Cheese GritsHard Boiled & Scrambled Eggs*BaconTater TotsHot BiscuitsFrench Toast Sticks w/Hot SyrupCorn Dog NuggetsOmelet Station*Cream of Broccoli & Cheddar SoupGourmet Deli Bar*Salad Bar*Fruit & Yogurt Bar*
Roast Beef au JusTurkey CutletsMashed Potatoes w/ GravySeasoned PeasBrown-n-Serve RollsVegetarian BarWhole Wheat Pasta BakeBrick Oven PizzaPasta BarSalad Bar*Gourmet Deli Bar*Stir Fry Station*Ice Cream and Waffle Cones
Community Programs and the Olin Hall Galleries team up to support Family Promise of Greater Roanoke through a cultural collaborative. The inaugural Culture 4a Cause event will be held in the Olin Hall Galleries on Friday Nov. 3 from 5:30-7:30 pm.
Art Exhibit: "We Are All Homeless" with artist Willie Baronet
Music: by the Gypsy Weed Band
Cuisine and Spirits: RC Catering
Cost is $50/person or $90/couple
Proceeds to benefit Family Promise of Greater Roanoke
Come out for an informative evening fusing art/entertainment and cuisine for a cause to raise awareness of homelessness in the Roanoke Valley and beyond.
Tickets NOW available for:
"THE NEXT AMERICA: THE VIEW FROM CONGRESS" with Kelly Ayotte, former US Senator
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 7:30 PM
BAST CENTER, GYMNASIUM
Free tickets are required and available at roanoke.edu/events or at the Colket Center Information Desk.
Kelly Ayotte was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2010, where she was ranked as one of the most bipartisan senators working across party lines to find solutions to the nation’s biggest challenges. During her tenure in the Senate (2011–2017).
Ayotte became a recognized expert on foreign policy, military readiness, revitalizing the private sector to create jobs, tax reform and fighting the scourge of opiate addiction, among other issues.
Since leaving the Senate, Ayotte became adviser for Neil Gorsuch as he made the rounds of Senate offices during the successful consideration of him for the U.S. Supreme Court.
Prior to her Senate service, Ayotte served as attorney general of New Hampshire. Before that, she was deputy attorney general and chief of homicide prosecution for New Hampshire.
This event is sponsored by the Henry Fowler Program.
Students graduating in December 2017, May 2018 or August 2018 are asked to submit resumes as Word documents via email to Career Services by September 25. If you have one on file already with us, simply update from this summer and submit a revised copy. Email either to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. All will be reviewed, and you will hear back if we need to schedule a meeting with you. (Exception: student teachers will follow a different timeline provided by Toni McLawhorn.)
If you need assistance with your resume, our Peer Career Advising hours begin on Monday, September 4, and our staff is available as well. Please don't procrastinate!
Applications are being accepted for the position of Secretary - Copenhaver Institute. For additional information and how to apply, please see Job Openings on the Human Resources website.
Attn: Student Supervisors
If you have any students that you supervise that need to stay in their rooms on campus for any length of time during fall break, please email Amanda Beard (firstname.lastname@example.org) in Residence Life & Housing with their names and Colleague ID by Wednesday, October 11th. Be sure to include the dates they are needed for the break!
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