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A grid of images depicting service learning experiences at Rollins College.

July 26, 2021

Leadership Lessons (L)earned

These Rollins College grads credit thriving careers in medicine, law, and business to lessons learned in service of others.

Kate Knight ’19

February 09, 2021

Knight ’19 Awarded Payne Fellowship

Kate Knight ’19 was a study abroad superstar during her time at Rollins. Now, she has earned a 2021 Payne Fellowship to help make her dream of working in the Foreign Service a reality.

August 19, 2020

My Rollins Gateway: Karina Barbesino ’19

Karina Barbesino ’19—who has found the intersection between two seemingly disparate passions—says it all starts with language.

Shannon Sullivan ’20

August 11, 2020

My Rollins Gateway: Ready for Anything

As an incoming student, Shannon Sullivan ’20 feared anything less than perfect grades and perfect plans. Today, she views change as inevitable—and as her ally for life.

Karina Barbesino ’19 dressed in graduation regalia on campus.

December 17, 2019

My Rollins Gateway: Disarming Discourse

Karina Barbesino ’19—who has found the intersection between two seemingly disparate passions—says it all starts with language.

August 08, 2019

My Rollins Gateway: Connecting the Dots

Lucas Hernandez ’13 is helping solve his hometown’s toughest challenges by supercharging local know-how with the technological might of one of the world’s largest companies.

Portraits of Adam Roderick ’19, Karina Barbesino ’19, Ryan Colangelo ’19, Kate Knight ’19, Jonathan Leeper ’19, and Nico Khazzam ’18

May 17, 2019

7 Rollins Students Named Fulbright Scholars

Karina Barbesino ’19, Ryan Colangelo ’19, Nico Khazzam ’18, Kate Knight ’19, Jonathan Leeper ’19, and Adam Roderick ’19 have earned 2019-20 Fulbright Scholarships.

Rollins professor Dan Chong leads a discussion with students in the Orlando Hall outdoor classroom.

October 24, 2017

Change Agent

Rollins political science and international relations professor Dan Chong is dedicated to helping his students see the world differently.

Karina Barbesino ’19 and professor Li Wei.

May 26, 2017

Barbesino Earns Boren Scholarship

Karina Barbesino ’19 has earned a Boren Scholarship, a prestigious award reserved for students who intend to pursue careers in federal national security.