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Zoe Milburn ’22, Ellie Minette ’22, and anthropology professor Zack Gilmore work on cataloguing Native American pottery found on nearby Shell Island, some of which dates back thousands of years.

November 03, 2022

Rollins Honors Native American Heritage Month

This month, Rollins honors Indigenous Americans by offering a host of programming meant to inspire conversation and reflection.

Members of Spectrum pose outside in downtown Orlando holding a Rollins College rainbow pride banner.

October 27, 2022

Club Spotlight: Spectrum

With a renewed sense of energy and plans to increase student support systems, Rollins’ student-run LGBTQ+ organization is embracing their place in the community.

March 02, 2022

Rollins Celebrates Women’s History Month with Education and Reflection

Rollins is honoring the lives of trailblazing women whose contributions have made a difference in our backyard and in communities around the world.

BSU students dancing at the Soul Food Sunday dinner, one of their favorite traditions.

February 24, 2022

Club Spotlight: Black Student Union

The history of Rollins’ Black Student Union echoes the history of America. Now, a new generation of leaders are making an impact on campus and beyond through service, education, and a chorus of voices calling for change.

Jaheim Morris ’24

February 02, 2022

My Rollins Life: The Freedom to Explore

By the time Jaheim Morris ’24 graduates from Rollins, he will have engaged with nearly every corner of campus on his pathway to purpose.

Members of the Black Student Union gather on the steps of Kathleen W. Rollins Hall in late January in anticipation of kicking off Black History Month at Rollins.

February 01, 2022

Rollins Honors Black History Month with Celebration and Reflection

African American history is the story of America. As the timeline moves forward, Rollins is celebrating Black History Month through myriad opportunities for education and reflection.

A grid of images depicting Black students engaged on campus and in our community.

June 15, 2021

5 Ways Rollins is Commemorating Juneteenth

The holiday also known as Black Independence Day is “a day on” for embracing cultural vibrancy and resilience in the Black community.

May 31, 2021

Hollern Receives Gallup Award for Service Excellence

The award honors the faculty or staff member who best exemplifies and models Rollins’ Service Excellence philosophy and values in their service to others.

Aerial view of Rollins College.

June 18, 2020

Rollins Declares Juneteenth an Observed Holiday

The declaration comes as a direct response to the Black Lives Matter movement.

June 01, 2020

Racial Justice and Rollins College

A dispatch from Rollins College President Grant Cornwell in light of recent events.