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On November 6 – 8, more than 250 families from 32 states and from as far away as Switzerland and Jamaica attended this year’s Family Weekend. (Photos by Ken Kinzie)
Ms. Magazine founder and feminist icon Letty Cottin Pogrebin discusses her new book Single Jewish Male Seeking Soul Mate and why solidarity is so important to social change.
The two-term U.S. Poet Laureate has resumed his role with the Rollins Winter Park Institute.
Grant Cornwell discusses what he’s accomplished in his first 90 days as president and the opportunities he sees for Rollins College on the horizon.
A student-led fossil fuel divestment campaign results in Rollins College’s investment in a low carbon environmental fund.
Professors Sharon Carnahan and Gabriel Barrenche as well as the Rollins College Democracy Project are recognized for their commitment to helping students develop the skills of active citizenship through participation in public and community service.
In honor of Founders’ Day, Rollins360 shares a chapter of the College’s history from the upcoming book about Rollins—which will be available early next year.
In honor of National Down Syndrome Awareness Month, Rollins supports the work of a local nonprofit to help raise awareness and resources.
The part-time MBA program was ranked among the top 20 in the nation and No. 1 in Florida by Bloomberg Businessweek.
Olin Library’s Archives & Special Collections staff ask the Rollins College community to share their favorite memories in a new online portal.
Orlando’s Pride Parade draws thousands, including Rollins College participants.
Rollins College was ranked the No. 1 healthiest large company employer in Central Florida by Orlando Business Journal.
Rollins College has a small but official place in punk rock history.