Elise Letanosky ’07 has dedicated the past decade to helping people in global hot spots marred by armed conflict and natural disasters.
The annual literary festival at Rollins opens in February with national bestselling author Hillary Jordan and features a pair of National Book Awards finalists.
Candy Chang will discuss the inspiration for her public art installation Before I Die and why it’s important to engage with each other.
Towards Impressionism: Landscape Painting from Corot to Monet will be on exhibit at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum from January 20 to April 8, 2018.
Both the Orlando Science Center and the Mennello Museum of American Art are showcasing companion exhibits from CFAM’s Time As Landscape: Inquiries of Art and Science.
Rollins and Full Sail join forces in getting everyone in the holiday spirit with a free concert at the Dr. Phillips Center.
This project-based course goes beyond learning HTML to examine how computer science, the web, and digital media are shaping our society.
Stephanie Henning will join Rollins as the new registrar on January 3.
Former The Voice contestant Christian Cuevas will perform Bringing Hope One Song at a Time to aid Puerto Rico’s recovery efforts.