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Antrim Chapel Organ restored and dedicated in honor of Dr. Donald Moe

Dr. Moe, associate professor of music from 1968-1996, was the first person to play the Casavant pipe organ when it was originally installed in 1970 during the dedication of the newly constructed Antrim Chapel.

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What is Founder's Day? The 26th annual celebration kicks off on Tuesday, November 13th

Since 1993, the history department has annually celebrated the first president of Roanoke College, David F. Bittle, with a Founder’s Day celebration on or around his birthday on November 19th.

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Two Seniors Receive Delta Mu Delta Scholarships in Business Administration

Madison Kantor '19 and Gabriel Umland '19 received the award from Delta Mu Delta, an international honor society for students with concentrations in business administration.

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Roanoke Rising Campaign concludes as largest in Roanoke College’s history

On Oct. 26, Roanoke College announced the record breaking conclusion of its Roanoke Rising Campaign. The campaign, publicly launched in April 2013 with a goal of $200 million, concluded having raised a total of $204,047,431.

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Students gain valuable experience in Washington Semester internships

This year marks Roanoke College's 32nd year of providing life-changing experiences in the nation's capital through the Lutheran College Washington Semester program. Thirteen students are participating in the program this fall.

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Dr. Ackley is Turning Data to Action

Roanoke College is the anchor institution for the project, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 

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What’s on the menu? Check out Food Tracker!

IT Department creates way to let you know when your favorite food is on the Commons menu.

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Roanoke lacrosse alumni gather in Darien, CT

Those gathered represented six decades of Roanoke College lacrosse and included four All-American and Roanoke College Athletic Hall of Fame players.

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Updated: Roanoke will be open Tuesday 9/18

Updated: Flood warnings from Tropical Storm Florence expire 5:30 pm Monday. Roanoke will be open Tuesday. Parking lots reopen Monday evening.  

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In Case You Missed It: Roanoke College in the News

Lots of media coverage for Roanoke College and Roanoke faculty over the summer. Check out some of the stories you may have missed while you were away. 

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Roanoke College Events

NATIVE AMERICAN & Alaska Native HERITAGE MONTH: Film viewing of "Defending the Fire" and discussion with producer, Pamela Pierce '72

Audience members will view, Defending the Fire, a documentary film that allows the viewer to follow the journey of the Native American Warrior as they continue to survive and answers the age-old question, "Why Fight?"

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Date | Time: Monday, November 19, 2018 | 7:00 PM
Location: Roanoke College Colket Center Wortmann Ballroom

Art Exhibition: Leigh Ann Beavers + Sam Van Aken

This event is free and open to the public.
Olin Gallery - Leigh Ann Beavers
Smoyer Gallery - Sam Van Aken

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Date | Time: October 26 - December 2, 2018 | 1:00 PM
Location: Olin and Smoyer Galleries

RC Light Midweek Worship

A weekly gathering for Christian Worship that includes preaching and communion hosted by the Chaplain's Office. All are welcome to come and see. Students, Faculty and Staff and their families are welcome to join us each week of the semester. Fellowship time begins at 9:00 p.m., worship at 9:15 p.m.

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Date | Time: Wednesday, November 21, 2018 | 7:30 PM
Location: Antrim Chapel

RC Acappella Choir and Oriana Singers: Lessons and Carols XXXIV

For the 34th year, the RC Acappella Choir and Oriana Singers will present this unofficial opening to the Christmas season in the Roanoke Valley.

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Date | Time: Sunday, November 25, 2018 | 4:00 PM
Location: St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church, 631 N Jefferson Street, Roanoke