The Central Florida fiber arts community yarn-bombed campus. The project was related to CFAM's exhibition The Mysterious Content of Softness.
As part of National Philanthropy Day, students thanked alumni and donors for the impact their support has made on the campus community.
Rollins Improv Players (RIP) perform a long-form improvised show at the Fred Stone Theatre.
Rollins Dancers perform at the Annie Russell Theatre as part of Attitudes.
The Tars spread holiday cheer—and some Rollins pride—during the 60th annual Winter Park "Ye Olde Hometown" Christmas Parade, which was held on December 1 on Park Avenue.
Melanne Verveer, then-U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues, spoke at Rollins about the strategic advantages of advancing women and girls around the world.
The Rollins and Central Florida communities celebrated the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with a vigil.
Azar Nafisi, author of Reading Lolita in Tehran, spoke at Rollins as part of the Winter Park Institute and Winter With the Writers.
Students and Mr. McGibblets celebrated Rollins' favorite furry friend—and a day off from classes.