Designed By: Will Hauver, ‘15

Smokers Kicked to the Curb

October 24, 2013

Smokers feel segregated by the assigned smoking areas established by the current Rollins policy . In May of this past year I decided to fully embrace the notoriously unoptimistic challenge of cigarette smoking cessation. While I have had my own battles and moments-of-truth to face, I have ultimately been successful with few slip-ups to report. However, […]

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Photo by Jill Gable

Legacy of Dean Erdmann Lives On

October 24, 2013

[information]Read another student story of Dean Erdmann here.[/information] Two summers ago, I attended Discover Rollins upon the insistence of my parents –and if I’m being brutally honest, they were definitely more interested in seeing the campus than I was. We ended up getting lost somewhere around the old Bush building ( yes, I have been […]

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Intersession: Get to Know Your Choices

October 24, 2013

As a Rollins’ rite of passage, Intersession is a time to explore the liberal arts landscape without the constraints of GenEds and major maps. Offered the week before spring term, the intercession experience is included in tuition, and each course is worth two credits. From service trips to sci-fi films, public sexuality to Disney, these […]

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Tinsel Talk: She’s Just Being Miley… 2.0

October 24, 2013

Tinsel Talk: A cultural commentary with Chris Saraffian From booty shaking performances to provocative music videos, Miley Cyrus and her Disney roots are ridiculed while other pop artists are applauded for using the same gimmicks. Oct. 8 signaled a monumental turning point for the timeline of Miley Cyrus’ music career. On this silent, autumnal Tuesday, […]

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Coming Out for the Coming Out Monologues

October 24, 2013

“Coming out is a process, not just one moment,” was the general consensus of the participants in the Coming Out Monologues on October 10. Spectrum, Prism, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, and the Lucy Cross Center for Women came together to coordinate the first inaugural Monologues at Rollins. “At Rollin’s version of the Coming Out […]

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Poetry for Eggheads

October 24, 2013

There’s a lot to be said of someone who has the nerve to write poetry in this day and age. But, there’s even more to be said when this same person is an actor, comedian, song-writer, and musician with the aim to produce something “weird”–as he declared about eight times. Having flipped through the pages […]

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Letter from the Editor

October 24, 2013

Everything Real. Everything Rollins. We have now entered the bleak, dead center of the semester. The work has begun to pile up, yet there is still no shining end of the tunnel in sight. While this time of year can begin to seem absolutely dreadful and positively hopeless, I prefer to look at its sheer […]

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Photo by Photo Art by Kelsey

Puppies Trained for Progress

October 24, 2013

Service dogs inspire two Rollins students to change campus policy and bring light to the disabled community. Before you read this, I encourage you to think of Rollins. How many people do you see with disabilities? Maybe one or two? How many buildings on our campus are accessible for an individual in a wheelchair? Most […]

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Shows to Fall For

October 24, 2013

Managing Editor, Annamarie Carlson, shares her television expertise with a go-to guide for returning shows and new series debuting this fall. I’m a television junkie. I cannot tell you when it started or how I function each week in between classes, my thesis, and running the web-components of The Sandspur (yes, all those emails you […]

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Where in the World

October 24, 2013

Los Angeles, California-As of right now, the state of California will be the first kind of proof for whether or not President Obama’s healthcare plan can be successful. The subsidized healthcare exchange is known as Covered California and has already received over 16,000 applications, which cover more than 29,000 people. There are also thousands more […]

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