People

May 27, 2022

My Rollins Gateway: From Mentee to Master

Francisco Wang Yu ’22 grabbed every opportunity at Rollins to excel—from exploring a cornucopia of subjects to forging relationships that will last a lifetime.

Bobby Sena, Marybelle Doe, and Topanga Sena

May 19, 2022

Family Matters

Three students, two generations, one legacy—a trio of Tars discover their pathways to purpose at Rollins.

Emily Curran

May 18, 2022

Curran ’22 Earns Fellowship from the National Science Foundation

After a superstar undergraduate career, Emily Curran ’22 will start her PhD program with an extra boost from one of the nation’s preeminent STEM fellowships.

March 03, 2022

The Making of an Advocate

Elizabeth Smith ’22 ’24MPH came to Rollins wanting to embrace a new beginning. That all changed when the world was thrown into chaos. Now, she’s emerged from the pandemic as a fierce advocate for disability rights.

Fred Hicks ’79MSCJ ’80H

February 08, 2022

In Memory: Fred Hicks ’79MSCJ ’80H

Rollins bids farewell to the distinguished historian and former president who left an indelible mark on the College, most notably in the arts.

Jaheim Morris ’24

February 02, 2022

My Rollins Life: The Freedom to Explore

By the time Jaheim Morris ’24 graduates from Rollins, he will have engaged with nearly every corner of campus on his pathway to purpose.

From left: Lindsay Muscato ’07 and Yanet Herrero ’20

January 14, 2022

Two Tars Recognized as “Women Who Mean Business”

Yanet Herrero ’20 and Lindsay Muscato ’07 both made the Orlando Business Journal’s annual list recognizing outstanding businesswomen in Central Florida.

Sergie Albino ’10MBA, Alexandra Robertson ’11 ’12MBA, Patrick de la Roza ’08MBA, Shelton Granade ’02MBA, Randy Haffner ’92MBA, Garima Shah ’11MBA, and Matt Certo ’01.

December 06, 2021

Rollins Alumni Recognized as Orlando’s Power Players

The Orlando Business Journal’s annual Power Players awards have named seven Rollins graduates among Central Florida’s most influential executives.