Mister Rogers statue at Rollins College

The Neighborhood’s Newest Addition

A bronze sculpture honoring Rollins’ most famous alumnus carries his legacy of kindness and service to future generations.

Top 21 Stories of 2021

The Rollins stories you loved most this year—one more time.

A Beautiful Day for a Neighbor, a sculpture at Rollins honoring Mister Rogers.

Photos: Unveiling A Beautiful Day for a Neighbor

On October 28, Rollins unveiled the long-awaited sculpture celebrating the life and work of our most beloved alumnus, Fred Rogers ’51 ’74H.

Renowned artist Paul Day pictured with the sculpture he's creating of Mister Rogers, Rollins College’s most beloved alumnus.

Crafting an Icon

How renowned British sculptor Paul Day created a Rollins monument to the College’s most famous alum.

Artist Paul Day pictured next to the sculpture he’s creating of Mister Rogers for Rollins College.

Rollins Announces Sculpture Honoring Mister Rogers

A bronze sculpture honoring the life and legacy of our most beloved alumnus, Fred Rogers ’51 ’74H, will soon call Rollins home.

Joanne Rogers in 1950 and 2018.

In Memory: Joanne Rogers ’50 ’05H

Rollins says goodbye to Joanne Rogers ’50 ’05H, the uncommonly kind, prolific pianist who played an instrumental role in the life and legacy of her husband and everyone’s favorite neighbor, Fred Rogers ’51 ’74H.

Event Preview: Mister Rogers The Musician

Join us for a special event celebrating the music of our most beloved alumnus, Fred Rogers ’51 ’74H.

The King of Kindness

Why is there a renewed groundswell of interest in Fred Rogers ’51? The answer is as radically simple as the man himself.

Mister Rogers portrait, plus his signature blue sweater and stone on Rollins’ Walk of Fame.

Rollins’ Walking Tour Returns to Celebrate Mister Rogers

On March 5, Rollins’ self-guided campus tour of memorabilia returns to honor the College’s most beloved alumnus.

Illustration of Mister Rogers putting on his shoes.

50 Things We Love about Mr. Rogers

It’s been 50 years since the debut of Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, so what better way to honor our most famous alumnus than by celebrating 50 ways he’s made a lasting impact on Rollins and the world.

Rollins Walking Tour Celebrates Mister Rogers

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood debuted 50 years ago, and Rollins is honoring its most famous alumnus with a self-guided campus tour of memorabilia.

Fred Rogers, Rollins’ most beloved alumni, pictured in his signature red sweater a

Farewell to our Favorite Neighbor

On the 10th anniversary of his death, Rollins remembers alumnus and creator of Mister Rogers Neighborhood Fred Rogers ’51.