The Rotarian Archives
Recent issues of The Rotarian magazine. Explore issues from our first 100 years on Google Books.
Stephanie Woollard went from Down Under to the top of the world to find out.
President-elect Mark Daniel Maloney maps out a course for Rotary's future.
The Institute for Economics and Peace had done the research on how countries could create and sustain peace. But how to put that research into action at the grassroots level? Enter Rotary.
A year after Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico, we visited the island to learn how local Rotary members continue to rebuild homes and lives.
It's time to cross "make a list" off your list.
A British-born Sikh who leads the International Storytelling Center in Tennessee, Kiran Singh Sirah believes spinning tales can foster world peace.
How to become a Rotary Peace Fellow.
Fly solo around the world. Win Olympic gold. Fight polio during a coup. Rotarians describe their experiences doing all that and more.
There's more to literacy than books.
Ready for more reading? With Rotarians in mind, we recommend 20 books — non-fiction and fiction, from writers established and new.
Child development advocate Dana Suskind urges parents to talk to their babies early and often.
In its work with the United Nations and other international organizations, the Rotary Representative Network advances a century-old tradition of fostering global harmony.
Rotary Peace Fellow Susan Stigant puts political theory into practice.
One hundred years after Armistice Day, we look back at how World War I unfolded in the pages of The Rotarian.
A Rotaractor ventures deep into her native Uganda with a polio vaccination team as part of Rotary’s newest virtual reality film, Two Drops of Patience.
Two Rotarian pediatricians team up to save babies’ lives.
The challenges facing Rotary and its partners in the Global Polio Eradication Initiative are changing. Here's what you need to know about where we are now.
Drop anchor in Germany’s gateway to the world, where it’s easy to feel like a local.
Take a trip outside your comfort zone and come back with a broader perspective.
Tyrone "Doc" Bledsoe has a prescription to ensure that young black men attend and finish college: the Student African American Brotherhood.
In Rotary’s membership game, everyone’s a winner.
Epidemiologist Gary Slutkin has a new — and successful — strategy to stop violence: Treat it like a disease.
What it takes to be a leader in Rotary.
Since 1993, Rotarians in Chile and the United States have teamed up to provide life-altering reconstructive surgeries.
Rotary’s new president, Barry Rassin, strikes a perfect balance between Bahamian bonhomie and decisive leadership.
After fleeing conflict in their home countries, young people living in a Ugandan refugee settlement establish their own Rotaract club.
In the internet age, literacy means distinguishing between fact and fiction.
Full exposure: Stephanie Sinclair’s photography is just one of the ways she advocates for the rights of girls
Final Exam: Two Rotarians and a Rotaractor face one last challenge before they can join the elite ShelterBox Response Team
Back to our roots: The best time to plant a tree was when Paul Harris was alive. The second-best time is now.
Cultivating peace: Our peace fellows dig in to Rotary's areas of focus
- Adrien Lokangaka: Saving mothers and children, fighting disease
- Sachin Rane: Promoting peace
- Summer Lewis: Growing local economies
- Muyatwa Sitali: Providing clean water
- Rabia Raja: Supporting education