Rollins Runway

September 29, 2015

On Thursday, Sept. 24, I attended the first leg of the Emerging Designers Fashion show for Park Avenue Fashion Week, which will premiere in full on Oct. 17. The fashion show featured ten designers chosen from a pool of entries across the state, and each designer had the chance to showcase a three-piece collection. At […]

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WPRK gets the scoop on Roosevelt Collier

September 29, 2015

In anticipation of Magnolia Fest, pedal steel guitarist Roosevelt ‘The DR’ Collier appeared live on WPRK, Rollins’ own basement radio station. Among the things he shared were his recent All-Star shows with Oteil Burbridge, Nigel Hall, and Anthony Cole; living in Suwannee County; and plans for Magnolia Festival and collaborating with other musicians. As a […]

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Rollins supports National Voter Registration Day

September 29, 2015

It is often said that the target voting population is primarily college age, the “change makers” to be. In order to effect any change, though, students have to vote, and not only for presidential elections. On September 22, National Voter Registration Day, the Democracy Project, SGA, WPRK, and EcoRollins all partnered to encourage electoral participation […]

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Student pleads to preserve Planned Parenthood

September 29, 2015

Recently there has been discussion that, while planning this upcoming year’s budget, Republicans in Congress started the ball rolling to stop using taxpayer money to fund Planned Parenthood. Due to Republicans and Democrats being so divided over the issue, a potential government shutdown is looking like a possibility within the next few weeks. In 2013 […]

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Women’s volleyball takes a hit

September 29, 2015

On Tuesday September 22, the women’s volleyball team faced Embry-Riddle in an exciting match. School spirit was everywhere and many students were cheering our team on with energetic motivation. Although our Tars played an amazing game, the Eagles took the victory by a 3-2 win. According to Rollins Athletics, Bri Civiero ‘18 and Rachel Sawyer […]

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Boxed water disappoints

September 29, 2015

“Boxed Water is Better.” We’ve all seen the slogans, plastered across what are reminiscent of oversized grade school milk cartons. So I have to ask, as I’m sure many of you have — is it really better? As it turns out, the answer is a bit more complicated than a simple yes or no, and can […]

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