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Folks at Noke is the page for features on exemplary students here at Roanoke! From 'Humans of RC' to 'Maroons Talk Backety-Ack' and even columns from students abroad, this is the place to go to get to know your fellow Maroons.

Humans of RC: Allie Holmes

Written by Lorin Brice Hall Allie Holmes is someone who has worked hard to make the most out of their Roanoke College experience. This Senior...

Maroons Talk Backety-Ack

‘Tis the Season! What’s your favorite Christmas or Holiday song? Maria Damewood, sophomore, wants you to go Greek - “‘Happy Christmas’ by Colbie Callait” Angela Mitchell,...

Maroons Talk Backety-Ack

What’s your favorite food to eat at Thanksgiving? Addi Lee, junior, could out-sing me (I don’t sing): mashed potatoes Wilson Ey, junior, southern boy through n...

Humans of RC: Jasey Roberts

Written by Lorin Brice Hall Jasey Roberts is probably one of the Maroons happiest at the prospect of the impending Thanksgiving Break. This Sophomore English...

Derry Girl for a Semester: Chapter 5: In Which I Get an Outsider’s Perspective...

Written by Charissa Roberson As November draws to a close, I’m missing the normal festivities that would be picking up around this time of year...

Humans of RC: Emilee O’Dell

Emilee O’Dell is one of this campus's confirmed movers and shakers. Everyone who knows this Religious Studies major knows she is someone who adds...

Derry Girl For A Semester: Chapter 4: In Which I Share 3 Things NI...

Written by Charissa Roberson A few random things I didn’t realize I took for granted in the US: #1. Apple cider. In NI, cider is a...

Maroons Talk Back(-ety Ack)

It’s getting cold & dark outside, so it’s time to stay inside with Netflix and a blanket. What TV show are you binging this...

Humans of RC: Dillon Kopec

Written by Brice Hall Dillon Kopec is the Human of Noke for this edition of The Brackety-Ack. Even though this is our Halloween edition Dillon...

Maroons Talk Back(ety-Ack)

What’s your favorite spooky movie or TV show? Lauren Barney, sophomore, APO scream queen: The Shining Tara Hrdlick, junior, got spooked when I approached her: the...

Derry Girl for a Semester: Chapter 3: In Which Derry Welcomes the World…for Halloween?

Written by Charissa Roberson Here in Derry, the biggest holiday of the year isn’t Christmas, or Easter, or even St. Patrick’s Day—it’s Halloween. Posters have...

Maroons Talk Back(ety-Ack)

Are you holding on to Summer, or ready for Fall? Hiram Belt, freshman, not affiliated with Riverdale: Nah I want Fall right now, no cap. Samantha...

Humans of RC: Tammy Harris

Written by Brice Hall Most students might not know who Mrs. Tammy Harris is, but they should. Without her, they’d have a very different experience...

Derry Girl for a Semester, Chapter 2: In Which I Decipher Some Northern Irish...

Written by Charissa Roberson Here in “Norn Iron,” everyone uses English—but that doesn’t mean we always speak the same language.  In the time I’ve been...

Maroons Talk Back(ety-Ack)

What do you think of Friday on the Quad not being free? Quinn Keatley, Freshman, heart and soul of the Honors c/o ‘23: “I think...

Derry Girl for a Semester, Chapter 1: In Which I Become Acquainted with the...

Written by Charissa Roberson After months of anticipation, it’s surreal to look out my window and see the huge River Foyle flowing through the city...

Humans of RC: Blake Morrin

Written by Brice Hall Blake Morrin is a Freshman here at Roanoke College. He is understandably undecided on his major but is very excited to...

Humans of RC: Kaelyn Spickler

Written by Lorin Brice Hall Kaelyn Spickler is a Junior here at Roanoke College. She is the new Editor-in-Chief of the Brackety-Ack and has a...

Prologue: In Which I Introduce Myself and Ponder the Coming Semester

Written by Charissa Roberson Hey Brackety-Ack readers! This is Charissa Roberson, and I’m a sophomore at Roanoke College. Except this semester I’m not actually “at”...

Maroons Talk Back(ety-Ack)

“What are you looking forward to this year the most, in 5 words or less?” Tucker McKay, senior, really misses Shamira: “Lomo Saltado, obviously.” Jayna Jean-Jules,...