Rollins College has a small but official place in punk rock history.
The Innovation Hub is a new space on campus for students to share ideas and develop sustainable solutions.
Rollins College’s new business and social entrepreneurship major has blazed a trail for other academic institutions to follow—and it’s been a huge success on campus.
On Wednesday, the Rollins community will mourn a beloved systems administrator whose life was defined by family and service.
A new book by Rollins professor Bruce Stephenson spotlights John Nolen, the legendary landscape architect and city planner whose concepts are as relevant today as they were in the 1920s.
Hamilton Holt’s long-forgotten monument to peace.
At the dawn of the 20th century, the College had more Cuban students than any other institution in America. Now, a changing political landscape holds promise for re-establishing close ties with the island nation.
More than 50 years after a little-known mass exodus of children from Cuba, Maria Martinez looks back on the plane flight that changed the course of her life—and eventually led her to Rollins College.
On the 14th anniversary, Rollins College observed a moment of silence during the College’s 9/11 memorial service.