In his newest book, Dr. Harry Wilson argues that a pair of U.S. Supreme Court decisions and an intensity gap between pro- and anti-gun groups has effectively dissuaded national elected officials from taking large scale action on guns.
Since 1985, the honors have showcased the quality and diversity of arts and culture in the Roanoke Valley.
Cregger Center isn't the only construction project on campus. Four renovation projects, funded by multiple gifts from alumni, friends and foundations, get underway this summer.
The Maroons outdoor 4x400 team capped off a record setting season by finishing second at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
The well, which is now dry, has some impressive stats for one that was dug by hand. It is 4 feet in diameter and 33.5 feet deep. Check out the video from inside the well.
Sentiments concerning the Virginia real estate market remain strong, sustaining the strength from last quarter.
Virginia Consumer Sentiment and Inflation Expectations Report: Sentiment remains strong, inflation expectations lowest since 2012.
The latest Roanoke College Poll of Virginians shows optimism due to rising incomes and an expectation of lower inflation.
Larry Forrester ’15 receives standing ovation after sharing a moving letter at Baccalaureate ceremony.
Brieanah Gouveia '17, an art history major, is headed to England, while Daniel Osborne '17, a history major, will study in Scotland.
At a retirement gathering, Mark Gobble ’87, announced the establishment of the Dr. Larry A. Lynch Endowed Scholarship Fund.
At a retirement party, Arthur was surprised by several former shop assistants and alumni of Roanoke’s theater program. He was especially surprised when they announced the formation of an endowed scholarship in his honor.
Head coach�Ryan Pflugrad '02�has added�Alistair Moore�to the men's soccer staff announced this week.� He will join�Brian White '14�and�Chris Lovatt '06, who have been with the Maroons since the 2014 season.� He will start on July 1st�and will be responsible for all areas of recruiting, scouting, practice planning and player development.
Roanoke College Athletics is proud to announce 178 student-athletes to the 2015 Spring Honor Roll. In order to be eligible, a student-athlete must have competed for a varsity team and maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or higher for the spring 2015 semester.� Women's track and field had the most student-athlete honor roll selections of the 19 programs with 23. Men's soccer had the most honorees among the men's sports with 18.