Returning to Roanoke

Returning to Roanoke

This year, Roanoke College welcomed back a familiar face. Dr. Daisy Ball has joined the Department of Public Affairs as an Assistant Professor and is…

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Life During and After Roanoke: Advice from Recent Graduates

Life During and After Roanoke: Advice from Recent Graduates

A new year brings new minds to Roanoke College. Bright, enthusiastic, and sometimes slightly timid freshmen bring their eagerness to learn and explore to campus,…

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Public Affairs Society: A Great Second Year

Public Affairs Society: A Great Second Year

Students, professors, faculty members, forget about the exams you have this week or the stack of papers you are about to grade. Evade yourselves from…

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A Sense of Permanence: Snow and Parsons Land Tenure Track

A Sense of Permanence: Snow and Parsons Land Tenure Track

As a junior here majoring in political science, I haven’t yet gone a semester at Roanoke College without having a class with Dr Parsons. I…

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Roanoke Grad Finds Her Path

Roanoke Grad Finds Her Path

Many seniors at Roanoke College are approaching their final semester, and ultimately asking the question, “What am I going to do next?” For some students, internships during their four…

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PAS Papers No. 2 - Exploring the Police State

PAS Papers No. 2 – Exploring the Police State

Editor’s note: This is an essay from the Public Affairs Society, written by Kasey Reese and Alex Reynolds. On October 13, 2016, the Roanoke College Public…

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Beahm puts value in work ethic and opportunity

Beahm puts value in work ethic and opportunity

Cary Beahm is a senior here at Roanoke College and is a member of the Varsity Women’s basketball team, but I’ll save some of that…

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Rose completes year of experiential learning

Rose completes year of experiential learning

If you have not met or heard of Bridget Rose, some things you might what to know about her are what she’s majoring in, future…

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An Experience in City Politics

An Experience in City Politics

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Mitchell Alexander, a junior with a double major in political science and criminal justice. He recently volunteered for a…

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Public Affairs Society Wins Award for Outstanding Organization

Public Affairs Society Wins Award for Outstanding Organization

At the beginning of this academic year, the Public Affairs Society (PAS) was non-existent. Dr. Justin Garrison, the faculty advisor, asked the organization to accomplish…

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