Panthers kill Tars’ winning streak

April 12, 2018

After a hot 11-game win streak, the Tars finally cooled off, losing to the 5th-ranked Florida Tech Panthers for the team’s first loss since February 20. Last Saturday, the Tars hung with the Panthers well in the first half of the game, matching the Panther’s goal tally for a score of 5-5 at the break. […]

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Nutritious yet delicious spots in Orlando

April 12, 2018

What is on the Campus Center menu today? Unfortunately, it tends to be the same old thing. Despite having access to a range of off-campus restaurants where students can use their R-Cards, the options become boring and it is time to switch things up. That is why I am sharing two of my current favorite […]

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Dr. Greenberg’s ‘The Body in Religion’

April 12, 2018

Dr. Yudit Greenberg is proud to have published her own textbook, The Body in Religion: Cross-Cultural Perspectives.  Previously, her class had no textbook, as there used to be no one work analyzing religions in reference to the human form. At Rollins, Greenberg is a Professor of Religious Studies and the Founding Director of the Jewish […]

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As patience runs thin, prices go up for meal plan

April 12, 2018

My dear fellow students, perhaps you remember when I discussed our new bathroom caste at Rollins in relation to the new system of housing selection. I want to clarify something: this is still good old Rollins, meaning that when things change, prices go up. Such is the case with our new dining system with all […]

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Chicken Shawarma Skewers with Garlic Lime Avocado Tzatziki

April 12, 2018

Cook up these tasty skewers for a National Garlic Month favorite. Time: 30 Minutes Servings: 4 Shawarma Sticks Difficulty: Easy-Medium Ingredients: Chicken 4 Boneless, Skinless Chicken Fillet Strips 1/2 of a Lime Juiced 1 tsp Water 2 Cloves Garlic, Minced 1/2 tsp Cumin 1/2 tsp Oregano 1/2 tsp Paprika Salt & Pepper Garlic Lime Avocado […]

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9 tips to get you through the semester

April 12, 2018

The end of the spring semester is a stressful time for everyone. However, the right tools and practices can help you feel more prepared. Use these tools before or during finals week to help you in classes and maintain your mental health, while combatting built-up stress. 1. Get your end-of-semester assignments done early: Whether it […]

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Sustainability event fights clothing waste, unethical working conditions

April 12, 2018

Next week, the Rollins Sustainability program will host their semi-annual Swap and Shop in celebration of Earth Month. This event will combat harmful “fast fashion” trends that result in factory abuse and fuller landfills. The Swap and Shop is just one event in an entire month of celebrating sustainability in topics including farming, electronic waste, […]

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Rollins bucket list

April 12, 2018

Though the community as a whole is small, Rollins hosts several opportunities that students are unaware of.  To make the most out of your Rollins experience, here are ten must-dos to enhance your time here at Rollins. 1. Visit the Rollins Archives Hidden in the basement level of the Olin Library, there is a rich […]

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Dr. Chambliss’ bittersweet farewell

April 12, 2018

After working at Rollins for 15 years, History Professor Dr. Julian Chambliss is leaving Rollins in August. He was offered a very unique opportunity at Michigan State University: the duties of a full professor with a joint appointment in English and History. He will also hold a place in the Consortium for the Study of […]

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Financial aid now available for summer internship opportunities

April 12, 2018

This year, Rollins is having its first summer semester of the Center for Career and Life Planning’s Internship Funding Program. The purpose of the Internship Funding Program is to increase access of high-impact internships for students who can not fund their own experience over the summer. It is run by Liz Bernstein, the assistant director of […]

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