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Monday’s R-Alert related to auto theft

On Monday at 3:27 p.m., an R-Alert notified students, faculty, and staff that an active shooter was on campus. However, it is now clear that the individual was not armed, no shots were fired, and no individuals were harmed. According [...]

March 8, 2018 News

Third party contractor retests Gale’s air quality

On March 6, a third party contractor retested Gale Hall for mold following student concerns about the air quality of their dorms possibly affecting their health. As was revealed in a recent Sandspur article, students complained that they suffer from [...]

March 8, 2018 News

A new era for Olin

The selection process to find a new director of Olin Library is in its final stages. Eight months after Jonathan Miller’s resignation, some prospective candidates for the empty position have already presented their cases at Rollins. The finalists who have [...]

February 8, 2018 News

Rollins knows no borders

On Feb. 9, Rollins will host the “13th Annual Summit on Transforming Learning: Crossing Borders.” This summit, held across our campus, will empower students and provide powerful opportunities to influence policies on immigration and global mobility. The summit will concentrate [...]

February 8, 2018 News

Softball team hopes to make comeback

After an unsuccessful conference season last year, the softball team aspires to kick off their 2018 season in the Gulf Shores of Alabama on Feb. 2. Last year, the Tars posted a 29-24 overall record, failing to reach the NCAA [...]

February 1, 2018 News, Softball, Sports

Off-campus meal plan money transfers to TarBUC$

This semester, students returned to campus to find that their off-campus dining accounts no longer exist; the Finance department created a new plan that merged off-campus dining and TarBUC$ into one account. Students now have more options with regards to [...]

February 1, 2018 Features, News

Sexual assault reports on the rise

Sixteen rapes were reported on campus in 2016, a number which doubled the 8 reported in 2015. The numbers were released through Campus Safety’s 2016 Annual Safety & Fire Safety Report in compliance with the Clery Act. They raise the [...]

February 1, 2018 Features, News

Irma brings fire and fury

Crashing, humming, and orange flames are what Erin Crawford, ’20, heard and saw as she looked out her window around 12:30 a.m. Monday. Crawford’s house, located in Chuluota, FL, fell victim to Hurricane Irma’s 110 mph winds when a power [...]

September 21, 2017 News

Harvey Hits Home

Just over a week ago, Hurricane Harvey hit the gulf coast of Texas, killing up to 50 people, destroying nearly 100,000 homes, and breaking the hearts of millions around the country, including those of Rollins students and alum. Despite the [...]

September 7, 2017 Beyond Rollins, News

Big changes in Olin Library’s future

Rumors have been rampant concerning Olin Library’s future. Moving certain programs into the building, moving quiet and loud floors, and construction have all been in question. I sat down with Olin Library Director Dr. Jonathan Miller to understand the renovations [...]

April 20, 2017 Campus, Features, News, Opinion