While at Roanoke College, Cooper Tyree was able to complete an independent study that led him to his career path.
Emily Crane had the opportunity to study abroad with the Roanoke-Saint-Lô Sister Cities exchange program. Find out what she learned.
The annual Dean's Exemplary Awards are presented to Adam Childers for teaching and Chris Lassiter for service.
Formerly known as Allegheny Hall, the residence hall overlooking Roanoke's Maroon Athletic Quad will be renamed as Beamer Hall later this year. This will mark the first building on Roanoke's campus to be named for a woman.
Liam Lambert, a double major in physics and math, is Roanoke's fourth Goldwater.
William Lambert, a double major in physics in math, has been working with Dr. Saoub to improve the efficiency of 3D printing.
Robyn Mitchell has had a lifelong passion for technology that she has been able to explore at Roanoke College.
The third annual Basically Tarantino Film Festival and awards presentation is happening at the Grandin Theatre on Tuesday, April 17th.
Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine is currently conducting its annual Top Adventure College bracket challenge. Roanoke made it to the second round and is now matched against Sweet Briar.
Samuel McKnight, a sophomore, has been awarded a Critical Language Scholarship to study Russian language this summer in Vladimir, Russia. He is the first Roanoke College student to receive this competitive award.
Roanoke concludes search with appointment of David Mowen, who is currently the executive vice president of finance and administration at Mary Baldwin University. He joins Roanoke in August.
This year's Alumni Weekend brings the usual fare as well as some new additions, including an alumni/student networking event, social media ambassador reception, family karaoke night, a rite of remembrance and the first annual Noke Hour.
During his time at Roanoke College, Benjamin Cowgill '17 completed research on youth persistence in the Anglican Church.
The Virginia Real Estate Indexes are mixed. The index for current real estate conditions rebounded from a six-month drop and finished close to its historical record from May 2017, while the index for the future real estate conditions remained strong, but fell from last quarter.
Clapper's appearance is part of the Henry H. Fowler Program and the Delta Gamma Ethics in Leadership Program. General Clapper will speak on ethics and the current and future importance of intelligence gathering, continuing this year's academic theme, The Next America.
For the second time since 2012, Roanoke College is a recipient of the ASIANetwork's fellowship award. The College is one of eight recipients of the Student-Faculty Fellows 2018 award.
Members of the Society of Physics Students have been working with local elementary school students through an after-school STEM program and learning the value of community outreach.
Consumer sentiment in February was close to historic record high despite stock market turmoil and legislation such as the tax reform bill and the budget deal.
Participation in peaceful and legal protests will not negatively impact admissions decisions for students applying to Roanoke College.
Business administration students can now pursue seamless transfer between Virginia Western Community College and Roanoke College.
Joseph McGill travels to storied institutions around the country to shed light on forgotten people and their stories. At Roanoke College, he's helping students and faculty properly memorialize the Monterey slave quarters. .
Roanoke is one of the nation's top producers of Fulbright U.S. students. Roanoke-which has produced at least one Fulbright student in each of the past five years, with a record six students for the 2017-18 academic year. Roanoke is the only Virginia college included on the Fulbright students list for bachelor's degree institutions.
For the second year, six Roanoke College students are finalists for the Fulbright scholarship.
Dr. Roland Minton's love for sports helps to engage students in mathematics, a subject where it is usually difficult to visualize the material.
Dr. Jim Buriak and Dr. John Creasy have been conducting research on how the amount of sleep a college athlete gets relates to anxiety and depression.
WRKE is hoping to add more shows to this semester's lineup by holding an interest meeting on Sunday, January 28.
Sandy Hadaway '74 has been inducted into the National Hall of Fame for Athletic Directors. She already holds a spot in Roanoke's Athletic Hall of Fame.
Recipients include two alumni, one staff member and one parent.
Do you want to study abroad, but are concerned about costs and credit transfers? A new study abroad program that takes students to Leipzig, Germany might just be the perfect option.
Alixandra Hunter '19, one of 41 students who participated in the Lutheran College Washington Semester program last fall, has received the Christopher C. Joyner Memorial Award for Academic Excellence.
From The Roanoke Times: Dr. Gregory Rosenthal's public history class spent the fall semester digitally preserving civil rights era newspaper clippings collected by Hill Street Baptist Church.
Austin Bane was able to spend his summer working on research with Dr. Matthew Fleenor in the field of computational astrophysics through the Summer Scholars program.