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Nov 2019

ICYMI: Roanoke in the News - Fall 2019

In case you missed it, check out this round up of news media coverage from Roanoke College this fall. 

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Roanoke College wins two Summit Awards

Roanoke College was recognized with a Gold Summit for the Roanoke College Magazine and the Lin Chaff Award for Creativity for a magazine feature story.

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Photos from President's Ball

Photos are in from President's Ball. What a great time! 

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What's new in the Cavern?

Sushi and burritos, plus freshly painted walls and new furniture give added appeal to the beloved campus eatery.

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Oct 2019

Annual break trip to Columbia, SC supports Habitat

The Chaplain’s office has a long tradition of spending college breaks with the Habitat for Humanity chapter in Columbia, S.C.

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Kassens finishes third at USA Track & Field 15 km National Championships in Tulsa

Roanoke College economics professor Dr. Alice Kassens is an accomplished runner with a number of wins under her belt.

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L.L.Bean Bootmobile rolling onto campus in November

The almost 12 foot tall L.L. Bean Bootmobile is visiting Roanoke College this fall. Fun fact -- if the Bootmobile was a real Bean Boot, it would be a size 708.

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Jul 2019

Two Roanoke College grads are Harvard Bound

Bekah Carey and Matthew Johnson have both been accepted into prestigious professional programs at Harvard.

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Apr 2019

Theatre Roanoke College's [title of show] cast surprised by unexpected guest at last performance

The Theatre Roanoke College cast of the spring musical, [title of show], was surprised by a special guest on their closing night this past Saturday, April 13.

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Freshmen hike 37 miles in 17 hours for Earthbound fundraiser

Over the weekend, freshmen Ian Densley, Connor Kinkema and Cole Hensen took on the legendary Triple Crown hike, a 37-mile loop in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

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Mar 2019

Schultz to publish War Memoranda with Taubman Museum of Art

Dr. Robert Schultz and artist Binh Danh are issuing a book honoring Walt Whitman for the 200th anniversary celebration of the poet’s birth.

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The Roanoke College connection to Fred Rogers's Neighborhood

Dr. Brooks Crozier remembers his uncle, Fred Rogers. 

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Jan 2019

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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