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December 2013



  • Kaitlyn Bell '14 writes, illustrates bilingual children's book

    Kaitlyn Bell '14 writes, illustrates bilingual children's book

    Bell's book, "Maggie La Maleta," tells the story of Maggie, a Spanish-speaking red suitcase that travels around the world.

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November 2013



  • In defense of the Liberal Arts

    In defense of the Liberal Arts

    Dr. Paul Hanstedt, English professor at Roanoke College, examines the merits of a liberal arts education.

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September 2013



  • Roanoke professor, students team up with artist to produce unique Civil War photo book

    Roanoke professor, students team up with artist to produce unique Civil War photo book

    Nine Roanoke students posed for pictures in "War Memoranda," a Civil War photo book produced by artist Binh Danh and Dr. Robert Schultz, a Roanoke English professor.

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July 2013



  • Lauren Harrison ’07, is one of youngest reporters at Newsday

    Lauren Harrison ’07, is one of youngest reporters at Newsday

    Roanoke College opened Harrison’s eyes to a career as a newspaper reporter.



  • Roanoke sophomore receives scholarship to study in South Korea

    Roanoke sophomore receives scholarship to study in South Korea

    Tessa Sydnor, a Roanoke College sophomore, has received the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship to study in South Korea during the fall semester.



  • Ashley Gilliam ’07 follows college-inspired interests to publishing job

    Ashley Gilliam ’07 follows college-inspired interests to publishing job

    Gilliam discovered her passion for editorial work at Roanoke.

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May 2013



  • Cleaveland '13 receives award for paper presented at Madrush Conference

    Cleaveland '13 receives award for paper presented at Madrush Conference

    Communication studies major Wil Cleaveland was recognized with an award for his paper analyzing TV news coverage of third party candidates.

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