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The complex of three halls – Blue Ridge, Shenandoah and Mt. Tabor – is named in honor of a couple devoted to Roanoke College.
The Roanoke College Medal, presented to recipients on Friday, April 11, recognizes alumni who have demonstrated leadership, intellectual integrity and a dedication to serving their communities.
Warner Dalhouse '56 is the retired chairman and CEO of First Union National Bank. Roanoke's Commencement is May 3 at 10 a.m.
Students built houses, taught lacrosse to children and competed in tournaments and track meets during spring break week.
Dr. Leslie Warden, one of few Egyptologists in Virginia, recently completed her first academic book, “Pottery and Economy in Old Kingdom Egypt,” published by Brill.
The Management Institute is a series of 12 executive management classes. TMI has graduated 460 executives in its quarter century.
Dr. Monica Vilhauer, an associate professor of religion and philosophy at Roanoke, plays guitar and sings with a local folk music group.
The RC Model UN club returned from the National Model United Nations annual conference in NY with a renewed appreciation of multilateral methods of conflict resolution.
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Spring Awakening, a student directed project
Junior Open House
Spring Visit Days
Coffee Shop Talk: Popular Religion in Ancient Egypt - You and Your Gods
Roanoke College Choir, Oriana Singers Farewell Concert