Seniors’ “Semblance” inspires the audience

December 3, 2015

The Senior Art Exhibition, otherwise known as “Semblance,” exhibited beautiful works of arts by nine talented emerging artists. Ranging from installations, screen prints, drawings, paintings, and even an interactive piece, “Semblance” held spectacular and meaningful works. Each collection from each artist demonstrated the work, effort, and deep thought that was put into them, enabling viewers […]

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To divest or not to divest?

December 3, 2015

After a 2012 Rolling Stone editorial by noted environmentalist Bill McKibben calls for institutions to divest their holdings in fossil fuel companies, divestment movements have been sweeping college campuses across the country. Following high-profile campaigns at Harvard, Stanford, and MIT, the Rollins Coalition for Sustainable Investment (RCSI) emerged this fall, calling for the Board of […]

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Combating hunger in the nation’s capitol

December 3, 2015

The Center for Leadership & Community Engagement hosts Immersion: Citizens Take Action, a program that takes participants beyond the campus community to engage in projects in diverse locations. Coming up is the Winter Break Intersession Immersion called “Hunger and Homelessness at the Heart,” taking place January 4–9 2016. This Immersion focuses on exploring urban poverty […]

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Aftermath of the Paris terror attacks

December 3, 2015

On Friday, November 27, French President François Hollande held a national memorial service outside of Les Invalides in tribute to the 130 victims of the Paris massacres that occurred two weeks prior. 2,600 people, including wounded survivors and the families of victims, were in attendance. In response to the six coordinated attacks that occurred across […]

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Hult Prize promotes global citizenship

December 3, 2015

The 2016 Global Hult Prize Challenge this year was to “build a sustainable, scalable, and fast-growing social enterprise that doubles the income of 10 million people residing in crowded urban spaces.” Each year social entrepreneurs from colleges across the world compete in school-wide, regional, and international competitions for the chance to pitch their start-up business […]

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Surviving finals week

December 3, 2015

Finals week is rapidly approaching on the Rollins campus. For some that means the end of the semester and the start of winter break. For others that means weighty exams, giant papers, and grade-determining presentations all boiling down to stress. We have all heard the horror stories of finals week, but how is Rollins preparing […]

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Boxing movie ‘Creed’ does not disappoint

December 3, 2015

In this age of reboots and remakes, I am happy to say that Creed is not only one of the best reboots of a franchise, but it also surpasses the typical constraints of a reboot and goes beyond to become its own thing. Creed, directed by Ryan Coogler and starring Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, […]

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Fashion tips to express holiday spirit

December 3, 2015

With the holidays just around the corner, those of us who are big winter fans are bursting with excitement. Of course, if the corporate world had its way, the winter holidays would have started in early September, but we have all done our best to hold out on the holiday madness at least until Thanksgiving […]

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