All Closet Doors Open

October 10, 2013

The LGBT community at Rollins may be a minority, but is welcomed with acceptance and encouragement.  Students of all sexual orientations feel that their student and sexual identities are compatible. For nine consecutive years, Rollins College has proudly clenched U.S. World and News’ coveted title as the “No.1 Regional University in the South.” This Spanish […]

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Grandson of Gandhi Spreads Peace to Rollins Community

October 10, 2013

FAMILY WISDOM Arun Gandhi shares his views on current world conflicts with the public. The grandson of the legendary, Mahatma Gandhi, also advocated for a higher education centered on enlightenment rather than money income. Sitting in the gorgeous Knowles Memorial Chapel just feet away from the incredible Arun Gandhi, grandson of legendary peace activist Mahatma […]

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CFAM: It’s Alive!

October 10, 2013

With an interactive bird exhibit, photo booth, and scavenger hunt, CFAM’s First Friday event was a night to remember WILD AWAKENING  At their First Friday event, CFAM’s featured exhibition, Birds of Florida, recreated wildlife and exposed the importance of bird ecosystems. The Cornell Fine Arts Museum presented the First Friday event on October 4. The exhibition […]

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Go Greek in Greece

October 10, 2013

Studying abroad often comes with culture shock, but students who embrace the culture, language and food find their experience to be a dream come true. I keep waking up every morning and having to remind myself I’m on the other side of the world. It’s really bizarre. Landing in Athens, Greece, I had to convince […]

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Where in the World

October 10, 2013

Seoul, South Korea – The dissipation of tension with North Korea from earlier this year seems to have been short-lived, especially when recent signs have indicated that the country has restarted its nuclear reactor. Observed and monitored via commercial satellite imagery, North Korea’s main nuclear complex was allegedly viewed to be discharging hot water. The […]

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A Mere Experience

October 10, 2013

“Women! What can you say? Who made ‘em? God must have been a fuckin’ genius. The hair… They say the hair is everything, you know. Have you ever buried your nose in a mountain of curls… just wanted to go to sleep forever? Or lips… and when they touched, yours were like… that first swallow […]

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All That Jazz with Rollins Alum

October 10, 2013

This past week on Tuesday October 1, Rollins College held its Jazz Series: Moving Forward concert. The program featured original pieces by Rollins Alum Chris Rottmayer. The concert was a result of Rollins College Hamilton Holt School’s Student-Faculty Collaboration Grant Program. The collaboration was a joint effort of faculty professor Dr. Daniel Crozier, Professor of […]

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‘Coming Out’ on Stage

October 10, 2013

Loescher illuminates contemporary LGBT issues by acting out her personal experiences. On Sunday, September 29 at 8pm, Rollins Improv Players, or RIP, put on a uniquely resonant showing – Amando Diaz: The “R” Project. Sponsored by the on-campus organization, Spectrum, this performance had a theme with which I am all too familiar: sexual orientation and […]

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Toddlers Teach Undergrads

October 10, 2013

Rollins’ Child Development Center expands its program while raising awareness with a community fundraiser Since the early 1990s, the Rollins Child Development Center (CDC) has made an effort to enroll a wide variety of “young learners” into their program. Recently, though, they have solidified that long-standing tradition through the creation of a formal inclusion policy. […]

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Experience Your Future, for Free

October 10, 2013

Paid or unpaid, internships are worth the experience Crap. Well, that was a milder version of the expletive, (okay, maybe an entire string of expletives) that were running through my mind at lightning speed as I watched my Mac desktop go black without any warning. I had barely been the web editorial intern for Destination […]

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