News

IT Department creates way to let you know when your favorite food is on the Commons menu.

Dr. Moe, associate professor of music from 1968-1996, was the first person to play the Casavant pipe organ when it was originally installed in 1970 during the dedication of the newly constructed Antrim Chapel.

Since 1993, the history department has annually celebrated the first president of Roanoke College, David F. Bittle, with a Founder’s Day celebration on or around his birthday on November 19th.

Madison Kantor '19 and Gabriel Umland '19 received the award from Delta Mu Delta, an international honor society for students with concentrations in business administration.

Announcements

Thanksgiving Energy Savings

Before leaving for Thanksgiving, please remember to complete the following energy-saving steps: Turn off, unplug or set back energy-using items; Turn off computers (if remoting in you may leave computers on, but turn separate monitors off); Unplug microwaves, coffee makers and other small appliances


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A/P Check Run

Accounts Payable will be on a revised schedule for the Thanksgiving Holiday.


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Wellness Live and Learn - The Benefits of Strength Training

Join us on Wednesday, November 28th at 12:00 p.m. in Olin Recital Hall for this Live and Learn session. The CDC reports that only 23.5% of adults meet the standard guidelines for aerobic and muscle-strengthening activities. 


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HOLIDAY CRAFT SHOW--A FEW TABLES LEFT !

The Fortnightly Club welcomes Roanoke College Faculty/Staff/Students/relatives who are crafters & who want to sell their crafts at the Holiday Craft Show, in the Atrium, Tues., Nov. 27, 11-2.  First time--free; $10--returning vendors.  I'm creating a flyer by end of the week, so contact me soon!


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President's Ball photos now available

A record number of students, faculty and staff, Let the Good Times Roll - Vegas style, last Saturday at the 12th Annual President's Ball.   Check out the fabulous photos available for download:  https://photos.app.goo.gl/bLJQwufWNuPipBMZ8


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Celebrate Native American Heritage and Veterans Day with Alumna Pamela Pierce

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month and Veterans Day with a film viewing of an award winning documentary, "Defending the Fire", produced by Pamela Pierce ’72.  Pamela will be here to lead a discussion following the film viewing.   Monday, November 19, 7:00 PM


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Information Technology Maintenance Window

In order for Information Technology to keep the vital systems on campus up and running smoothly, it is necessary for there to be time each month when system updates and patches can be applied and routine maintenance performed. The next scheduled time for routine maintenance is Tuesday, November 20,


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Events

Miller 114
11/15/2018
6:00 PM‐7:00 PM

Alumni Gym
11/17/2018
10:00 PM‐12:00 AM

Massengill Auditorium
11/28/2018
7:00 PM‐8:00 PM

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Dining

Breakfast

Hard Boiled &
Scrambled Eggs*
Sausage Links
O’Brien Potatoes
Hot Biscuits
Sticky Buns
MYO Omelets
Fruit & Yogurt Bar*
Fresh Bagels

Lunch

General’s Chicken
General’s Tofu
Steamed Rice
Fresh Green Beans*
Egg Rolls
French Fries
Hamburgers
Hot Dogs
Veggie Burgers*
Grilled Chicken*
Asian Spinach Salad
Veggie Lo Mein Bar *
Garlic Bread Sticks
Brick Oven Pizza
Gourmet Deli Bar*
Tomato Soup
Salad Bar*
Bakery Station

Chicken Tenders