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October 2014



  • RC Poll: Gillespie closes gap, but Warner still holds Senate race lead; Likely voters offer views on Ebola, ISIS, economy

    RC Poll: Gillespie closes gap, but Warner still holds Senate race lead; Likely voters offer views on Ebola, ISIS, economy

    A plurality of poll respondents named an economic issue as the most important problem facing the country.



  • Unique art exchange exhibition coming to Olin Hall

    Unique art exchange exhibition coming to Olin Hall

    Through the Mail Art Project, on display Oct. 24 through Dec. 5, Roanoke has received art from such places as Japan, Serbia and South Africa.



  • Hollins, Roanoke College present Perry F. Kendig Award winners for 2014

    Hollins, Roanoke College present Perry F. Kendig Award winners for 2014

    The awards, co-sponsored by Roanoke College and Hollins University, recognize distinction in arts and culture in the Roanoke Valley.



  • Washington Semester Program kicks off career in Virginia politics for Maggie Anderson ’13

    Washington Semester Program kicks off career in Virginia politics for Maggie Anderson ’13

    As a sophomore, Maggie Anderson interned in Sen. Mark Warner's office. Three years later, she landed a full-time job in the same office.

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September 2014



  • Roanoke faculty learn from international peace experts

    Roanoke faculty learn from international peace experts

    Four faculty members from Roanoke College attended the Kroc Institute's 6th Summer Institute for Faculty in Peace Studies Program Development.



  • RC Poll: Virginians think McDonnell’s behavior typical, but deserving of prison, also weigh in on Medicaid and budget shortfall

    RC Poll: Virginians think McDonnell’s behavior typical, but deserving of prison, also weigh in on Medicaid and budget shortfall

    Most Virginians support a combination of budget cuts and tax and fee increases to offset the state's future budgetary problems.



  • RC Poll: Warner maintains large lead in Senate race, Clinton edges possible 2016 Republican rivals

    RC Poll: Warner maintains large lead in Senate race, Clinton edges possible 2016 Republican rivals

    Virginia Senator Mark Warner has the highest favorable ratings of any statewide elected official.



  • A Discussion of Bees

    A Discussion of Bees

    Howland Blackiston '73, author and business owner, will talk about the threat to "30 percent of everything we eat" because of the decline in bee population. He will speak at 7 p.m. on Sept. 29 at Roanoke College.



  • Internship gives Roanoke student inside look at fast lane life

    Internship gives Roanoke student inside look at fast lane life

    As a marketing intern, Gabby Gery '17 worked firsthand with Virginia International Raceway's social media.



  • Roanoke again recognized as Up and Coming National Liberal Arts College by U.S. News

    Roanoke again recognized as Up and Coming National Liberal Arts College by U.S. News

    For the fourth time in recent years, Roanoke College is ranked among the nation’s top Up and Coming National Liberal Arts Colleges.



  • RC Poll: Virginia Real Estate Index

    RC Poll: Virginia Real Estate Index

    Little change in real estate perceptions, Northern Virginia remains strong.



  • Dr. Hanstedt: What I Want

    Dr. Hanstedt: What I Want

    Student: “Just tell me what you want.” After 25 years as a professor, Dr. Paul Hanstedt finally comes clean on what he (and other professors) want from their students.



  • We The Kings to perform live at Roanoke College Saturday

    We The Kings to perform live at Roanoke College Saturday

    We The Kings, a rock and power pop band, has made an impact in the music scene since the band's start in 2007. Watch a special video message for RC from the band.

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August 2014



  • Roanoke College senior receives prestigious Rotary scholarship for graduate studies abroad

    Roanoke College senior receives prestigious Rotary scholarship for graduate studies abroad

    Jessica Compton, a Literary Studies major, plans to earn her master's degree in Teaching English as a Second Language.



  • RC Poll: Va Consumer Sentiment: Jump in current conditions fuels sentiment, expectations wane

    RC Poll: Va Consumer Sentiment: Jump in current conditions fuels sentiment, expectations wane

    Virginians are more optimistic about the future of the economy than the nation as a whole.



