July 28, 2023
History professor Joshua Savala earns a second accolade from the Latin American Studies Association for his book on Peruvian-Chilean social history.
June 01, 2023
Sociology professor Matt Nichter recently published an article in Critical Historical Studies, a journal produced by the University of Chicago Press.
May 25, 2023
Four Tars have received the distinguished Fulbright Scholarship, including two teaching assignments and two awards to pursue graduate school and research opportunities.
November 02, 2022
For Rollins students, alumni, and faculty, the most pressing issues of our time are not insurmountable. They’re opportunities to bring meaning to the term “global citizenship.”
June 27, 2022
Sociology professor Matthew Nichter’s article on Emmett Till has received recognition from the Working Class Studies Association.
May 18, 2022
After a superstar undergraduate career, Emily Curran ’22 will start her PhD program with an extra boost from one of the nation’s preeminent STEM fellowships.
May 05, 2022
A trio of Tars are putting the “act” in “activist” through educational outreach and the creation of the first-ever Take Action Institute.
October 13, 2021
When Evan Mascagni ’08, Nick Capezzera ’08, and Shannon Post ’08 first met on the Rollins campus, the wheels of social change started turning. Now the trio is helping shape the world through documentary film.
January 12, 2021
Marissa Cobuzio ’19 is pursuing a career in mission-based veterinary medicine because she loves animals—and people.
November 13, 2019
Biology and sociology double major Marissa Cobuzio ’19 is pursuing a career in mission-based veterinary medicine because she loves animals—and people.
October 30, 2019
How history and sociology major Hiram Todd Norman ’94 harnessed the power of the liberal arts to become the overseer of all things digital for The CW Network.
July 19, 2018
From her first day at Rollins, Morgan Laner ’18 endeavored not only to get involved with lessening Rollins’ carbon footprint, but to revolutionize how it was done.