January 21, 2012
In honor of the life of the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., Rollins celebrates the students committed to making his dream a reality.
|Ruqayyah Ali ’14 celebrates diversity. More...||Christina Benjamin ’03 is most passionate about serving others and is committed to leading a life of service. More...
||Erin Brioso ’13 thrives on breaking down stereotypes. More...|
|Danielle Cameron ’14 has made it her life’s mission to increase awareness about diversity and multiculturalism. More...||Annamarie Carlson ’14 has vision for a better world, one in which people see others clearly and act responsibly and respectfully. More...||D’Vonte Chapman ’14 believes in the power of a single voice. More...|
|Lucas Hernandez ’13 seldom misses an opportunity for involvement—or reflection. More...||Sofia Macias ’13 strongly believes that while a person may hope and wish for a better world, advancement just isn’t possible without some kind of effort or action. More...||A child of immigrant parents, Saabira Mohamed ’14 is driven by a passion to talk to others about culture and to promote diversity in the community. More...
|Jenea’ Robinson ’14 dreams of equality for the GLBT community, minorities, and immigrants. More...||Moriah Russo ’13 is passionate about creating a better world and learning more about multifaceted systems of oppression. More...||Fueled by a desire to address discrepancies in education, Aaron Tanyhill ’14 found his niche in sharing documentary films with others. More...|