Homeowners Laxman and Pingala Kadariya, along with their two children and Laxman's mother, will move into R-House.
Alumna's essay on science of falling in love published in New York Times, receives national attention
On Jan. 9, the New York Times published Mandy Len Catron's essay, "To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This," as part of its Modern Love column.
Roanoke's longtime Director of the Library died in Nov. 2014 after a brief battle with cancer. Umberger was remembered by friends, library co-workers and colleagues in a College memorial service on January 13.
RC Poll: McDonnell a good governor but should serve prison time; Opinions divided on Michael Brown, Eric Garner cases
Virginians agree with Ferguson, Mo., ruling but disagree with decision in New York City choking case.
Mountcastle did some of the earliest work on how the brain responds to sensory information.
Joel Gill ’01 visits Roanoke Feb. 9 to share his experiences writing and gathering historical information for his book, “Strange Fruit: Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History.” His talk is titled “28 Days are not Enough.”
Virginians support ethics reforms; split on Medicaid expansion; Favor protecting gun ownership but support background checks.
Burch landed his seventh world record for achieving the most first ascents in the history of the unclimbed Mongolian mountains. He also named one of the peaks in honor of his alma mater.
Mary Crockett Hill '91 co-authors "Dream Boy," a young-adult novel.
WINCHESTER � The Roanoke College women's basketball team dropped an Old Dominion Athletic Conference contest to Shenandoah on Saturday, 57-51.� The Maroons now have a record of 7-12, 3-7 in the ODAC, while the Hornets have an identical 7-12, 3-7 record for the season.
SALEM � The Roanoke College men's basketball team fell in Old Dominion Athletic Conference action on Saturday afternoon, taking a loss to #11 ranked Virginia Wesleyan 84-66.� The Maroons now have a record of 7-12, 2-8 in ODAC play, while the Marlins are 16-3, 8-2 in the ODAC.