February 16, 2011
Photo by Laura Cole
As part of the festivities, Rollins Improv Players played the Love Oracle, answering love-related questions from the crowd.
On Monday, February 14, Rollins Cares celebrated the arts at Rollins. Close to 100 students, faculty and staff turned out to show their support of the arts. This event is part of an effort to show our students and community that Rollins is a place where people care about their success and participation in learning opportunities in and outside of the classroom.
Rollins Cares is part of a campus-wide student success initiative to strengthen the academic experiences, success and retention of students. A grassroots community-building and campus pride movement, Rollins Cares focuses on student success and raises awareness of the many wonderful resources and programs available at Rollins.
Watch your email for next month’s Rollins Cares event! If you are interested in joining the Rollins Cares group or have ideas to share, contact Trish Moser or Meghan Harte.
Learn more about the many ways Rollins Cares about our students and our community.
Contributed by Trish Moser, Director of Special Projects
Office of Public Relations & Community Affairs
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