• Words of Wisdom from the Worlds of Disney

  • PHOTOS: Greek Week 2015

  • The Day They Saved Fox Day

  • Q&A with Eric Spiegel

  • Pauline Betz Addie ’43 Featured in the New York Times

People

Organized Chaos

The Sandspur profiles museum curator Amy Galpin, who discusses her passion for art and lively museum-goers.

People

One Woman’s Presidency

In honor of Women’s History month, we look back on the leadership of Rollins’ first female president, Rita Bornstein ’04H.

Arts & Culture

Why Green on St. Patrick’s Day?

We celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17—but why do we wear green?

People

Ebola Fighter

For Bill Gallo ’84, a recent journey to Liberia was just the latest in his long line of assignments for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

College News

Rollins Launches New Curriculum

Marking the first major change in curriculum in 35 years, rFLA aims to create well-rounded and community-minded students.

Academics & Research

PHOTOS: Rollins in Selma, Alabama

On March 8, Rollins field study students walked across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama to commemorate the 50th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday,” a historic event in the civil rights movement.