  • Evelyn Clark '15 featured in MSNBC's Women in Politics College Edition

    Evelyn Clark '15 featured in MSNBC's Women in Politics College Edition

    The Women in Politics College Edition spotlights women involved in student government on college campuses nationwide.



  • Princeton Review names Roanoke one of best colleges in the U.S.

    Princeton Review names Roanoke one of best colleges in the U.S.

    Roanoke named one of best colleges in the U.S. by Princeton Review



  • Thomas Rambo named director of Campus Safety at Roanoke College

    Thomas Rambo named director of Campus Safety at Roanoke College

    Rambo most recently worked at Susquehanna University, where he was assistant vice president for Student Life and director of Public Safety.



  • Roanoke professor co-leads seminar at Princeton for second time

    Roanoke professor co-leads seminar at Princeton for second time

    Dr. Gerald McDermott co-led a seminar that examined the relationship between religion and politics in the period of the American Revolution, founding and early republic.



  • Roanoke College economics professor appointed to state advisory board

    Roanoke College economics professor appointed to state advisory board

    Dr. Alice Kassens will serve on the Joint Advisory Board of Economists, which advises the governor and the secretary of finance on Virginia's economy.

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July 2014



  • Roanoke alumnus named to Virginia health board

    Roanoke alumnus named to Virginia health board

    Tommy East, who is president and CEO of American HealthCare in Roanoke, manages the nursing home industry as a member of the state's board of health.



  • Fintel Library main floor to get a new look

    Fintel Library main floor to get a new look

    The main floor will have a completely new layout that will include specific zones for learning as well as expanded seating in the CUPS café area, up-to-date technology and new carpet, paint and lighting.



  • Shelley Olds ranked as top American cyclist in the world

    Shelley Olds ranked as top American cyclist in the world

    RC alumna Shelley Olds '03 placed a fantastic fifth place in the inaugural La Course, the Tour de France's new women's event.



  • RC Poll: Virginians split on Medicaid expansion, but oppose unilateral action; think McDonnell acted wrongly

    RC Poll: Virginians split on Medicaid expansion, but oppose unilateral action; think McDonnell acted wrongly

    More than half of Virginians polled think former Gov. Bob McDonnell did something wrong in his interactions with the CEO of Star Scientific. McDonnell’s trial begins next week. Also, Virginians are divided on Medicaid expansion.



  • RC Poll: Warner lead Gillespie in Senate race; Clinton keeps edge over possible 2016 Republican rivals; Obama approval down

    RC Poll: Warner lead Gillespie in Senate race; Clinton keeps edge over possible 2016 Republican rivals; Obama approval down

    Mark Warner holds 25 point lead over Ed Gillespie. In possible presidential matchups, Hillary Clinton leads three main Republican candidates. President Obama's approval rating down but Congress is lower.



  • Roanoke and Hollins accepting nominations for the 2014 Perry F. Kendig Awards

    Roanoke and Hollins accepting nominations for the 2014 Perry F. Kendig Awards

    For the second year, the Roanoke Valley colleges have teamed up to co-sponsor the Kendig awards, recognizing individuals, businesses and organizations in the arts.



  • Roanoke College Ready for Visitors -- Virginia Private College Week

    Roanoke College Ready for Visitors -- Virginia Private College Week

    As part of Virginia Private College Week, students will receive application fee waivers if they visit at least three participating institutions.



  • National Lutheran bishop visits campus for state conference

    National Lutheran bishop visits campus for state conference

    This year's Power in the Spirit conference includes keynote speakers Bishop Elizabeth Eaton and the Rev. Rolf Jacobson, music and small group workshops.



  • Mary Crockett Hill '91 authors first novel, "Dream Boy"

    Mary Crockett Hill '91 authors first novel, "Dream Boy"

    The book, co-written with Madelyn Rosenberg, is a young adult novel, billed as a "paranormal romance."



  • U.S. District Court Judge James C. Turk '49 dies at age 91

    U.S. District Court Judge James C. Turk '49 dies at age 91

    The Roanoke College pre-law program is named for Turk and his brother Maynard '49.

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June 2014



  • Nationally-known advocate for immigrant rights receives friend of education award

    Nationally-known advocate for immigrant rights receives friend of education award

    Isabel Castillo of Harrisonburg has gone to great lengths to advocate for opportunities for undocumented young adults to earn an education and make a living in the United States.



