Zahava Urecki ’16 is Roanoke's first Truman Scholar and one of just 58 student in the U.S. selected for this honor.
The business major will spend nine months at Delhi University analyzing how foreign aid impacts local business.
More than 59 years after they met at Roanoke, the Rev. Dr. Theodore "Ted" Schneider and Doris Lee Smith Schneider, both 1956 graduates, are this year's alumni medalists.
Jewish and Palestinian students work together to create Roanoke's first Peace Month. The series features a visit from the Palestinian Ambassador to the U.S.
As the transit resident, Dr. Melanie Almeder is riding Roanoke bus routes and trolleys to observe the people and communities in which she interacts and to record her experiences.
"The Ought" is written for young adults who wonder where morals originate and why they vary between individuals.