January 13, 2023

KC ’13 Publishes Article in Journal of Marketing

Business professor Raghabendra KC ’13’s study explores whether timing has a significant effect on payment amount in pay-what-you-want situations.

A student broadcasts from Rollins’ radio station, WPRK 91.5 FM.

December 16, 2022

Tuning In to the Voice of Rollins

As Rollins’ beloved college radio station celebrates 70 years on the air, we’re taking stock of WPRK’s impact on the College, the community, and the students who used the platform to find their voice.

Bobby Sena, Alexis Matton, Angelina Khourisader, Justin Karlins

November 08, 2022

Tars on the Hill

In anticipation of the recent midterm elections, we caught up with three Tars whose opportunity to intern on Capitol Hill allowed them to make real change in the heart of democracy.

Chris ”Mad Dog’ Russo ’82

November 01, 2022

What I’ve Learned: Christopher Russo ’82

How the feisty sports personality went from calling Rollins games on WPRK to being inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame.

Members of Spectrum pose outside in downtown Orlando holding a Rollins College rainbow pride banner.

October 27, 2022

Club Spotlight: Spectrum

With a renewed sense of energy and plans to increase student support systems, Rollins’ student-run LGBTQ+ organization is embracing their place in the community.

From top left: Sophie Bostick ’26, Mary Scott ’26, Max Cohen ’26, Sophia Watson ’26, Eltavious Johnson ’26, and Olivia Prelog ’26.

September 27, 2022

A Rollins Record

With 630 first-year students, the Class of 2026 is the largest in Rollins’ 137-year history. To celebrate, we’re getting to know a few of our newest Tars as they embark on their #RollinsLife.

September 16, 2022

Fetscherin Publishes Article in the Journal of International Consumer Marketing

Business professor Marc Fetscherin’s recent article looks at “brand hate” as defined as an intense, negative emotional feeling toward a brand.

September 15, 2022

Savala Publishes Book on Peruvian and Chilean Transnational History

History professor Joshua Savala’s first book takes a human-centric approach to examining the conflict between Peru and Chile.

September 15, 2022

Brown Awarded National Institute of Mental Health Grant

Anthropology professor Shan-Estelle Brown has earned a one-year grant to support the CDC’s initiative, “Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America.”

Marjorie Trueblood

September 15, 2022

10 Questions with Marjorie Trueblood

Rollins’ new dean of the Student Center for Inclusion & Belonging shares her vision for making Rollins a more inclusive and equitable institution.

September 09, 2022

Summer, Shared 2022

From field studies to internships to world-class research, Tars share their proudest moments from summer 2022.

September 02, 2022

Financing a Better Future

For William Glass ’14 and Andrew Holliday ’13, what began as the need to develop good money habits has turned into a passion for helping others eliminate financial stress.