  • Virginia Real Estate Index: Optimism grows for buyers and sellers

    Virginia Real Estate Index: Optimism grows for buyers and sellers

    The RC Poll shows overall sentiments about the real estate market. About 30 percent of respondents are more optimistic than pessimistic about the market today.



  • Two Roanoke College students receive scholarships to study abroad

    Two Roanoke College students receive scholarships to study abroad

    Sumi Yi '16 is studying in South Korea and Jessica Fuller '16 will travel to Argentina through the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship program.



  • Roanoke College names Aaron Fetrow new vice president of student affairs

    Roanoke College names Aaron Fetrow new vice president of student affairs

    Fetrow most recently was vice president of student affairs and dean of students at Guilford College in North Carolina.



  • Roanoke College remembers longtime English professor, Bob Walter

    Roanoke College remembers longtime English professor, Bob Walter

    A memorial service was held June 14 at Roanoke College's Antrim Chapel.



  • Better Together Awards: Roanoke College & Tyler Coles recognized by IFYC

    Better Together Awards: Roanoke College & Tyler Coles recognized by IFYC

    Interfaith YouthCore’s 2014 Better Together Day award goes to Roanoke! Tyler Coles '14 wins first Mike Hammer Interfaith Leadership Award.



  • Roanoke professor, students uncover College's black history

    Roanoke professor, students uncover College's black history

    Dr. Kelley Deetz figured that kitchen trash stashed underground would lead to information about slavery's history at Roanoke.



  • Professor's book about unique naval warfare vessels now for sale

    Professor's book about unique naval warfare vessels now for sale

    In "Beachhead Normandy," Dr. Tom Carter writes about the impact of landing craft tanks during World War II.

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May 2014



  • PRESIDENT'S PEN

    PRESIDENT'S PEN

    "Roanoke is more than a utilitarian place. It is a place of values and virtues that serve society, exemplified in the graduates we produce."



  • PROFILES OF SERVICE

    PROFILES OF SERVICE

    "I received the call to aspire to the highest standards possible loud and clear during my college years. I'm glad I answered the call." - John Hummel '91



  • PROFILES OF SERVICE

    PROFILES OF SERVICE

    "My life experiences allowed me to show people, through my leadership, that hope is real, second chances do happen and one can overcome obstacles through perseverance, faith and love."



  • Alex Tuck ’05 fights poverty, founds People Helping People Global

    Alex Tuck ’05 fights poverty, founds People Helping People Global

    Working with families who live on less than two U.S. dollars per day, Tuck’s non-profit focuses on micro-lending in Central America.



  • PROFILES OF SERVICE

    PROFILES OF SERVICE

    "After years of advocating for groups of people who do not always have a voice in public policy, I switched from being an entrepreneur to working with individuals."



  • Scott Segerstrom ’02 sparks young leaders through conservation program

    Scott Segerstrom ’02 sparks young leaders through conservation program

    Segerstrom works with legislators and land management agencies to put young people to work on public lands.



  • PROFILES OF SERVICE

    PROFILES OF SERVICE

    Almost three years after accepting the position as head coach of the Israeli National Lacrosse Team, "I have been able to change hundreds of lives, including my own."



  • Claire Catlett ’08 protects New Mexico’s last free-flowing river

    Claire Catlett ’08 protects New Mexico’s last free-flowing river

    Roanoke College inspired her to take an active role in her community; now, she’s fighting for the health of the Gila River.



  • PROFILES OF SERVICE

    PROFILES OF SERVICE

    "As I work with refugees, people at our church food pantry and those on my Meals on Wheels route, I see so many elderly and disabled folks who for many different reasons are barely getting by with little or no hope of a comfortable future. If I can make their lives a little brighter, I hope I have helped the community and I have a sense of fulfillment."



  • PROFILES OF SERVICE

    PROFILES OF SERVICE

    "The College's devotion to service and providing opportunities to students to become active citizens within their community was a significant building block in my journey toward making community-based nonprofits my long-term career path."



