All posts by Julia Campbell

Killer Stress

It’s that time of year again. Finals are looming around the corner and the increasing stress levels are palpable on campus. Olin library is now open 24 hours to accommodate everyone’s study schedules and even so, a student is hard-pressed [...]

December 1, 2011 Features


A forbidden romance, a hand jive competition and… werewolves? All of the above and more were what Visiting Assistant Professor Kevin Gray and his cast had in store for the audience during the Nov. 11 preview of Grease. The show, [...]

November 19, 2011 Arts & Entertainment, Campus, Events, Theater

Little Shop Allures Audience

It is not often that one gets the opportunity to listen to a giant plant belt out a musical number. It is even more rare that one has the opportunity to watch the giant plant also move and talk. However, [...]

November 17, 2011 Arts & Entertainment, Campus, Events, Theater

The Pillowman

The name Pillowman lends itself to a happier, freer spirited story. That is not necessarily the case with Martin McDonagh’s play The Pillowman. While the play is partially about children’s stories, these stories are not the traditional fairy tales. Instead, [...]

September 22, 2011 Arts & Entertainment, Campus, Events, Theater

Student Recalls Attacks

Sanaan Khattak ‘14, a Biology and Political Science major, is currently the President of the Muslim Student Association (MSA). Do you remember where you were on 9/11? I was living in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, during the time of September 11, 2001. [...]

September 8, 2011 Features

Dining Services Introduces All-U-Can Eat

In previous semesters, Dave’s Down Under, located in the lower level of the Campus Center, has been home to the C-Store, where students can stock up on basic groceries, and The Grille, where students can be served fast food until [...]

September 1, 2011 Campus, Features, Food

It’s All Greek to Me

After almost two months of extensive rehearsal, It’s All Greek to Me finally arrived at the Annie Russell Theatre. It is a rather difficult show to review because each performance differs from the last. Just to recap, Greek, as it [...]

April 21, 2011 Arts & Entertainment, Campus, Events, Theater

Bad Press, Good Fox Day

This year, Fox Day was hosted at New Smyrna Beach instead of Cocoa Beach because Cocoa Beach authorities were only willing to allow Rollins students on their beach if city officials received 60-days notice ahead of time and if Rollins [...]

April 21, 2011 Campus, Local, News

Second Stage Season Draws to a Close

The last show that will grace the Fred Stone Theatre’s stage this semester is Death and the Maiden, directed by Charlie Barresi ’11. The story follows a woman named Paulina who meets the man who kidnapped and assaulted her five [...]

April 21, 2011 Arts & Entertainment, Campus, Events, Theater

Spotlight: Dr. David Charles

Name: David Charles Occupation: Associate Professor of Theatre and Dance; Associate Assistant Director at SAK Comedy lab and Artistic Director of Rollins Improv Players Hometown: Dunedin, New Zealand, but I have now spent more than half of my life in [...]

April 21, 2011 Campus, Features, Spotlights, Staff