Tough matches ahead, but tennis is confident

February 22, 2018

After two successful wins against conference rivals Flagler and Palm Beach Atlantic (PBA), Rollins’ women’s tennis team struggled to compete with Barry. They are now 3-2 overall and 1-1 in conference play as they head into the middle half of their season. The team hopes to improve on last season’s 11-11 record. The Tars have […]

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To honor lives lost in Parkland shooting, the government must act

February 22, 2018

Valentine’s Day for the people of Parkland, Fla. will forever be haunted by memories of spilled blood and vulnerability, instead of candied hearts and love. Seventeen lives were mercilessly and tragically ended on Feb. 14, 2018. Looking at the pictures of the bright, smiling victims, the knowledge that our government and our people have failed […]

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Women’s lacrosse back on track

February 22, 2018

Last season, despite posting a solid 12-5 record for the campaign, the Tars failed to reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time in three years. Although the season was disappointing, the Tars were poised to bounce back and make the tournament this year as the number 11 team in the country in the Preseason […]

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Is a Journalism major necessary?

February 22, 2018

For students wanting to study journalism like myself, Denise Cetta’s career sounds like a dream come true. Denise Schrier Cetta, writer and producer for CBS’s 60 Minutes, travels the world writing long form news on people like Bill and Melinda Gates, the pharmaceutical industry like Oregon’s death with liberty law, current events such as a […]

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The price of moldy dorms

February 22, 2018

If there is one thing I know for certain, it is that if I am paying close to $60,000 per year to go to college, my environment should be healthy. Not just the kind of healthy that passes the tests, but absolutely free of any preventable environmental allergens like mold. After hearing the accounts of […]

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Comfortably discussing interfaith-related issues

February 22, 2018

Rollins students engaged in conversation that can often be uncomfortable and confusing at last week’s “A Dinner Dialogue: Engaging Cultural Difference and Religious Diversity.” Students discussed inter- and intrafaith-related issues. Besides Rollins students, other members of the local religious community were in attendance. Representatives of different faiths engaged in these crucial discussions, adding a vital […]

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Master tips offered for creative writing and Spanish poetry

February 22, 2018

The most recent Winter with the Writers visiting authors elaborated on the craft of writing and the challenges of creating poetry in a different language. Rollins welcomed renowned writers Garth Greenwell and Luis Muñoz on Feb. 15. Each writer gave separate craft talks followed by a joint reading, interview, and book signing. During Greenwell’s craft […]

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Mold concerns grow at Rollins

February 22, 2018

Last semester, Molly Fulop ‘20 “had a cough, sinus drainage, and throat pain.” After about a week of symptoms, Fulop visited the Wellness Center. In her appointment, Fulop was told by a Wellness Center nurse practitioner that the mold in Ward was most likely contributing to the sickness lasting so long, and its severity. Fulop […]

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Latest museum exhibit displays rare artwork

February 22, 2018

Among the several new additions to the Cornell Fine Arts Museum (CFAM), Rollins students can now view one of only two exhibitions of its kind in the entire United States. Many of us have likely seen replicas of Claude Monet’s work. Towards Impressionism, CFAM’s new landscape art exhibition, contains an original. The exhibition displays the […]

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Getting your dollar’s worth in NYC

February 22, 2018

It is no secret: New York City is a foodie’s paradise. On the other hand, everyone also knows that the city is not among the cheapest. While the city boasts a seemingly never-ending list of Michelin-starred restaurants, having a memorable meal need not break the bank. Given its diversity, you can eat well for cheap […]

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