Hobby Lobby Holds Contraception Hostage

April 3, 2014

The craft store giant goes before the Supreme Court to protest the portion of Obamacare that mandates birth control coverage. According to the Bill of Rights, all Americans have the right to exercise free religion. However, it is a gray area as to whether or not a corporation has the right to have and exercise […]

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Get Your Résumés Ready

April 3, 2014

The annual Career & Internship Expo prepares students and alumni to enter the workforce. Who likes networking? Does anyone love the horribly awkward feeling of walking up to a complete stranger, who could be the key to you getting a job or not, and starting a conversation? Do you, like so many, second-guess every word […]

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Dr. Russell Promotes Student Survey

April 3, 2014

Climate change is coming and I, for one, am happy about it. Not because my grandkids’ grandkids will inherit a lovely piece of beachfront property in Winter Park when sea levels rise, but because the climate I am talking about is the Rollins climate: the living, learning, and working environment we all share. The Office […]

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Departments Collaborate, Propose Public Policy Major

April 3, 2014

Professors from the economics and political science departments propose a new major that will examine public policy from such analytical perspectives as sociology and environmental studies. On April 17, Rollins will vote on whether to add a new major to its repertoire. A collaboration between the political science and economics departments, which has been years […]

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Handicap Student Suffers Discrimination

April 3, 2014

Different forms of handicapped injuries exist, some of which are not obvious. One Rollins student shares her experience with handicap parking spaces and the criticism she receives from her placard. “Well you don’t look handicapped,” exclaimed the dominating, male high school security guard after he asked me to leave yearbook class in order to speak […]

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Local Mexican Cuisine Will Shake Your Maracas

April 3, 2014

So, who doesn’t like good Mexican food every once in a while? And by “while” I mean that it’s so good (and cheap) that you can’t stop having it more than once a week. El Potro is the place to go for your exotic desire. Located five minutes away from Rollins campus, El Potro has […]

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Locals “Pig” Out

April 3, 2014

Finer’s father set his expectations for dinner with his daughter; both left pleasantly satisfied after choosing The Ravenous Pig for their meal. Last night, I took my father out to dinner for his birthday. He shares my dislike for Applebee’s-ian establishments, so I knew I’d have to find an impressive place to take him. Immediately, […]

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Where in the World

April 3, 2014

New York City, New York The United Nations has approved a resolution declaring Russia’s annexation of Crimea illegal. The General Assembly vote stood at 100 in favor, 11 opposed, and 58 abstaining. The resolution asks nations not to recognize any change in the status of Crimea and declares the referendum on the territory to have […]

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Top Things to Do before Turning Twenty

April 3, 2014

If there is one important thing I’ve realized about life this semester its this—time goes by way too quickly, and it seems like just yesterday I was a nervous first-day freshman moving into my dorm, meeting so many new people and thinking to myself, “Wow, these are the next four years of my life.” Before […]

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Classmate Produces Debut Album

April 3, 2014

Brett Miller Band releases its first nine-track album as front man, Brett Miller, simultaneously prepares to graduate college. It was electrifying and static. The crowd was dynamic and robust with excitement. Matildas, although a small hole-in-the-wall joint, with the first floor rustling with the sound of televised football games and laughter, never seemed so alive. […]

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