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.
Roanoke College is saddened at the news of the impending closure of Sweet Briar College and is ready to assist any Sweet Briar students interested in Roanoke.
Dr. Robert Hudson, professor emeritus of physics, died in February 2015. He is remembered by students and alumni for his role in the classroom and for his Model T rides.
Check out these photo and video scenes of Roanoke's snow-covered campus this month.
Dr. David Taylor's book "The Mathematics of Games: An Introduction to Probability," discusses the basics of probability through games like poker, Yahtzee, Monopoly, blackjack and even bingo.
Sara Dorrance received $5,000 from Psi Chi for a research project on people's dependence on cell phones.
Through the U.S. Department of Energy's SunShot Initiative, Roanoke and 14 other Virginia colleges will receive support to create and implement a solar energy plan.
Roanoke's Commencement exercises are scheduled for Saturday, May 2. Baccalaureate will be Friday, May 1.
Several Roanoke students interning at the Taubman Museum are helping to promote and speak about the exhibition and its history.
SALEM � The Roanoke College baseball team blanked Greensboro College 14-0 in a rain-shortened game that ended in the bottom of the eighth inning.� Roanoke now has a record of 8-6, while the Pride are 8-14 on the season.
LYNCHBURG � The #19 ranked Roanoke College men's lacrosse team was victorious in a 17-6 win over Randolph College on Wednesday evening.� The Maroons now have a record 6-3, 3-0 in the ODAC, while the WildCats are 4-3, 0-2 in ODAC play.�
- Off Broadway, On CampusMarch 28, 2015
- Sr. Music Joint Recital: Mackenzie Sullivan/Danielle SekelMarch 29, 2015
- Spring Visit DaysMarch 30, 2015
- Earth Week: Black Diamonds ScreeningMarch 30, 2015
- Roanoke College Coffee Shop Talk - Magna Carta: What's So Great about the Great "Great Charter"?April 2, 2015