Author: agately

Conference foes defeat volleyball team

October 10, 2019

Written by Julia Taylor The Rollins Women’s Volleyball team was charged with energy and new resolve after it fell short of victory in two highly contested home games. The Tars were beaten 3-1 by both Eckerd College and Florida Southern College. On Thursday, the team lost to Eckerd 25-22, 25-16, 23-25, and 25-16. Eckerd is […]

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Opinion: Trump impeachment inspires call to civic duty

October 3, 2019

Written by Michael McNamara Opinion For only the fourth time in our nation’s history, impeachment proceedings have been initiated against a sitting U.S. President. Credible claims have been brought to light that President Donald Trump has allegedly abused his office and authority by attempting to interfere in the sanctity of American elections, and then (poorly) […]

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Opinion: Post office replaces interfaith room, taking Muslim students by surprise

September 26, 2019

Earlier this year, I had a part in starting a private interfaith dialogue group that would meet in the Interfaith Room inside Knowles Chapel on Wednesdays. We were not the only ones meeting here; it turned out that room was used for a lot of faith-based organizations like us. Most notably, it was a safe […]

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EcoRollins enlightens students about Amazon

September 19, 2019

Written By Anna Voicu Inspired by the recent Amazon Rainforest fires, EcoRollins taught students the best ways to help preserve the Amazon Rainforest at their club meeting. EcoRollins is an environmental activist organization. The Amazon fires are at their highest since 2010, according to a New York Times article. Unlike California, the Amazon is not […]

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