Sororities steal the show

March 29, 2018

Photo by Kira Bernhard Alpha Omicron Pi (top) won first place with their “Jail Break” theme, followed closely behind by Non Compic Mentis (middle) with thier “2000s School Dance” theme and Kappa Delta with their “Pirate’s Life” theme. 

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#MeToo panel discusses movement’s impacts

March 29, 2018

Rollins hosted a #MeToo Movement Panel to discuss the movement that has grabbed the nation’s attention. It touched on topics such as sexual harassment, sexual assault, rape culture, and activism. The event was mainly organized by Morgan Gerber ‘18 and attracted a significant number of people. Panelists included Dean of Religious & Spiritual Life Rev. […]

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Rollins fraternity temporarily suspended

March 29, 2018

Phi Delta Theta, a fraternity chapter within Rollins, is currently on an “interim administrative hold.” The presidents within respective Greek Life organizations were notified about the hold and Phi Delta Theta was not allowed to participate in Greek Week. As outlined by the Code of Community Standards, an interim administrative hold is put into place […]

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Rollins marches in solidarity with Parkland survivors

March 29, 2018

Rollins students stood alongside, approximately 25,000 people in a march against gun violence  and in support of gun control at The March For Our Lives in Orlando. The march was led by a group of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students, family members, and alumni. It started on the outskirts of Lake Eola Park, and […]

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New Social Innovation Major approved

March 29, 2018

In the constant effort to turn students into scholars and leaders, a group of Rollins faculty designed a new Social Innovation (SI) major, with Communications Professor Dr. Anne Stone as the program’s director. Many fields of study demand specialization, but the SI major is all about broadening—integrating different disciplines to serve students’ particular passions and […]

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Rollins Golf struggles to replicate early Fall success

March 29, 2018

After a lackluster performance in the Georgia College Bobcat Invitational tournament last week, the Rollins Golf Team aims to bounce back, hoping to build momentum as conference and regional tournaments approach. Over the course of the season, the Tars started strong but failed to remain consistent. After the first two tournaments of the year were […]

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Dr. Foglesong ‘graduates’ with class of 2018

March 29, 2018

After teaching at Rollins for 34 years, Dr. Rick Foglesong is set to retire at the end of this semester. His Rollins career began in 1984, when he came to us to teach political science after six years spent teaching at Amherst College, Mass. During his 34 years at Rollins, Foglesong took some time out […]

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CSS renovations planned after mold issues

March 29, 2018

Two professors were relocated from their offices in Cornell Hall for the Social Sciences (CSS) due to mold growth, while others are packing up in preparation to move out for the summer. This is the result of ongoing difficulties with controlling the moisture and humidity in CSS. Significant renovations will be done to CSS over […]

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Pumpkin Pie Walnut Muffins

March 29, 2018

Did someone say National Chiffon Cake Day? The Foodimentary, a source for the complete food holiday list, might have, but we are being rebellious and making these Pumpkin Pie Walnut Muffins instead! Servings: 5 Muffins Prep Time: 10 Minutes Cook Time: 30 Minutes Difficulty: Easy Ingredients: 30 g Oat Flour 2 tbsp Coconut Flour 1/2 […]

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Dealing (with) Xanax on campus

March 29, 2018

Editor’s note: Names and identities have been changed. It started at Thanksgiving dinner: screaming, crying, punching. At least that is what they think happened; their evidence was the bruises left behind. What they knew for certain was that Selena and her mom engaged in one of their worst fights ever—and all because they drank alcohol […]

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