a historical campus like Rollins, inspiration during the stressful time between finals and the end of the year can be found around any corner; you just have to look.  As finals season quickly approaches and the semester starts to spiral down towards finals, papers, and presentations, it’s easy to get caught up in the […]

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Resilency and Grit Grants Victory

April 19, 2013

Adam Smith became the first Australian golfer to win the Masters. Marking history within the 77 year old tournament, Smith came into the competition as an underdog and emerged as a champion. July 2012: Australia’s Adam Scott goes to the 15th hole leading the Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St. Annes by four shots. […]

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Simply Film: 42

April 19, 2013

I’m not a huge fan of sports movies in general; the last two I remember enjoying was Remember the Titans (2000) and Invictus (2009), both of which coincidentally dealt with racial segregation in the South of (of the United States and Africa, respectively). Perhaps suggesting that 42 is formulaic is an understatement. Brian Helgeland, writer […]

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Two Degrees, One Remarkable Education

April 19, 2013

Imagine studying abroad in Germany for a year and in a half, partaking in an international internship and becoming fluent in a second language – German. Picture a program that allows students to earn two bachelor degrees in four years. Starting in Fall 2013, the Rollins Dual Degree Program (DDP) offers the opportunity to graduate […]

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Home Again after Eight Years Waiting

April 19, 2013

Rollins Relief is a student led organization that focuses on disaster relief initiatives. They work to provide aid locally, nationally, and internationally to people and communities affected by both natural and manmade disasters. Last week Sande Grantz, a homeowner who was displaced by Hurricane Katrina, finally returned home after almost eight years. During the winter […]

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Sexperts Take New York City: The Museum of Sex

April 19, 2013

Pandas kept in captivity typically live in such small numbers, that they never witness the mating of any other pandas. This perpetuates their already low birth rate, thus threatening their very existence. To remedy this, scientists have developed literal “panda porn” – videos of pandas mating, in order to teach these gentle giants how to […]

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Bottom of the Food Chain

April 19, 2013

Exposing herself to the more dangerous side of life, Suarez walks in the shoes of an immigrant farm worker for a day. Enlightened to the grueling labor conditions and exploitation of undocumented workers, Suarez presents her stance on the American political controversy of immigration. “What do you think of our crazy Mexicans?” asked the fat […]

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