Rollins Magazine Fall 2019

From getting to know our most beloved alumnus, Fred Rogers ’51 ’74H, through the eyes of those who knew him best to how Rollins prepared four arts majors to become successful entrepreneurs, explore the fall 2019 issue of Rollins Magazine.

Spontaneous Preparation

It sounds counterintuitive, but 14 students spent the summer researching how best to stage an improvised play.
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Success Story

As a best-selling author and a full-time librarian, Kristen Arnett ’12 is used to digging into a subject and finding her way to something new.
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The Artrepreneurs

Armed with arts degrees, these Rollins grads have harnessed their creative passions to launch successful businesses in everything from organic spirits to footwear.
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A Light in the Dark

As the president and CEO of Lighthouse Central Florida and Lighthouse Works, Kyle Johnson ’07 says he’s found his place in the world.
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The King of Kindness

Why is there a renewed groundswell of interest in Fred Rogers ’51 ’74H? The answer is as radically simple as the man himself.
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Head in the Cloud

How history and sociology major Hiram Todd Norman ’94 harnessed the power of the liberal arts to become the overseer of all things digital for The CW Network.
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What I’ve Learned: Cheryl Henry ’04MBA

The new president and CEO of Ruth’s Hospitality Group—owner of Ruth’s Chris Steak House—believes food is the key ingredient in connecting friends and family.
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