Nominations open for annual Office of Multicultural Affairs awards

Deadline for award nominations is Oct. 15. New this year: The Bonilla Legacy Essay Contest

Gallery assistant director’s debut exhibition closing soon

Lacey Leonard, assistant director of galleries at Olin Hall Galleries, is wrapping up her first-ever solo art exhibition this week. “Island of Self” is on display at the Alexander/Heath Contemporary gallery in Roanoke.

Paying it forward

Alumni honor Dr. Larry Lynch, retired Roanoke College professor of business administration, with an endowed scholarship.

Roundup of physical campus changes

Counseling Services has a new location, and downtown streets have gotten a facelift.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Student Health and Counseling Services, along with Residence life, are challenging Roanoke College students, faculty and staff to actively engage in caring for their mental health as part of Mental Health America’s campaign.

Virtual Student Activities

Student Activities, SGA and Campus Activities Board are working hard to create remote activities and services that will keep us connected and together as a community. 

Salem streetscaping project begins on College Avenue

Work is first phase of the city’s Downtown Plan.

Mac and Bob’s to be featured on “Today” show Sunday

“Sunday Today” will air a segment about how community support has helped the cherished Salem restaurant, founded and owned by Roanoke College alumni, conquer challenges in the past year.

Campus Safety Office supports Ronald McDonald House

Campus Safety officers collected $1,200 for the Ronald McDonald House – all for the rare (for police) privilege of sporting facial hair.

Blog: How to tie a bow tie

President Mike Maxey is known for being a friendly face – one that is almost always framed with a bow tie!