Confessions of a Former Girl Hater

By Kenzie Helmick Sexism, reinforced by a patriarchal society, has relegated women to second-class citizenry. Our disadvantaged status demands that we stay in the domestic realm, and that our actions, ...
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Faroe Islands

By Colin Brant Far north of Europe lay the Faroe Islands, an autonomous island nation of fifty thousand inhabitants inside of the domain of Denmark.  The islands were first discovered ...
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The Boy Who Cried Fake News

By Hind Berji As America confronts the reality of living in an era dictated by a hashtag president, it’s becoming more and more difficult to navigate the plethora of news ...
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Peeling Off the Immigrant Label

By Jack Gabriel Alien. Illegal. Lazy. Criminal. Bad Hombre. The labels that undocumented immigrants are forced to wear go on and on. Now with Trump as President and his bombastic ...
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Rollins’ Historical Markers

By Wenxian Zhang A historical marker commemorates an event or person from the past at a specific geographic locale in a way that visitors can easily interact with. Over the ...
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Catcalling: An Unsolicited Soundtrack

By Sianna Boschetti The first time someone catcalled me at Rollins was on an overcast morning when I was walking to campus for my RCC. I was still exhausted from ...
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Cheater’s View

By Christelle Ram Do you still shiver when New York air touches your spine? hands reach around your neck? Do you still dance when you eat noodles and have you ...
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Down the Rabbit Hole

By Amber Appel It’s too late for me. I didn’t meet a rabbit running late, I didn’t get swept away by the green wind, and I never found Duotine pills ...
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The Argument for Divestment Continued

By Nick L'Heuraux Undoubtedly, the climate situation around the world has worsened significantly since the Rollins Coalition for Sustainable Investment last published an article for The Independent. Since December, global ...
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To Stand or Sit or Kneel: As an American

By Dr. Lisa Tillmann On September 13, 2016, Garrison Keillor performed at Rollins, where I have taught since 1999. White, Christian, and middle- class, I grew up in small-town Minnesota, ...
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