  • PROFILES OF SERVICE

    PROFILES OF SERVICE

    "I am excited about the opportunity we have to make a difference in the lives of individuals, in the capacity of institutions and in the economic empowerment of communities."



  • Student Nick Varrell ’15 builds much needed church for Nicaraguan community

    Student Nick Varrell ’15 builds much needed church for Nicaraguan community

    Helping others has been a constant goal for Varrell, and his experiences at Roanoke College have only solidified his desire to serve.



  • Service enriches RC athletic experience

    Service enriches RC athletic experience

    Student athletes give back in a variety of service projects.



  • Roanoke College has a proud tradition of service to others

    Roanoke College has a proud tradition of service to others

    Roanoke College has a proud tradition of service to others.



  • RC Poll: May Va. Consumer Sentiment & Inflation Expectations Report

    RC Poll: May Va. Consumer Sentiment & Inflation Expectations Report

    Tidewater is optimistic with steady sentiment across the state. A brutal winter has turned to spring, bringing renewed economic vigor.



  • Longtime residence hall home to thousands of Roanoke students

    Longtime residence hall home to thousands of Roanoke students

    Bowman Hall, set for demolition in June, was built on land given to the College by Alpheus Bowman Jr., a 1906 graduate and a longtime member of Roanoke's Board of Trustees.



  • Watch Roanoke track athletes race live at NCAA championships

    Watch Roanoke track athletes race live at NCAA championships

    Alease Kinney competes in the 400-meter run, while Brynn MacDougall, Alexis Janney, Jessica Mejia and Kinney make up the 4x400 relay team.



  • Hollywood television, movie producer and alumnus shares advice with Roanoke students

    Hollywood television, movie producer and alumnus shares advice with Roanoke students

    "You have to have a dream and kind of go for it at times," said Joe Boucher '87, producer for "The Simpsons" and "King of the Hill" television series, to Roanoke students during Alumni Weekend 2014.



  • Roanoke College Elderscholar program celebrates 30 years

    Roanoke College Elderscholar program celebrates 30 years

    Each fall and spring, Elderscholar participants come to campus to hear weekly lectures given by members of Roanoke's faculty.



  • Oxford University Press publishes fifth book by Roanoke professor

    Oxford University Press publishes fifth book by Roanoke professor

    The book, co-authored by Dr. Gerald McDermott, evaluates Christians' treatment and debates about other religions and proposes a direction for the future.



  • Women's equality message resonates at Roanoke Commencement

    Women's equality message resonates at Roanoke Commencement

    Co-valedictorian, Jennifer Blaney, and Commencement speaker, Warner Dalhouse '56, expressed concerns about an unequal pay scale nationally for women, compared with their male counterparts.



  • Dalhouse, Phaup receive honorary degrees at Roanoke College

    Dalhouse, Phaup receive honorary degrees at Roanoke College

    Warner Dalhouse '56 of Roanoke, and Dr. Marvin M. Phaup '62 of Washington, D.C., received honorary degrees during Roanoke's Commencement on May 3.



  • May courses to give Roanoke students global perspective, knowledge

    May courses to give Roanoke students global perspective, knowledge

    Roanoke students traveled to 12 countries for the College's May Term.



  • Cregger Center construction underway, Bowman Hall closed

    Cregger Center construction underway, Bowman Hall closed

    Bowman Hall will be demolished in June. Other construction includes underground utility work, grading for new parking and changes at Kerr Stadium.



  • Roanoke's newest alumni - the Class of 2014

    Roanoke's newest alumni - the Class of 2014

    It was a beautiful day for more than 450 Roanoke graduates to receive diplomas during Roanoke's commencement ceremony on the Turbyfill Quadrangle.

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April 2014



  • Video: Profiles in Service

    Video: Profiles in Service

    The new issue of Roanoke magazine features 10 Roanoke College alumni who are living testaments to what is central to the College's mission and purpose: service within the human community.



  • Earth Day 2014: Roanoke named to The Princeton Review's Guide to 332 Green Colleges

    Earth Day 2014: Roanoke named to The Princeton Review's Guide to 332 Green Colleges

    RC is one of the 332 most environmentally responsible colleges in the US and Canada, according to The Princeton Review.



