Rollins Magazine Summer 2021
July 30, 2021
By Audrey St. Clair ’03
From the opening of the new Lakeside Neighborhood to the importance of service learning as preparation for success, explore the summer 2021 issue of Rollins magazine.
Crafting an Icon
How renowned British sculptor Paul Day created a Rollins monument to the College’s most famous alum.
Rollins’ new rooftop greenhouse is a technological masterpiece, with more than 800 plant species and climate-controlled rooms designed for student and faculty research.
Welcome to Rollins’ Lakeside Neighborhood, a residential complex focused on health, wellness, and community that’s setting a new standard in liberal arts living and learning.
A History for the Future
This past semester, Rollins faculty, staff, and students were hard at work uncovering untold stories from the Great Migration for an original art installation coming to campus next year.
Leadership Lessons (L)earned
These Rollins grads credit thriving careers in medicine, law, and business to lessons learned in service to others.
Keeper of Her Community
Fairolyn H. Livingston ’83, chief historian of the Hannibal Square Heritage Center, forged her path to advocacy at Rollins.
Equipped with 21st-century skills, real-world experience, and lifelong relationships, Rollins grads step into their futures ready to make the mark only they can.
A Level Playing Field
Neil Otto ’05 helped create a unique partnership that gives teaching aides a pathway to classrooms of their own.
My Rollins Gateway: A Pillar of Progress
Aditya Mahara ’12’s path through Rollins was defined by both the opportunities he seized and those he created for himself.
Teeing It Up
Hall of Fame women’s golf coach Julie Garner is guaranteeing a long-term victory for Rollins with a planned gift that’s as personal as it is generous.
What I’ve Learned: Ryan DeVos ’13
A Rollins education prepared this alum to follow in his family’s Magic footsteps, then chart a new path for Orlando’s NBA franchise.