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7:00 PM, Tue, 03/31/15
4:30 PM, Wed, 04/01/15
Mu Beta Psi Open Mic Night
8:00 PM, Thu, 04/02/15 - Thu, 04/02/15
Sophomore & Junior Visit Day
12:45 PM, Mon, 04/06/15 - Mon, 04/06/15
Spring Visit Days
9:00 AM, Tue, 04/07/15 - Fri, 04/10/15
What Not to Wear: Roanoke College with an International Twist
7:00 PM, Tue, 04/07/15 - Tue, 04/07/15
Theatre Roanoke College: An Evening of One-Acts
12:00 AM, Wed, 04/08/15 - Wed, 04/08/15
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.
April 18, 2015
Color Run- Salem Civic Center
For other ideas, check out the Roanoke Valley page.
Announcements for Current Students
Due to the closing of the College early on April 3, 2015 for Good Friday, the Business Office will process Accounts Payable checks on Thursday, April 2nd, 2015. All invoices, check requests, reimbursements, etc. MUST be received in our office by 3:00 pm on Friday, March 27th, 2015. Checks will be available for pickup at 2:00 pm on Thursday, April 2nd, 2015. Any checks not picked up by close of business on Friday, April 3rd will not be available until Monday, April 6th, 2015. e-Checks will be deposited as normal on Friday, April 3rd, 2015.
If you have any questions please contact Donna Thomas at x2264 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: Donna Thomas
Students preparing to graduate in the coming months - you may be on your parents' insurance at present, but what will you do when time comes to go out on your own? How do you consider all of the options available and make a decision? Come to this session with an Education & Outreach Specialist with Enroll Virginia to learn more! Please pre-register with Career Services for this workshop.
Contact: Toni McLawhorn
Location: West Hall, room 117
Come hear our very own Dave Taylor of the MCSP department talk about ways that you can play better and best your friends in board games :-). Abstract: "Mathematics plays an ever-increasing role in today�s world, whether it be modeling complex processes in the body, predicting winners for March Madness, or showing that a particular chemistry study has statistical validity. It can also be applied to many games, providing a way to make better decisions in your quest to win. As the owner of over 70 board, card, and dice games, I�ve had a lot of experience playing games and over the last few years I�ve studied the mathematics and probability that goes into these games. The result of my studies is my very own textbook on �The Mathematics of Games� and this very talk. This conversation series event will focus on the two games of Yahtzee and Monopoly, looking into the mathematical framework that can be used to answer interesting questions about these games. Let�s have some fun!"
Contact: Daniel Robb
Location: Massengill Auditorium
The tradition of walking the labyrinth as a spiritual exercise dates back to around 4500 B.C.E. The labyrinth appeals to seekers of every faith tradition and seekers with little or no faith tradition.
The labyrinth reminds us with every walk we take that our spiritual journey flows back & forth, from the outside to the inside, from the inside to the outside. The labyrinth links body & soul.
We walk the labyrinth with intention. We un-knot, un-wind, un-tangle. We let the circle guide us (passive) as we walk the circle (active).
The Labyrinth will be available in Garrett on Wednesday, April 1st from 10am until 3:00 pm. There will be �how to� cards available for those who have never walked the labyrinth before. All are welcome.
For more information please contact Chaplain Chris or Kathy Russo at 375-2300.
Contact: Kathleen Russo
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