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Students compete in Ideas for Good

The Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Hub held their Ideas for Good Pitch last Thursday in the SunTrust Auditorium. Students had a chance to share their ideas and compete for a prize of up to $1,000. The event was well-attended by [...]

March 30, 2017 Features

Rollins certified as Voter Friendly Campus

A couple weeks ago, Rollins received a national delegation as a Voter Friendly Campus, a national recognition led by a couple organizations such as Campus Vote Project (CVP) and NASPA. Rollins College participated in making voting more accessible for students [...]

March 30, 2017 Features

Alumni shares experiences of life in a cult

On Thursday, March 23, Charlene Edge ’94, a poet and writer of Undertow: My Escape from the Fundamentalism and Cult Control of The Way International, visited Rollins to discuss her seventeen years of experience within The Way. Katrina Jenkins, Dan [...]

March 30, 2017 Features

Solutions Summit pinpoints Greek life problems

In the wake of the fraternity suspension, the office of Fraternity and Sorority Life held a Solutions Summit to address recent problems and start a conversation on how to improve the Greek community. The event was held this past Sunday [...]

March 30, 2017 Features

Theatre of cruelty: the new neighborhood nightmare

In an unsurprising turn of events, changes have recently been made to the Neighborhoods system. More department-specific requirements will be added to the curriculum, which currently requires students to take classes in the humanities, sciences, social sciences, and arts. Students [...]

March 30, 2017 April Fools, Features

Cracking down on liberal snowflakes

Rollins College, a liberal arts school, has long been an institution that seeks to remove itself from political and social leanings, offering students from whatever political or social affiliation an equal opportunity at education. However, after many community and student [...]

March 30, 2017 Features

One editor to rule them all

The Sandspur office was recently ravaged by swordfight between current editor-in-chief Lauren Waymire ’17 and production manager/former editor-in-chief Micah Bradley ‘17, who were engaged in a battle for supremacy over the paper. Though the office normally has a relaxed atmosphere, [...]

March 30, 2017 April Fools, Features

What it means to be a woman

International Women’s Day has come and gone at Rollins, and many students are still reflecting on how this day made them feel about their gender and the way society contributes to our most personal identities. The day before “A Day [...]

March 23, 2017 Features

Rollins opens new CDC building

Just over a year after Rollins broke ground on the site, the new Child Development and Research Center (CDC), Hume House, was officially dedicated on March 6, 2017. This was a long-awaited day for many of the Psychology Department staff, [...]

March 23, 2017 Campus, Features

After 358 days of waiting, Fox Day fever symptoms appear again

Fox Day. Freshmen hear about it and seniors long for it. It is the day of all days here at Rollins College, and nothing can quite compare to the friendships celebrated and happiness exuberated throughout those 24 hours. This annual [...]

March 23, 2017 Arts & Entertainment, Features