Opinion

Raise your voice

April 26, 2018

Do you make yourself heard? Does the Rollins community know who you are and what your views are? I am on the verge of graduating, and one thing I regret is not using my voice as much as I would have liked to during my time here at Rollins. As an off-campus student, I believed […]

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Opinion: We demand transparency

April 26, 2018

Greek life is a pervasive characteristic of any college campus. For many, fraternities and sororities are a source of joy and lasting friendships. However, oftentimes, Greek life can be a source of great anxiety. This is no fault of Greek life in and of itself; the Hollywood-fabricated stereotypes of fraternities and sororities just do not […]

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Opinion: Final exam freeloaders

April 26, 2018

It is 10 p.m. and you are still waiting to hear back from the group member you texted yesterday at 11 a.m. You break out in a cold sweat in the library, and you realize that you are also shaking from the two caramel macchiatos that you have already consumed. You start to angrily tell […]

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Leftover Lentil “Meatballs”

April 19, 2018

With less than four weeks of the semester left, it is time to start thinking about cleaning out your dorm pantry. If you still have those canned beans around and want to get creative with how to enjoy them, this recipe is for you! Time: 25 Minutes Servings: 12 Meatballs Difficulty: Medium Ingredients: 1 Can […]

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Logo change undermines campus identity

April 19, 2018

Recently, ideas were proposed to change Rollins’ iconic Anchor-R logo to a plain yellow and blue “R.” While this change may seem minor, it is one that undermines an important aspect of the Rollins community. The decision was made by the Office of Marketing and Communications, who felt that the logo needed to be streamlined […]

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Nutritious yet delicious spots in Orlando

April 12, 2018

What is on the Campus Center menu today? Unfortunately, it tends to be the same old thing. Despite having access to a range of off-campus restaurants where students can use their R-Cards, the options become boring and it is time to switch things up. That is why I am sharing two of my current favorite […]

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As patience runs thin, prices go up for meal plan

April 12, 2018

My dear fellow students, perhaps you remember when I discussed our new bathroom caste at Rollins in relation to the new system of housing selection. I want to clarify something: this is still good old Rollins, meaning that when things change, prices go up. Such is the case with our new dining system with all […]

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Chicken Shawarma Skewers with Garlic Lime Avocado Tzatziki

April 12, 2018

Cook up these tasty skewers for a National Garlic Month favorite. Time: 30 Minutes Servings: 4 Shawarma Sticks Difficulty: Easy-Medium Ingredients: Chicken 4 Boneless, Skinless Chicken Fillet Strips 1/2 of a Lime Juiced 1 tsp Water 2 Cloves Garlic, Minced 1/2 tsp Cumin 1/2 tsp Oregano 1/2 tsp Paprika Salt & Pepper Garlic Lime Avocado […]

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9 tips to get you through the semester

April 12, 2018

The end of the spring semester is a stressful time for everyone. However, the right tools and practices can help you feel more prepared. Use these tools before or during finals week to help you in classes and maintain your mental health, while combatting built-up stress. 1. Get your end-of-semester assignments done early: Whether it […]

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Goodbye, Fred Stone

April 5, 2018

The Rollins community says goodbye to the beloved Fred Stone Theatre. The Fred Stone Theatre represented so many different things. It was a (dilapidated) hub of student leadership, fearlessness, collaboration, and learning. All of these things speak to the core of what Rollins stands for. In this space, with peeling paint, noisy AC, and a […]

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