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Rollins Magazine Fall 2018

November 16, 2018

By Audrey St. Clair ’03

Student helps a local villager carry building materials on a field study to Tanzania.
Photo by Scott Cook.

From a once-in-a-lifetime field study in Tanzania to how Rollins is leading the charge in changemaking, explore the Fall 2018 issue of Rollins magazine.

Rendering of Kathleen W. Rollins HallRendering of Kathleen W. Rollins Hall

Building Momentum

This past summer, Rollins broke ground on an ambitious building project that will breathe new life into a campus icon, Mills Memorial Hall. We recently sat down with President Cornwell to get the inside scoop on what the new Mills will mean for current and future Tars.
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Students and professor share space in one of Rollins’ Living Learning Communities.Students and professor share space in one of Rollins’ Living Learning Communities.

Home School

For residents of Ward Hall, the successful transition to college is made easier by the art professor, former valedictorian, and outgoing toddler who live on the first floor.
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Beth Lincks ’75Beth Lincks ’75

Dramatic Drive

Decorated playwright Beth Lincks ’75 traces her success to lessons learned both on and off the stage as a Rollins theater major.
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Angelo Villagomez snorkeling in the Pacific OceanAngelo Villagomez snorkeling in the Pacific Ocean

Underwater Overseer

How one Rollins field study set in motion a life and career dedicated to preserving the ocean and its diverse comingling of creatures.
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Grace Loescher spray-painting a mural in California.Grace Loescher spray-painting a mural in California.

The Art of Activism

Grace Loescher ’14 is combining her arts and theater background with a passion for social justice to impact the lives of young people in Sacramento.
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Student helps a local villager carry building materials on a field study to Tanzania.Student helps a local villager carry building materials on a field study to Tanzania.

Partners in Progress

On this field study, students don’t have to move a mountain. But with the help of a Rollins graduate and an entire village, they’re helping transform one.
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A "Mentor Match" board game to illustrate Rollins’ Career Champions mentorship program, which is creating powerful partnerships between students and alumni.A "Mentor Match" board game to illustrate Rollins’ Career Champions mentorship program, which is creating powerful partnerships between students and alumni.

Meaningful Matches

Inside the new mentorship program that’s proliferating the powerful partnerships between Rollins alumni and students.
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Students walking through a rural village in the Dominican Republic.Students walking through a rural village in the Dominican Republic.

Great at Good

A dozen reasons why Rollins is one of the best colleges in the country at preparing students to lead positive change in the world.
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Computer science professor Dan MyersComputer science professor Dan Myers

Music Lessons

Computer science professor Dan Myers’ penchant for music has played an instrumental role in his development as both a scientist and a teacher.
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Campbell Brown ’90Campbell Brown ’90

What I’ve Learned: Campbell Brown ’90

The president of Old Forester is tapping into a rich history as he leads a legendary bourbon brand back to prominence.
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