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Campus Events

Find out what's happening on campus this week.

Women's Tennis
11:00 AM, Fri, 03/06/15

Baseball
12:00 PM, Sat, 03/07/15

Mediation and Muffins
7:30 PM, Tue, 03/10/15 - Tue, 03/10/15

Women's Forum Presents: Lea Morris - musician
8:00 PM, Thu, 03/12/15 - Thu, 03/12/15

Pi Day Pi-ing
12:00 PM, Fri, 03/13/15 - Fri, 03/13/15

Kandinsky Trio Concert :Series Finale
7:30 PM, Sat, 03/14/15 - Sat, 03/14/15

Delta Jamma
1:00 PM, Sun, 03/15/15 - Sun, 03/15/15

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Off-campus Events

There is a lot to see and do in Roanoke and in the surrounding area. Here's some ideas of upcoming events to check out:

February 26, 2015
The Harlem Globetrotters - Roanoke Civic Center 

April 18, 2015
Color Run- Salem Civic Center

For other ideas, check out the Roanoke Valley page.

 
 

Announcements for Current Students

March 20 Blood Drive

All are welcome to donate blood on march 20, 2015 at the Ball room from 11:00 - 5:00 pm. The American Red Cross Club, in collaboration with Gama Sigma Sigma and SICH/AED will be recruiting blood donors from 3/15/15 - 3/20/2015 at the main atrium of the Colket Center. We will appreciate as many blood donors as possible because there is a high demand for blood.
Contact: Lydiah Fridah Mpyisi
Location: Ball Room

Women's Forum 2015: Climate Action: Roanoke College Students Speak Out

Dr. Valerie Banschbach, Professor and Chair of the Environmental Studies Program at Roanoke College shares predictions that climate change will most heavily impact women and girls. Additionally, four Roanoke College student leaders will speak about their efforts to engage students with the broader community in climate activism. Alexandra Ramey will discuss work as a student Executive Board member of the Roanoke chapter of the Sierra Club. Claire Brooks and Mackay Pierce will discuss upcoming alternative spring and fall break trips for students to study the impacts of mountaintop removal on Appalachian communities. Glenn Rhodes will discuss Fossil Free RC, a fossil fuel divestment initiative that he initiated at Roanoke College. Light refreshments will be served.
Contact: Tanya Ridpath
Location: Colket Center, Wortmann Ballroom

Women's Forum 2015: Undoing Democracy: Neoliberalism and Political Life

Join us for the first 2015 Women's Forum event: Undoing Democracy: Neoliberalism and Political Life, Dr. Wendy Brown, Class of 1936 First Professor of Political Science at UC Berkeley. Prof. Brown is a scholar of Western political thought who aims to make political theory illuminate contemporary problems. Her current research examines challenges for democracy generated by neoliberal governance and austerity politics. This lecture marks the eleventh anniversary of the installation of the Nu of Virginia Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at Roanoke College.
Contact: Tanya Ridpath
Location: Colket Center, Wortmann Ballroom