Ken Miller

Lockdown shows security strengths

September 19, 2018

Orange Avenue was blocked off with police tape after a civilian was shot in a robbery-gone-wrong. (Ellie Rushing / Editor) Rollins students were in a “shelter in place” lockdown for almost two hours after a man was shot on Orange Avenue next to the Rollins Alfond baseball stadium, less than a mile from campus. Monday’s […]

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Construction eliminates more campus parking

August 29, 2018

Campus parking continues to be an issue as more parking spaces, including the McKean lot and spaces along Holt Avenue, are eliminated. (Douglas Jackson / Staff Photographer) Construction projects, both current and forthcoming, are going to reduce available campus parking. More than 150 parking spaces have been eliminated from the campus over the past ten […]

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No more campus hurricane housing after college spent $450K during Irma

August 29, 2018

Graphic by Anastasia Rooke Rollins will no longer offer housing to students, faculty, or staff in the case of a hurricane or other extreme weather emergency. This change comes after the college spent up to $450,000 to house 125 students and 60 staff members during Hurricane Irma last September. The costs included housing, meals, labor, […]

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Letter to the Editor Re: Mold in Residential Halls

March 1, 2018

Re: Mold in Residential Halls Dear Editor, After reading the recent article on mold concerns in Rollins-owned residential buildings, I was left with the feeling that the whole picture wasn’t being presented accurately. Some factual data was glossed over in the article, leaving unnecessary questions in the reader’s mind. Campus Safety is tasked with responding […]

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Sexual assault reports on the rise

February 1, 2018

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 question of whether this dramatic increase is due to an increase in rapes themselves, or […]

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Clothes hanger causes flooding in Pugsley

October 12, 2017

Campus safety and emergency personnel concluded that the flooding in Pugsley Hall a couple of weeks ago was not due to a system malfunction. The general report by the Department of Campus Safety states that upon completion of the investigation by the Winter Park Fire Department, the sprinkler head in the room of Rafael De […]

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Student charged with sexual battery, false imprisonment

October 5, 2017

A Rollins student was arrested last week, charged with sexual battery and false imprisonment of another student in an incident that police said occurred at Ward Hall. It was the third sexual assault reported on campus this year, according to college officials. Daniel Khair ’21 of Ward Hall was arrested September 26 on one count […]

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Parking garage stalker disturbs Rollins

October 8, 2014

A strange man followed a girl outside the parking garage, a little before six o’clock on September 9. “Once I passed he began to follow me. I quickly crossed the street and he followed behind. Once I crossed he told me he ‘had been following me for a long time now,’” described Reagan Campbell ’18. […]

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