Rollins Magazine Summer 2016 Issue

From a behind-the-scenes look at the College’s sweetest course to profiles of Rollins’ service superstars, explore the Summer 2016 issue of Rollins magazine.

Precious Medal

Making Rollins’ presidential medallion
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A Conversation with the President

Grant Cornwell reflects on his first year as Rollins president and discusses plans for his second year at the helm of the College.
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Reading Room: Best of the Best

To celebrate the new partnership between Rollins and the National Book Award on Campus program, English professor and Winter With the Writers director Carol Frost explores her five favorite National Book Award finalists.
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The Perfect Fit

Looking back on a dream career that blended a love of art and theater, award-winning costume designer Maggie Delgado ’75 found the ideal mix of motherhood and showbiz.
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Advocate for Access

Alice Hardee Bailey ’94 is passionate about her education—so she’s on a mission to make sure every student in the country has access to one.
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The Intelligence Factor

In a fragile world of rogue states, terrorism in the name of religion, and the threat of weapons of mass destruction, Lisa Walls Costa ’86 is tasked with helping keep America safe.
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Maria’s Table

In Rollins’ Department of Psychology, a behaviorist has spent a career gathering hard data. She’s also gathered a cadre of students who have become leading professionals in the field.
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Leading Change While Serving Others

Now in its fourth year at Rollins, the Bonner Leaders Program helps students engage social problems, innovate solutions, and lead others to do the same.
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The Candy Man

A new class taught by chemistry professor Pedro Bernal uses a tasty treat to explore issues of scientific and cultural importance.
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