Preparing for campus disasters

October 30, 2015

Living in the Sunshine State is not always as easy as the postcards show, especially in the midst of hurricane season. The Atlantic hurricane season is through the end of November, but there is always a chance a hurricane will occur after this date. Several years have passed since a hurricane or tropical storm has […]

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Literary magazine brings new ideas, theme to the table

October 30, 2015

As Editor-in-Chief Jenna Lindsey ’16 puts it, Brushing is an “expressive outlet that we don’t see in many other places around campus. Brushing is so passionate.” It may be exclusive in terms of staff, but the Rollins College literary arts magazine encourages submissions from all: faculty, staff, alumni, and the general community. Amateurs are welcome. […]

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Campus carry causes controversy

October 30, 2015

If the Florida Legislature eventually passes laws allowing guns onto college campuses, Rollins, as a private school, will not have to comply. Last week, separate senate committees moved the campus carry bills forward. They still have more hurdles to jump in the House and Senate before they are made law, but this is a significant […]

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Steve Jobs film captivates audience, villainizes founder

October 30, 2015

The Danny Boyle film leaves viewers mesmerized and speculative regarding the complex and fascinating life of Steve Jobs.  Vicious, egotistical, and manipulative, yet brilliant, ambitious, and visionary, Steve Jobs was a complicated man. Directed by Danny Boyle and starring Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, and Jeff Daniels, Steve Jobs looks at the life of […]

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Annual Comfest unites Communication Department

October 30, 2015

  Comfest is the annual event where the faculty of the Communication Department gathers to welcome new and current Communication Majors and Minors. This year Comfest had two new professors of the department present their research. The event moved from the Winter Park Institute to the Bush Auditorium this time around, garnering a much larger […]

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Free speech honored in slam poetry event

October 30, 2015

[tabs tab1=”Article” tab2=”Winning Poem”] [tab id=1]This year’s slam poetry winner celebrates Free Speech Week with an enthralling and thought-provoking piece. Celebrating Free Speech Week, The Sandspur and the communications honor society Lambda Pi Eta hosted a poetry slam on Monday, October 19. The winner was Curtis X Meyer, a seasoned slam poet in the area. The […]

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