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Feb 2019

Six students are Fulbright semi-finalists

This year six seniors are semi-finalists for the prestigious and highly competitive Fulbright student scholarships that facilitate study, research, and English teaching assistantships (ETA) around the globe.

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Student's internship leads to TV feature

During a summer internship with the Global Owl Project, Julia Mello ’19 was featured in an episode of “Oregon Field Guide” about the organization’s work with the owls and their research.

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Roanoke College to host statewide Ethics Bowl

Roanoke hosts the 20th annual statewide collegiate Ethics Bowl on Sunday and Monday, February 10-11. Sponsored by the VFIC and Wells Fargo, the theme of the event is “Ethics and Social Justice.”

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2019 Juried Biennial Exhibition Winners

The exhibition features works of art from artists within a 200 mile radius of Roanoke College.

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Jan 2019

Enter this year's Pitch competition with your ideas!

The Pitch provides aspiring entrepreneurs the chance to develop a business plan and present it to a panel of judges comprised of local business owners and city employees.

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New books by Roanoke College faculty

Books include a young adult novel and a biography of a Civil War general.

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Roanoke College hosts inaugural International Film Festival

The inaugural Roanoke College International Film Festival will kick off next month, aiming to bring together the campus and Roanoke communities through culture and film. 

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In Case You Missed This News

Forbes goes to Dr. Warden to analyze the latest archeological finding in Egypt. Roanoke was named a Hidden Gem of the Southeast. Dr. Benne publishes an op-ed and Toy Like Me makes Christmas even more special.

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Pearson receives Gilman award to study in Australia

Vanessa Pearson ’21, the 11th Roanoke College student selected as a Gilman Scholar, will spend the Spring 2019 semester in Australia at James Cook University taking psychology, education and Australian history classes.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2019 Commemoration Events

Join us January 19-26, 2019 as we celebrate the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin King Jr. with a series of events on and off campus.

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Kuchar serves on national committee for Fulbright

Dr. Martha Kuchar recently served on a Fulbright national committee to screen student applications for Fulbright’s ETA program.

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Rasoul at Va. General Assembly as it marks 400 years

The Roanoke graduate is a member of the oldest legislative body in North America.

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Ocampo receives top Washington Semester award

Gaston Ocampo wins LCWS Spirit Award for his intense interest in program activities and positive influence on his peers.

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Building an empire

From Roanoke College magazine: With a great love - and knack - for the business of preparing, serving and selling food, Roanoke College alumni have found success in restaurant ownership. The business is not for the faint of heart, says one of those alumni, Roger Neel '85, the owner and co-owner of six eating establishments.

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History-maker

From Roanoke College magazine: An interview with Maxine Fitzgerald '69, the first African-American to enroll at Roanoke College as a full-time student.

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A swimming success

From Roanoke College magazine: After exceeding all expectations in their first season, Maroons swimmers continue to excel in season two.

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