Only for the Tasteless

September 5, 2013

Oh boy, a Purge ripoff. Well, I guess I just gave away my opinion of You’re Next in one sentence, huh? Admittedly, stuck in between James Wan’s The Conjuring on one side and the highly anticipated Insidious: Part II on the other is not a pleasant place to be, but the fact of the matter […]

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9/11: Twelve Years Later

September 5, 2013

As the anniversary of nine eleven approaches, a New York native recalls the terrorist attacks and calls on fellow Americans to never forget that fateful day. As I sat at my computer to complete assignments, I heard fellow employees chatter about what seemed to be some juicy news. Unclear as to what was being said, […]

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Breaking the Mold

September 5, 2013

As a fan of Woody Allen’s work, I was put in a difficult position upon the release of his last movie, To Rome With Love. Due to the fact that it was surprisingly pretty lame, I had to decide whether to defend Allen for old time’s sake, or to expose his work for the rather […]

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Do Not Order the Jambalaya

September 5, 2013

Tibby’s New Orleans Kitchen website claims that Tibby’s is “not the New Orleans you have visited; it is the New Orleans that locals call home.” Being a native son of Louisiana, I was excited and somewhat skeptical over the prospect of being able to eat dishes from the homeland right here in Winter Park. So […]

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VMAs 2013: Same Old Song and Dance

September 5, 2013

As another summer comes to an end, another MTV Video Music Awards show passes by, along with its typical controversial moments. For those not familiar with this pop culture staple, the annual Video Music Awards (VMAs) mark a rare moment when MTV pretends that it still broadcasts music videos on its channel, and therefore can […]

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White Collars and Full Sleeve Tattoos

September 5, 2013

Nowadays approximately 1 out of 5, or about 14% of Americans can boast that they have a tattoo on their body—this is a dramatic increase compared to only about a decade ago. The rise of the body ink culture is making many young adults question whether or not having tattoos will affect their job search, […]

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Get a Room–If You Can Find One…

September 5, 2013

Last semester, TKE was evicted from Pugsley Hall, the dormitory that has been home to the fraternity for several decades. McCoy follows up on the status of Pugsley and the growing student body. A question often asked of students who attend small liberal arts colleges is does everyone just know everyone? It can feel that […]

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What Happens at Rollins Stays on the Confession Page

September 5, 2013

As students started to settle into the new semester at Rollins, talk buzzed among upperclassmen and new students alike with the mysterious new creation of the Facebook page “Rollins Confessions”. On this page, an anonymous administrator sifts through student-submitted comments on anything and everything Rollins-related, and then posts these comments on a public “Rollins Confessions” […]

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Sexperts: Turn Your Summer Fling into the Real Thing

September 5, 2013

Extend your Summer romance into a relationship that lasts through the Fall semester. Sexpert David breaks the stereotypes of summer lovin’. Hot bodies. Heated temperatures. Passion. Sex. Young love. Tan skin. All of these are ideas come to mind when I think of the words “Summer Love.” We’ve moved past the innocence of Grease, and […]

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Red Carpet on The Green

September 5, 2013

Each year, Rollins gives the first week of the Fall semester the title “Be a Part from the Start”. This week is filled with different activities that help students engage with the community. Last Tuesday night, Rollins organized a movie on the lawn, for which they showed the movie Mooz-Lum. The movie was about a […]

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