Academics under Construction

November 21, 2013

Career and Life Planning Committee suggests a required course for A&S and CPS students to cover resumes, internships, networking, and professional etiquette. You did it. You got into college. After countless hours spent taking the SAT/ACT, writing and revising drafts of entrance essays, and filling out applications, you received your acceptance letter and are officially […]

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Typhoon Devastates Philippines

November 21, 2013

The Philippines are trying to recover from a typhoon that left as many as 10,000 people dead. Super Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippine province of Leyte early Friday morning. Strong winds and torrential rain pummeled the eastern Philippines. Tacloban, the capital of Leyte, was the worst hit city and is the center of current relief […]

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Too Early for Christmas Music?

November 21, 2013

Christmas is already in the air and can be heard everywhere with the Christmas songs we love. But is it premature? Opposing views take on the topic. Ali Burdick: It is almost that time of the year again—stores start putting up their holiday window displays, Starbucks smells of those delicious peppermint mochas again, and Christmas […]

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Talented Tars Need Chemistry

November 21, 2013

Coach Klusman looks to senior co-captain Mitch Woods to lead raw group of basketball talent that features giant frontcourt and experienced backcourt. The future is bright for Rollins Men’s Basketball. The basketball season has officially begun, and three games into the season, the Tars are working through the transition of losing three starters from last […]

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Tinsel Talk: Bieber Fever Wears Off

November 21, 2013

Making scandalous headlines and becoming one of Hollywood’s most disliked celebrities, the spiraling pop star is leaving behind an infamous legacy. It is a truth universally acknowledged that Justin Bieber is an outrageous, pretentious, little tool. During his “My World” days he seemed less annoying and more tolerable; however, a recent slew of controversy and […]

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A Mere Experience

November 21, 2013

In one week, it will finally be Thanksgiving. I have been desperately waiting for this five-day break for ages, and I can only guess how badly you all need it too. I am tired, burnt out, over it all, and, quite frankly, done with this semester. I have Stage Four Senioritis and this time away […]

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Sexperts: Do It. Do It Everywhere.

November 21, 2013

Although sex in public is frowned upon, there are ways to get away with it. Here are a few tips to make your public quickie exciting, not embarrassing. It often happens sporadically.  You might be touring a museum and find a hidden nook and cranny that feels secluded enough.  Or you might be on the […]

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Innovative Machine Makes Recycling Simple

November 21, 2013

The mystery of recycling is over. The efficient single-stream recycling helps Rollins students go green. You’ve seen it. A big white truck with the emblem “WM” written in green cruises through the campus a few times a week. It stops at all the recycling bins, and a man steps out of the vehicle and disposes […]

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SlutWalk Struts through Orlando

November 21, 2013

Rollins student spreads awareness of modern rape culture by hosting Orlando’s first SlutWalk at Lake Eola. In the animal kingdom, words such as predator and prey refer to the circle of life with respect to the food chain.  The predator, the carnivorous aggressor, seeks to attack its victimized prey, then consumes the spoils of his […]

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Where in the World

November 21, 2013

United Kingdom – The conflict in Syria is ongoing, and the issue of the country’s possession of chemical weapons has yet to be decided on. Discussion of what is to be done with Syria’s stocks of toxic arms is underway, and there is still the looming pressure and possibility of a US-led military strike. Fortunately, […]

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