In Scotland, Emily Cranwell, an English major, studied Scottish literature from July 23 to Aug. 4 at the University of Edinburgh. Her program was intense, covering 12 works in nine days.
Roanoke College graduate and professional actor returns to campus to teach and perform with New York theater company
Cory Lawson '08 is an actor with The New Yorkers, and he launched his own New York theater company, Ready, Set, Go Theatre. The New Yorkers performed Oct. 5 at Olin Theater.
Gretchen Winterer is assistant general curator for the National Museum of the Marine Corps.
Nancy Mulheren ’72 finds tremendous reward in helping shape Roanoke for future students.
Roanoke College enjoys a proud tradition of excellence in science that extends from the latter part of the 19th century to the present.
Collection includes copper in silver, Vesuvian stones and dinosaur bones.
What’s next for the Emmy Award-winning producer?
College Archivist reflects on the 1985 flood.
RC is proud to have tied for seventh place as U.S. News & World Reports' National Liberal Arts Up and Comers list
This Maroon says her summer experience prepared her for life after college. The knowledge she gained in her field of interest has reaffirmed her desire to work with archives.
Rob Harbert’s innovative research project won a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship from The American Society of Plant Biologists.
The Mill Mountain Star was first lit 60 years ago. The Kinsey brothers helped to build the Roanoke landmark that was designed by their father. The Star has 2,000 feet of neon tubing on a 100-foot frame.