Student Orgs

French Club and MECCA collaborate on Le Cultural

March 9, 2017

On Wednesday, March 1, Rollins’ French Club and Middle Eastern Cultural and Cuisine Association (MECCA) teamed up to create a new event ‘Le Cultural,’ a weekly convening of students interested in Middle Eastern and French affairs. Lead by French Club President Alex Mariano ’17 and MECCA President Iman Gareeboo ’17, the weekly event was inspired […]

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Rollins hosts champion debaters from Jamaica, South Korea

March 2, 2017

Debate is well-recognized as scholastic discourse at its finest. It is neither passive learning nor a mere acknowledgement of simple facts. Proper debate presents itself as a swift and rapid exchange of ideas in a search for academic and social truths – it is an art form that very much relies on the responses of […]

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Fraternities suspended until further notice

March 2, 2017

The fraternity presidents, the Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC), and at least one delegate from every organization voted unanimously to agree to the suspension of all six fraternities on campus on Tuesday, February 21, at a typical weekly meeting. The other option? Individually completing the organizational misconduct processes for each infraction. “We wanted to think about it […]

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Spotlight on Rollins Coalition for Sustainable Development

December 1, 2016

The reality of climate change, the capability to invest in renewable energy sources, and possible actions that could make Rollins a greener campus are just a few examples of the topics that Rollins Coalition for Sustainable Investment (RCSI) educates the student body about. Scott Novak ’15, started the coalition during the fall of 2015. The […]

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Redefining your “anchor”

September 8, 2016

As I write this article at 7:30 a.m. between putting my laundry in the wash and transferring it to the dryer, I think about how overscheduled I am and how I could not be happier about it. I am a third-year senior taking 16 credit hours, including my senior thesis, heading a cultural organization, competing […]

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Equestrian Club returns to Rollins

April 20, 2016

The Rollins Equestrian Club reformed in Spring 2016, providing students with a chance to compete in Intercollegiate Horse Show Association shows. “Throughout the semester, we go to shows,” said co-captain Ly Malespina ’18. “These are all over the state, as well as in southern Georgia.” Rollins Equestrian Club has ridden in two Intercollegiate Horse Show […]

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SGA announces presidential candidates

April 2, 2015

On March 25 the Student Government Association (SGA) released names of the three sets of candidates that will run for President and Vice President. The candidates have Facebook pages promoting their campaign and sharing their vision. Voting will be held online in April. This school year Elise Ablin ’15 and Romulo Rainha ’15 served as […]

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Canterbury Club offers students stress relief

February 12, 2015

Around half a dozen people meet in Knowles Chapel on Thursday nights to chant and worship by candlelight. Canterbury Club, a club with Episcopalian roots, holds the service, called Compline. The club was originally created at the beginning of last year, after InterVarsity lost their recognition as a student group, which left a lack of […]

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Dialectical discussions enliven French House

September 17, 2014

With the participation of students, staff, and alumni, the Philosophy and Religion Club hosted a reflective first meeting. On Tuesday, September 9, Rollins College’s Philosophy and Religion Club hosted its first dialectical conversation in the French House Lounge. Presenter Ashton Lange ’15 guided the conversation, co-presenting a Collaborative Faculty Research Project that compared the ultimate […]

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Rollins Outdoors Club makes a comeback

September 16, 2014

 For decades, lovers of nature and outdoors have united under the Rollins Outdoors Club. Over the course of 34 years, a legion of diverse Rollins College students have trekked the trails of South and North Florida, swam in their reflections through the cooling waters of crystal blue creeks, and given unto Mother Earth appreciation and […]

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