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Roanoke English professor is the first Roanoke College faculty member recognized as the Commonwealth's top professor by the Carnegie Foundation and CASE.
Reportedly incomes are higher and prices are low, setting the stage for a strong holiday shopping season, according to the latest Roanoke College Poll.
With the expansion of the History department's costume assortment, Roanoke History students increasingly are dressing in period garb to reenact historical classroom debates, celebrate College history and more.
Burch is hiking 20 hours a day in an attempt to land his seventh world record for achieving the most first ascents in the history of the unclimbed Mongolian mountains.
Tarter visited campus recently to spend time with students and present a talk on her work to unlock the voices of silenced women - from those accused of witchcraft centuries ago to today's prisoners.
The magazine's upcoming issue spotlights the Cregger Center, which is taking shape on the northeast end of campus. Other stories highlight parent involvement at Roanoke and five alumni authors.
Since 1993, Roanoke has been celebrating David Bittle's contributions to the college with a festival occurring on or around his Nov. 19 birthday.