RC is one of the 332 most environmentally responsible colleges in the US and Canada, according to The Princeton Review.
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.
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.
Get your camera phones ready for our photo contest during Alumni Weekend and you could win an iPad mini!
The complex of three halls – Blue Ridge, Shenandoah and Mt. Tabor – is named in honor of a couple devoted to Roanoke College.
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 '56 is the retired chairman and CEO of First Union National Bank. Roanoke's Commencement is May 3 at 10 a.m.
The Management Institute is a series of 12 executive management classes. TMI has graduated 460 executives in its quarter century.
Students built houses, taught lacrosse to children and competed in tournaments and track meets during spring break week.
“Face your fears, for that is when you really learn what you’re made of inside.”
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.
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.
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.
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
Because of the incoming winter storm, Roanoke College will be closed on Monday, March 3.
“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.
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.
Hannah Godsey'15 joined the Youth Goodwill Ambassador program while studying in Denmark.
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.
Virginia Real Estate Index: Sentiments on the real estate market have improved since November. Sellers are optimistic in No.Va. and Central Va.
Virginians view of the economy seems to be on an upward trend but the Shenandoah Valley region remains stagnant.
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.
Elderscholar registration moves to Monday. Admissions Scholars Competition is on schedule for Monday.
Sam Rasoul was not into politics during his four years at Roanoke College, but the seeds of his service were planted then.
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.
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.
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.”
Senior history major Tyler Merrill gains valuable experience in Washington.
Elli Fields says her first-hand experience working in Washington has her pondering a future in government work.
The junior history major got hands-on experience and incredible history lessons during her semester in Washington, D.C.
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.
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
Virginians strongly support mental health and ethics reforms, but are divided on Medicaid expansion. Warner leads Gillespie in possible Senate race.
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 recently had the opportunity this past November to present his research project at the VAHPERD convention.
Peggy Akers, Bobby Minnix and Tom Turner received the 2013 STAR Award.
The Margaret Sue Copenhaver Institute for Teaching and Learning is set for June 23-25.