  • Roanoke students win Fulbright awards for teaching, study in London and Peru

    Roanoke students win Fulbright awards for teaching, study in London and Peru

    Kaitlyn Bell ’14, has been accepted into the Fulbright’s English Teaching Assistant Program in Peru, while Erin Keating ’17 will study at Shakespeare’s Globe in London this summer.



  • Maroons share the Love

    Maroons share the Love

    See all the entries, more than 100 photos, in the #ILoveRoanoke photo contest. Sarah Merrill ’04 won the contest. With so many good choices, a second Maroons’ Choice prize was awarded.



  • I Love Roanoke Photo Contest

    I Love Roanoke Photo Contest

    Get your camera phones ready for our photo contest during Alumni Weekend and you could win an iPad mini!



  • Robert E. and Mary J. Wortmann Residential Complex dedicated

    Robert E. and Mary J. Wortmann Residential Complex dedicated

    The complex of three halls – Blue Ridge, Shenandoah and Mt. Tabor – is named in honor of a couple devoted to Roanoke College.



  • Kenneth Garren, Lucy Weiss receive Roanoke College Medal

    Kenneth Garren, Lucy Weiss receive Roanoke College Medal

    The Roanoke College Medal, presented to recipients on Friday, April 11, recognizes alumni who have demonstrated leadership, intellectual integrity and a dedication to serving their communities.



  • Warner Dalhouse to speak at Roanoke College Commencement

    Warner Dalhouse to speak at Roanoke College Commencement

    Warner Dalhouse '56 is the retired chairman and CEO of First Union National Bank. Roanoke's Commencement is May 3 at 10 a.m.

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March 2014



  • The Management Institute: Shaping executives for 25 years

    The Management Institute: Shaping executives for 25 years

    The Management Institute is a series of 12 executive management classes. TMI has graduated 460 executives in its quarter century.



  • Spring Break 2014: Hard work, some play, for Roanoke students

    Spring Break 2014: Hard work, some play, for Roanoke students

    Students built houses, taught lacrosse to children and competed in tournaments and track meets during spring break week.



  • Sean Burch '92 and Team Endurance win Ultimate Survival Alaska (with video)

    Sean Burch '92 and Team Endurance win Ultimate Survival Alaska (with video)

    “Face your fears, for that is when you really learn what you’re made of inside.”



  • Roanoke College professor, student advocate for physical education funding on Capitol Hill

    Roanoke College professor, student advocate for physical education funding on Capitol Hill

    Dr. Michael Maina and Jake Brabham'15 traveled to Washington, D.C., March 11-12 for the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance's annual SPEAK Out Day.



  • Roanoke professor's book gives up-close view of old Egyptian economy

    Roanoke professor's book gives up-close view of old Egyptian economy

    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.



  • RC Poll: Virginians support same-sex marriage, Warner leads Gillespie in possible Senate race

    RC Poll: Virginians support same-sex marriage, Warner leads Gillespie in possible Senate race

    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.



  • Roanoke/Rutgers-Eagleton/Siena College Study: Simultaneous Polls – Va, NJ, NY

    Roanoke/Rutgers-Eagleton/Siena College Study: Simultaneous Polls – Va, NJ, NY

    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



  • RC closed Mon, March 3

    RC closed Mon, March 3

    Because of the incoming winter storm, Roanoke College will be closed on Monday, March 3.

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February 2014



  • Zdziarski accepts position as Vice President of Student Affairs at DePaul University in Chicago

    Zdziarski accepts position as Vice President of Student Affairs at DePaul University in Chicago

    “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.



  • Mac Johnson – a mentor to Roanoke students for decades

    Mac Johnson – a mentor to Roanoke students for decades

    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.



  • Roanoke student studies international relations in Denmark, joins ambassador program

    Roanoke student studies international relations in Denmark, joins ambassador program

    Hannah Godsey'15 joined the Youth Goodwill Ambassador program while studying in Denmark.



  • Student sees global business at work through study, internship in Italy

    Student sees global business at work through study, internship in Italy

    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.



