Rollins

December 01, 2022

Prioritizing Black Women's Health on World AIDS Day

Shan-Estelle Brown, an associate professor of anthropology, co-authored commentary focusing on prioritizing black women affected by HIV.

November 30, 2022

Expert Predictions on Giving Tuesday 2022

Min Sun Kim, executive director of Edyth Bush Institute, discusses the outlook for Central Florida nonprofits on Giving Tuesday this year.

November 28, 2022

Expert Advice for Communicating During the Holidays

Mattea Garcia, an associate professor and chair of Communication, offers strategies for dealing with difficult conversations during this holiday season.

November 18, 2022

Orlando Sentinel Review: Water by the Spoonful

Matthew Palm, theater and arts reporter for the Orlando Sentinel, reviews the Annie Russell's on-stage production "Water by the Spoonful."

November 17, 2022

Dave's Boathouse Offers Diverse Menu

In addition to halal and kosher options, Dave's Boathouse offers vegan and vegetarian cuisine and allergen-friendly choices. The dining area is also completely dairy free.

November 16, 2022

An Inflation Analysis of Thanksgiving Foods

Rachel Newcomb, a professor of anthropology, makes an in-depth analysis of the average cost of a Thanksgiving dinner this year.

November 07, 2022

Chess Scandal Reflects Culture of Cheating

Rollins junior, Sawyer Harris, provided guest commentary regarding cheating in sports. Harris is a double major in English and Communications and is a member of the Rollins Chess Club.

October 25, 2022

WPRK Fox Fest Announces Lineup

Rollins' student-run radio station WPRK will be hosting its annual musical festival, Fox Fest, on November 5.

October 24, 2022

Podcast: The Crossman Conversation Features Grant Cornwell

In this Shepherd Radio podcast, Rollins College President Grant Cornwell discusses the uniqueness of Rollins' location and what it means to be a liberal arts college.

October 10, 2022

Ian Reminded Us That Florida Is A Swamp

Bobby Fokidis, an associate professor of biology, discusses the devastation of Hurricane Ian and the role of wetlands and mangroves.

October 03, 2022

The Rising Cost of a Hamburger

Rachel Newcomb, a professor of anthropology, provides an analysis of the rising cost of a hamburger in cities across the country.

September 26, 2022

Annie Russell Theatre from a Historical Perspective

Joy Wallace Dickinson's Florida Flashback recounts the history of the Annie Russell Theatre and its namesake.