Marjorie Trueblood

September 15, 2022

10 Questions with Marjorie Trueblood

Rollins’ new dean of the Student Center for Inclusion & Belonging shares her vision for making Rollins a more inclusive and equitable institution.

Carley Matthews ’22

February 14, 2022

My Rollins Life: Defining Leadership

Carley Matthews ’22 isn’t trying to fit a certain mold of leadership—she’s using her own voice and style to redefine the role.

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.

Members of the Black Student Union gather on the steps of Kathleen W. Rollins Hall in late January in anticipation of kicking off Black History Month at Rollins.

February 01, 2022

Rollins Honors Black History Month with Celebration and Reflection

African American history is the story of America. As the timeline moves forward, Rollins is celebrating Black History Month through myriad opportunities for education and reflection.

Photo of Carla Daza in front of a building with a green garden.

May 10, 2019

Daza ’20 Earns Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship

Carla Daza ’20 has earned a spot in Public Policy and International Affairs’ highly selective Junior Summer Institute, a program ultimately designed to prepare students for roles serving the public good.

October 23, 2018

Higher Calling

Sam Barns ’11 ’12MBA has a big idea to change the world on one of the planet’s grandest mountains. He’s succeeding—in a micro-size kind of way.

A portrait of Rollins alumnae Dorcas Gilmore on campus.

July 01, 2015

An Advocate for Racial Justice and Economic Equity

From former legal counsel for the NAACP to advocating for protestors after the death of Freddie Gray, Dorcas Gilmore ’00 is impacting the community, justice system, and the classroom