Where Oh Where Did the Money Go?

February 20, 2014

Low enrollment, study abroad, and increased administrative positions all contribute to the four million dollar deficit. This year, Rollins has a four million dollar deficit. Assistant Vice President, Finance Bill Short presented to the Finance and Service Committee and the faculty over the last few months about this deficit. (A copy of that presentation is […]

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A Lieutenant’s Welcome

February 20, 2014

Star SOLDIER Chuck Nadd does not consider himself a hero but received a grand welcome home celebration in Winter Park. I met Charles Fiodor Nadd* in the sixth grade at Trinity Preparatory School where we spent the next seven years as classmates. Chuck/Charles/C.F. Nadd/Nadd was known by everyone at our school as the kid who […]

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Winter Park and Baldwin Park Combine Fundraising Efforts

February 20, 2014

The Relay for Life is an annual event that benefits The American Cancer Society. This year’s local Relay for Life is a 15-hour overnight event.  Participants create teams of runners and the goal for each team is to have at least one participant walking the track at all times.  Each team has a “campsite” where […]

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Using Multimedia to Move past Racial Tension

February 20, 2014

Alum Olivia Zuk ‘13 jumpstarts a multimedia project to portray the diverse community of Sanford aside from its controversial Trayvon Martin case. For non-natives to the Central Florida area, the town of Sanford may conjure only memories of the controversial Trayvon Martin case. Unfortunately, many people do not realize the historic and culturally rich city […]

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Drugs and Life Lessons on Stage

February 20, 2014

New play discusses what it means to be young and alive while exploring the adventures of a loner protagonist. Fred Stone’s first show of the semester opened Feb. 19 at 8 p.m., and continues on until Feb. 23. All New People is the story of a heartbroken young man from New Jersey, Charlie Bloom, who […]

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Clash of Nations Proceeds in Sochi

February 20, 2014

The Netherlands and the United States lead the Olympic games with 20 medals, six gold each. Russia follows in a close third with 19 medals. The first week of the Sochi Winter Olympics has come to a close, and the first half was certainly no disappointment. Although the Olympics are over halfway done, there are […]

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CVS: Cigarette Vacant Shelves

February 20, 2014

The national drugstore responds to lagging cigarette sales while ultimately promoting a healthier way of life. The largest drugstore chain in the United States has put its foot down where cigarettes are concerned. CVS announced in early February that it would stop carrying cigarettes by Oct. 1—a move that would result in a loss in […]

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Sexperts: Refuting Feminist Thought on Pornography

February 20, 2014

The violent pornography model in service of men’s pleasure is outdated. A modern feminist offers an empowered and enlightening stance on erotic films. It began with playing cards and ended with Playboy. Since the end of the 18th century, scantily clad women have been featured on just about everything. This fixation with the female form […]

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Frosting in, Cake out

February 20, 2014

B Cupcakes, located on Fairbanks Avenue, provides convenient snacks for Rollins students. Rebecca Finer shares her opinion on the sugary treats. “That is the best frosting I’ve ever had in my entire life!” exclaimed Hamilton Holt Student Alina Rodriguez as her eyes became misty with epicurean ecstasy. Rodriguez was referring to the bacon frosting that […]

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Legalizing Segregation

February 20, 2014

Looking into current LGBTQ+  news, we see the United States condemning Russia for their anti-gay laws while celebrating our own marriage equality victories, most recently in Virginia. But while we are wagging our fingers at Russia, one of our own states has also started a crusade against the gay community. Kansas’s bill HB 2453 passed […]

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