How Rollins’ first computer helped launch David Schechter ’65’s more than 30-year career at NASA.
Rollins’ new faculty director of the Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Hub is dedicated to helping his students see the world differently.
First-generation college graduate Grace Soto ’17 forged a path to success marked by hard work and a passion for community and service.
The top student stories from the summer of 2017.
How Phillip Denizard ’16 turned a simple class project into a career at one of the world’s top fashion brands.
Richard V. Spencer ’76 is the new head of the Department of the Navy.
The philanthropist's generosity impacted generations of Rollins students across virtually every dimension of campus life, from academics and athletics to the arts.
When her daughter fell ill with a rare disease, Beth Frigola McGinn ’99 went searching for hope.
Karina Barbesino ’19 has earned a Boren Scholarship, a prestigious award reserved for students who intend to pursue careers in federal national security.
The 2017 College of Liberal Arts valedictorian—one of the first graduates of Rollins’ new Public Policy and Political Economy Program—reflects on his time as a Tar.
Sandra Jetton ’70’s journey from opera to banking to street photography, and the education that prepared her for the unexpected.
When Ben Wozniak ’17 travels to Germany this fall on a Fulbright Scholarship, you can bet his guitar will help students learn the English language.
Sisters Sehar ’16 and Shaffaq ’18 Noor founded a computer lab that is helping bring the internet to women in rural Pakistan.
Meredith Ewen ’19 has received Campus Compact’s 2017 Newman Civic Fellowship, which recognizes and supports students committed to achieving social change.
Rollins student and professor team up with Google on after-school project for fourth-graders.
Thane Maynard ’76 developed an awe for animals and the natural world as a boy growing up in Winter Park. He’s spent his career sharing that sense of wonder with others.
Inside Shree Raj Shrestha ’17’s journey from Nepal to Rollins to one of the world’s biggest tech companies.
One of the country’s fastest-growing and most progressive cities lies just beyond the borders of America’s most beautiful campus.
Joe ’84 and Vicky ’85 Raymond are leading a revolution in the treatment of motor disabilities in the United States.
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” shares how Rollins 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.
Renee Stone ’85 has achieved a remarkable career in environmentalism and public service by following her passion from one interesting thing to another.
Elise Letanosky ’07 has dedicated the past decade to helping people in global hot spots marred by armed conflict and natural disasters.
She seemed to have a dream marketing career wielding multimillion-dollar budgets for brands like Coca-Cola and Burger King. So why did Gillian Smith trade big budgets (and perks) for the unheralded nonprofit world?
Rollins English instructor Susan Lilley becomes the city of Orlando’s first official storyteller.
The professor emerita was a trailblazer in the College’s Department of Psychology.
Greg Gardner launched the Department of Communication and served as its chair for 20 years.
Professor of Russian Alexander Boguslawski retired this spring after more than 30 years of service in the Department of Modern Languages.
Professor of Psychology Roger Ray ’62 retired from Rollins this spring after serving the College for nearly 50 years.
Chris “Mad Dog” Russo ’82 stars in Mike and the Mad Dog, ESPN’s new sports documentary about the rise of sports talk radio.