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Juneteenth events at and near Roanoke College

Events range from panel discussions to outdoor celebrations.

Faculty celebrate end of semester with multimedia projects

A podcast and a faux movie trailer honored students and their accomplishments.

Former Roanoke softball player leads JMU to College World Series as coach

Loren LaPorte's team is making James Madison University history, becoming the school's first softball team to make it to the Women's College World Series.

Teaching in COVID-19 Times

Dr. Rachel Collins has had to get creative to find bacteria samples on campus.

Virtual visit provides immersive campus experience

The new version of the tour includes more stops and more videos to get to know campus even better.

Two trees removed on campus

Those returning to campus for the spring semester might notice a change in the College's landscape.

Professor's adopted puppy in Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl

Updated: Dr. Chris Lee, math professor, and his wife have welcomed a deaf dog, Marshall, to their crew, and he was one of the big stars on Super Bowl Sunday 

From the desk of the Director of Athletics

Director of Athletics Scott Allison explains why games will be held without fans and how fans can watch online.

Doors and Décor contest provides ‘fun and seasonal’ alternative to in-person party

Given the current COVID-19 restrictions, the annual holiday party will be replaced by a Doors and Décor contest hosted by the Human Resource office on Friday. 

Roanoke College holiday project continues

Faculty and staff contribute gifts to Angel Tree for the students at the West End Center for Youth.