Alright, Fox. Show Yourself.

It’s April 8, and still no Fox. But we’re more than ready...

Fiat Volpes or Let there be foxes. (Photo by Laura J. Cole) Fiat Volpes or Let there be foxes. (Photo by Laura J. Cole)

Students, faculty, and staff have been making predictions since early last month, but no dice. Now he’s just taunting us (much like this critter). 

When do you think Fox Day 2015 will be? Check out the video Lindo Ngwenya ’15 put together and then head over to rollins.edu/fox-day to make your prediction today.

Or you could write it down on a piece of paper, turn it into an origami fox, and add it to Tars Plaza. Here are some instructions on making your own fox, courtesy of Associate Professor of Philosophy Ryan Musgrave. Maybe if we add enough fake foxes, the real Fox will show up? Eh? What do you think, President McAllaster?

(Photo by Laura J. Cole) (Photo by Laura J. Cole)

An offering to the Fox Day gods? (Photo by Laura J. Cole) An offering to the Fox Day gods? (Photo by Laura J. Cole)

Associate Professor of Philosophy Ryan Musgrave (third from left) and students in her class American Philosophy add a circle of gold foxes to Tars Plaza. (Photo by Laura J. Cole) Associate Professor of Philosophy Ryan Musgrave (third from left) and students in her class American Philosophy add a circle of gold foxes to Tars Plaza. (Photo by Laura J. Cole)

Academic Administration Coordinator Karla Knight, Assistant Registrar Cindy Pokrywa, Record Specialist Neredia Giraldo, Transcript Specialist Celia Wood, and Records Operations and Degree Compliance Coordinator Hilary Falcon added the first crop of colorful origami foxes. (Photo by Laura J. Cole) Academic Administration Coordinator Karla Knight, Assistant Registrar Cindy Pokrywa, Record Specialist Neredia Giraldo, Transcript Specialist Celia Wood, and Records Operations and Degree Compliance Coordinator Hilary Falcon added the first crop of colorful origami foxes. (Photo by Laura J. Cole)

Web Developer Sarah Johnson Li ’15MBA added a tiny white fox to the gathering. (Photo by Laura J. Cole) Web Developer Sarah Johnson Li ’15MBA added a tiny white fox to the gathering. (Photo by Laura J. Cole)