Courtney Vaughan '15, a literary studies major from Pennsylvania, will spend the next year in Laos as part of the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program.
Zahava Urecki ’16 is Roanoke's first Truman Scholar and one of just 58 student in the U.S. selected for this honor.
"La Mision," written by Dr. Dolores Flores-Silva, is one of several short plays performed at the Micro Theater Miami.
The business major will spend nine months at Delhi University analyzing how foreign aid impacts local business.
As the transit resident, Dr. Melanie Almeder is riding Roanoke bus routes and trolleys to observe the people and communities in which she interacts and to record her experiences.
More than 59 years after they met at Roanoke, the Rev. Dr. Theodore "Ted" Schneider and Doris Lee Smith Schneider, both 1956 graduates, are this year's alumni medalists.
"The Ought" is written for young adults who wonder where morals originate and why they vary between individuals. Wisnefske partnered with a student illustrator on the book.
Tyler Quigley '15, along with several other students, founded the College's first Beekeeping Society. Recently the group installed a beehive on campus, where they hope to harvest honey.
Roanoke's Commencement exercises are scheduled for Saturday, May 2. Baccalaureate will be Friday, May 1.
GREENSBORO � The Roanoke College men's tennis team fell in the ODAC Quarterfinals to Guilford College, 6-3 on Saturday.� The Maroons close the year with a record of 9-9, while the Quakers advance to the Semifinals with a record of 11-4.
SALEM � The Maroons battled for a win against Guilford in a rain-delayed morning game on Saturday, but lost to Emory & Henry for the second time in the weekend to be knocked out of the 2015 ODAC Softball Tournament.� The Maroons close the season with a record of 22-14, and went 15-5 in ODAC play.