Recently, The Simpsons celebrated the 30th anniversary since the show first aired. Roanoke’s own Joe Boucher ’87 was with The Simpsons then and even before that.
Story2 collaborated with 24 graduating seniors to help them launch high-value careers and lives with purpose and meaning.
The Chaplain’s office has a long tradition of spending college breaks with the Habitat for Humanity chapter in Columbia, S.C.
Roanoke College economics professor Dr. Alice Kassens is an accomplished runner with a number of wins under her belt.
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.
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.
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.
Dr. Robert Schultz and artist Binh Danh are issuing a book honoring Walt Whitman for the 200th anniversary celebration of the poet’s birth.
Dr. Brooks Crozier remembers his uncle, Fred Rogers.