“Face your fears, for that is when you really learn what you’re made of inside.”
Dr. Michael Maina and Jake Brabham'15 will be in Washington, D.C., March 11-12 for the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance's annual SPEAK Out Day.
In early test of possible November match-up, Sen. Mark Warner leads Republican Ed Gillespie by almost 30 points. Virginians also support legalizing same-sex marriage, among other poll results.
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.
Majority in 3 States Favorable on Hillary Clinton; Voters in NJ, NY & Virginia in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage, National Gun Registry; States Mixed on Obamacare
“Dean Gene” as he is known to students has been very involved in student activities and community life. He will remain at Roanoke through the academic year.
The OA program has been named The Mac and Marcy Johnson Outdoor Adventures Program in recognition of his retirement after years of serving Roanoke students.
The world of global business came alive for Kristin Troianello '15, who studied in Italy in Fall 2013, and interned for Pashmere, a cashmere clothing company.
SALEM -�The Roanoke College women's lacrosse game against ODAC opponent Lynchburg College has been postponed to March 31st.
SALEM -�Due to Morning rain and potential afternoon weather, the Roanoke College baseball game between the Maroons and Greensboro College has been postponed.
- Women's Forum 2014 Kickoff: Jessica ValentiMarch 12, 2014
- Queen for Eternity: Digital Archaeology and the (After)Life of Meresankh III of EgyptMarch 13, 2014
- Noche de Teatro Biling�e: A Bilingual Night of TheatreMarch 13, 2014
- Coffee Shop Talk: The Pedagogical Practice of a Water WalkerMarch 13, 2014
- Spirituality at Work - Taking a Mini- Retreat during the WorkdayMarch 14, 2014
- Forum on the Continuing Crisis in UkraineMarch 14, 2014