Rollins’ new staff director of the Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Hub rose from poverty when someone invested in his future. Ever since, he’s been helping others bring about meaningful change—in their own lives and their communities.
The former Rollins College trustee and recipient of an honorary degree died on December 24.
The Emmy Award-winning composer for “Sofia the First” and “Elena of Avalor” tells how Rollins College prepared him for a remarkable career with Disney.
With Veterans Day upon us, there’s a new resource for Rollins students who served in the armed forces.
Looking back on a dream career that blended a love of art and theater, award-winning costume designer Maggie Delgado ’75 found the ideal mix of motherhood and showbiz.
Rollins College alumna and women’s golf advocate Peggy Kirk Bell ’43 dies at 95.
Don’t be surprised if the Rev. Katrina Jenkins, Rollins’ new dean of religious life, hands you some crayons in the cafeteria or talks smack about your football team.
Golfer’s career-best round propels Rollins to sixth national title since 2003.
This rising junior is always around the top of the leaderboard, and the national championship tournament was no exception.
A hand injury led this talented athlete to pursue golf, and BurgerFi helped put Rollins on her radar.
One of Rollins’ most decorated athletes ever graduates with the biggest award of all: a national championship.
After transferring to Rollins, ‘Hashtag Hallywood’ caps her collegiate golf career with a national title.
After a lifetime of memories at Rollins, retiring political science professor Tom Lairson is ready to tackle his next academic challenge.
There’s a learning process to serving, and elementary education major Abigail Goecker ’17 says connecting with youngsters is a two-way street.