On Monday, Nov. 13, students, faculty and staff gathered, along with many local alumni and friends, in Kerr Stadium to create a giant 175 photo opp. Wearing their Maroon gear, they stood in the prepainted "175" formation on the field. A drone was flown overhead to capture a bird's eye view of the field.
With just days remaining in the campaign, Democrat gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam and Republican Ed Gillespie are tied (47%-47%), while Libertarian Cliff Hyra garners three percent of likely Virginia voters.
The Student-Managed Fund (BUAD 322) has been a course offering at Roanoke College every semester since 2004. The class challenges Roanoke students to use their skills, innovation, and teamwork to responsibly grow a real investment portfolio. The initial $500,000 investment has more than doubled and is now worth more than $1,000,000.
Roanoke College Choir performs for the national Reformation 500 worship service at Washington National Cathedral. On campus, a reenactment of the events in Wittenberg 500 years ago is organized by faculty and students.
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Roanoke College Events
Groups and individuals are invited to participate in Paper Blooms ProjectSM by creating single or multiple pieces for this exhibition that will be on view at Roanoke College's Olin Hall Gallery, January to March, 2018.
Date | Time:
Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Location: Smoyer Gallery, Roanoke College
For the 33rd year, the Roanoke College Choir and Oriana Singers present the unofficial opening of the Christmas season in Roanoke. The choirs sing carols and new compositions and lead the congregation in singing favorite Advent and Christmas carols.
Date | Time:
Sunday, November 26, 2017
Location: St. Andrews Catholic Church, Roanoke College