Business undergrads find social, vocational lessons for life in France trip

August 29, 2016

Every year Rollins offers a host of study abroad options for students across all majors in over a dozen different nations. This summer the Office of International Programs debuted “Studying High Performance Organizations in France” led by Associate Professor of Business and Social Entrepreneurship Dr. Timothy Pett. The brand-new program allowed students pursuing a career […]

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Tips and tricks to staying on track

August 29, 2016

Upperclassmen give some suggestions on how to navigate the social and academic challenges faced in the first year of college. Christina Fuleihan, Staff Writer In order to challenge ourselves, grow into global citizens, and be successful adults, we must learn to embrace the things that scare us and not back down from a challenge.  For most […]

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The Ethics of Liberal Learning

August 29, 2016

One of the biggest transitions you are going through right now is the change from living in a family to living in a community.  There are some similarities between the two: there will be playfulness, a sense of belonging, loyalty, and, of course, conflicts.  But the differences between the two are very significant. Rollins is […]

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Mental health in Tar Nation

August 29, 2016

Although society as a whole has made strides in revolutionizing treatments for mental disorders, stigma is still something those of us who publically receive treatment have faced. At Rollins, that long-lived story has been rewritten; here, the Wellness Center works with Disability Services to make sure that having a mental illness never prevents students from […]

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Letter from the Editor to the Class of 2020

August 29, 2016

It is unbelievably humid, there are lizards everywhere, the amount of rain cannot possibly be real, and you brought way too much stuff (even though you’ll think halfway through the semester that it isn’t nearly enough).  Moving in is a pain, there’s pandemonium, and you keep losing track of a parent. In the midst of […]

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The Nicks review smattering of summer flicks

August 29, 2016

Suicide Squad Reviewed by Nicolas Nagaoka As the summer comes to a close, it is time to look back on what was expected to be DC Comics triumphant return to the big screen: Suicide Squad. Too bad that Suicide Squad was a good film that shot itself in the foot… several times. Directed by David […]

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