Nev Schulman from Catfish

October 3, 2013

Nev Schulman from Catfish spoke on campus on Thursday, October 2, 2013. The event began with a viewing of the Catfish documentary and was followed by Q&A and meet and greet with Nev.

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Rollins vs. Winter Park?

October 3, 2013

On the City of Winter Park’s homepage, they state that their community’s vision is to “be the best place to live, work, and play in Florida for today’s residents and future generations to come,” but how does the existence of a notorious party school, like Rollins College, at the epicenter of this city’s social sphere […]

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Athlete Profile: Brenna McKee

October 3, 2013

Women’s soccer captain Brenna McKee reflects on personal career, revealing season goals and overall team potential. Q: What year are you and what do you study? A: It’s my fourth year here at Rollins, so I’m an academic senior. I’ve only used three years of eligibility, so I’m a junior in terms of athletics, meaning […]

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Laramie Project Review: Emotional Production Sparks Reflection

October 3, 2013

Moving production chronicles tragedy and hypnotizes audience The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later was performed by Rollins College’s very own theatre department in the Annie Russell Theatre. The story of The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later followed the case and brutal murder of a handsome young man by the name of Matthew Shepard. It is […]

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EcoRollins Ice Cream Photo Contest

October 3, 2013

EcoRollins set up table for the Late Night Snack Photo Contest last week outside the Cornell Campus Center. Members of the club volunteered to table the campaign and take photos of passerbys as students made their way to satisfy their food cravings. All of the photos taken are available for viewing on the Eco-Rollins Facebook […]

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Student Org Spotlight: Brushing

October 3, 2013

Literary and art journal offers a new creative outlet. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh, yes! It’s that time of year again for us–lovers of all things creative–poets, writers, and artists. Grab your reading glasses and favorite coffee mug because it is here again, my dear friends. Brushing! With furrowed eyebrows and room-wandering eyes, you may ask, “What the heck […]

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WPRK Update: Basement Radio, Big City Respect

October 3, 2013

I remember it like it was yesterday: Fox Fest ’13. The delicious hot dogs from Anthony’s Eat and Treats, the adorable popsicle cart, the intricate artwork sold, and of course, the music. From the Rollins students’ jazz and funk-inspired The Groove Orient to the insane encore of Bright Light Social Hour, Fox Fest ’13 proved […]

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Athlete Profile: Johanna Olsson

October 3, 2013

Johanna Kristina Olsson, a collegiate level tennis player, has graced Rollins with her talent as a freshman this year. From Sweden, Johanna first visited Rollins in the fall of 2012. After being on campus for just minutes, she was convinced that Rollins was the place for her. That same day, Johanna had the chance to […]

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Gen Ed Spotlight: Monsters in Literature and Film

October 3, 2013

Although some students may adore that Rollins requires a variety of general education courses, for others it is a real pain in the butt. There are, however, some classes one could take to fill a “gen ed” requirement and still have fun with it. A specific class that I would recommend is ENG 190: Monsters […]

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Running in Color

October 3, 2013

The 5k Color Run took place on September 22 at the Citrus Bowl. Runners began arriving as early as 6:30 am to pick up their color packages containing their shirt, headband, temporary tattoos, and of course their packets of color. Once all of the participants were checked in and decked out, it was time to […]

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