  • RC Poll: Va Real Estate Index. Sellers Optimistic but Market faces Challenges

    RC Poll: Va Real Estate Index. Sellers Optimistic but Market faces Challenges

    Virginia Real Estate Index: Sentiments on the real estate market have improved since November. Sellers are optimistic in No.Va. and Central Va.



  • RC Poll: Va Consumer Sentiment & Inflation Expectations

    RC Poll: Va Consumer Sentiment & Inflation Expectations

    Virginians view of the economy seems to be on an upward trend but the Shenandoah Valley region remains stagnant.



  • Roanoke math, computer science and physics students win awards at national conference

    Roanoke math, computer science and physics students win awards at national conference

    Thomas Lux '15, Randall Pittman '16, Maya Shende '14, John Guidry '14 and Natalie Wilkinson '16 presented research at the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges.



  • Admissions open for the weekend; Pack the House for Basketball

    Admissions open for the weekend; Pack the House for Basketball

    Elderscholar registration moves to Monday. Admissions Scholars Competition is on schedule for Monday.



  • Laying the Groundwork for a Virginia Delegate

    Laying the Groundwork for a Virginia Delegate

    Sam Rasoul was not into politics during his four years at Roanoke College, but the seeds of his service were planted then.



  • Roanoke gears up for annual Darwin Days

    Roanoke gears up for annual Darwin Days

    The plight of bees is the theme of this annual series of events that celebrates the life and accomplishments of evolutionary biologist Charles Darwin. The College's weeklong celebration begins Feb. 11.



  • Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr., to speak at Roanoke College

    Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King Jr., to speak at Roanoke College

    King, a notable civil rights activist, will speak Feb. 10 about the civil rights movement and the right to life for all members of society, including the unborn.

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January 2014



  • USDA internship provides hands-on experience for Maroon in D.C.

    USDA internship provides hands-on experience for Maroon in D.C.

    Haley Toresdahl’s semester in Washington gave her amazing experiences – and cemented her career aspirations. “I never thought I would be working that close on healthcare.”



  • Merrill interns at U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

    Merrill interns at U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

    Senior history major Tyler Merrill gains valuable experience in Washington.



  • Semester on Capitol Hill opens student’s eyes to life in Washington

    Semester on Capitol Hill opens student’s eyes to life in Washington

    Elli Fields says her first-hand experience working in Washington has her pondering a future in government work.



  • History and digital media meet for Anna Lewis at National Archives

    History and digital media meet for Anna Lewis at National Archives

    The junior history major got hands-on experience and incredible history lessons during her semester in Washington, D.C.



  • Roanoke's longtime campus safety director retires

    Roanoke's longtime campus safety director retires

    Tom Turner has retired after 31 years at Roanoke, where he shaped the College's safety procedures and was a statewide leader in collegiate law enforcement.



  • Roanoke student co-authors medieval fantasy novel

    Roanoke student co-authors medieval fantasy novel

    Inspired by the HBO series "Game of Thrones," Ian LeViness used his creativity to compose the page-turning novel, "Twilight of an Empire."



  • RC Poll: Virginians' views on ethics, mental health reforms, Medicaid expansion plus Warner vs. Gillespie for US Senate

    RC Poll: Virginians' views on ethics, mental health reforms, Medicaid expansion plus Warner vs. Gillespie for US Senate

    Virginians strongly support mental health and ethics reforms, but are divided on Medicaid expansion. Warner leads Gillespie in possible Senate race.



  • Kaitlyn Bell - “Beyond my horizons”

    Kaitlyn Bell - “Beyond my horizons”

    Bell credits her success at Roanoke to strong relationships with professors: “They've pushed me to go beyond my horizons... and realize that I can do things that I didn't necessarily think that I could.”



  • Joe Gutowski presents at VAHPERD Convention

    Joe Gutowski presents at VAHPERD Convention

    Joe Gutowski recently had the opportunity this past November to present his research project at the VAHPERD convention.



  • Three Roanoke College employees honored for outstanding service

    Three Roanoke College employees honored for outstanding service

    Peggy Akers, Bobby Minnix and Tom Turner received the 2013 STAR Award.



  • June educators' conference accepting applications

    June educators' conference accepting applications

    The Margaret Sue Copenhaver Institute for Teaching and Learning is set for June 23-25.

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