Recent news about Roanoke College alumni David Phipps '88, Michener Chandlee '91, Jonathan Hausner '93, Dr. Nina Barzachka '03 and Shelbi Holloman '17.
President Mike Maxey is known for being a friendly face – one that is almost always framed with a bow tie!
The Maroons will begin competition in Fall 2021 with wrestling as Roanoke’s 22nd NCAA Division III program.
From Roanoke College magazine: In 2018, Joe Shea '09 opened Tiller Baking Co. in Charleston, South Carolina. Tiller Baking is known for its handcrafted hearth loaves made with fresh-milled whole grains.
Our TIAA representative, Timothy Davis, will visit campus on February 13th to hold individual employee meetings. Please contact TIAA at (800) 732-8353 or visit the TIAA website to schedule and appointment.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs is excited to offer a trip to New Orleans over spring break. Participants will depart Roanoke College on Saturday, February 29th and return to campus on Friday, March 6th. to all students, faculty and staff
Join us in the pool to learn different strokes for paddling a kayak and how to maneuver a kayak. For the roll portion of the clinic, learn how to flip a kayak upright after flipping upside down in the water. No prior kayaking experience required.
Our 2020 Diversity Dine-In Series will kick off with Push Back to Push Forward: The Intersectionality of Civil Rights, LGBTQ Rights and Spirituality. Thursday, January 23rd at 11:45 a.m. in the Chapel. Pizza will be provided.
The MLK week celebrations will close out with a SpeakEasy event, “How Do You Make Your Dream a Reality?” led by the Diversity Peer Educators at 7:00 pm located at the Library Collaboration Space.
Make your mark during MLK week by lending your artistic abilities to create a mosaic that will be displayed in the Colket Center after completion. Stop by the table in the Colket Center starting Tuesday, January 21st and color or paint a section of the mosaic. The topic is a mystery until all the
Join Patrick J. Deneen, professor of political science at University of Notre Dame, for a discussion of his highly acclaimed book, Why Liberalism Failed. Deneen will explain how liberalism's achievements degrade rather than ennoble the human person and politics.
6:00 PM‐7:30 PM
Colket Center - Wortmann Ballroom
7:00 PM‐8:00 PM
8:00 PM‐9:30 PM
Colket Center, Wortmann Ballroom
6:00 PM‐9:00 PM
7:00 PM‐8:00 PM
Breakfast7:30 am – 10:00 am
Hard Boiled & Scrambled Eggs*
French Toast Sticks w/Hot Syrup
Fruit & Yogurt Bar*
Lunch11:30 am – 2:00 pm
Simply Grilled Chicken
Ginger Grilled Tofu
Garlic Bread Sticks
Brick Oven Pizza
Gourmet Deli Bar*