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What to expect for Fall 2020

We will share the detailed action plan with you by mid-July, but wanted to give you an idea of what to expect in the meantime.

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News roundup: May and June 2020

A new center for studying racial history made headlines around the country, and multiple professors published insightful opinion pieces.

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Reflecting on Pride Month

A message from Wes Brusseau, LGBTQ coordinator, about the importance of the month of June and LGBTQ+ rights. 

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Sophomore earns Fulbright honor to study in Wales

Gracie Goodpasture’s interest in sustainability and farm-to-table education allowed her to be selected for this prestigious program.

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Ongoing Action to Focus on Diversity and Inclusion

A message to campus from President Michael Maxey and the Diversity and Inclusion Steering Committee (DISC). 

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Franz named a Key into Public Service Scholar by PBK

Bennet Franz is one of 20 students nationwide selected by Phi Beta Kappa for this inaugural group of Key into Public Service Scholars.

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Student Health and Counseling Services, along with Residence life, are challenging Roanoke College students, faculty and staff to actively engage in caring for their mental health as part of Mental Health America’s campaign.

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Virtual Student Activities

Student Activities, SGA and Campus Activities Board are working hard to create remote activities and services that will keep us connected and together as a community. 

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Salem streetscaping project begins on College Avenue

Work is first phase of the city’s Downtown Plan.

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Mac and Bob’s to be featured on “Today” show Sunday

“Sunday Today” will air a segment about how community support has helped the cherished Salem restaurant, founded and owned by Roanoke College alumni, conquer challenges in the past year.

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