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1WildCat Cross Country Invitational
Away Game - Other Location | 6:30 pm
2Theatre Department Open House
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building | 5:00 pm
3The 104th Annual Exhibition, "Breath/Breadth: Contemporary American Black Male Identity" Opening Reception
Maier Museum of Art | 5:00 pm
4The 24th Annual Helen Clark Berlind Symposium: Panel Discussion
Maier Museum of Art | 6:00 pm
ConvocationThe convocation ceremony marks the official start of the new academic year. At Randolph, all students, faculty and staff attend to view the procession of the senior class followed by the faculty in full academic regalia. After remarks from the president and student government president, faculty awards are presented for distinguished teaching and scholarship, and new faculty are introduced.
Senior RobesThe Convocation ceremony officially opens the College for the academic year. Though it is a formal occasion, Randolph students find ways to make it festive. Seniors process into the room wearing funny hats and their senior robes decorated with buttons reflecting their experiences of the past four years. Their sister class, the sophomores, wear white.
Class BannersAt Opening Convocation, seniors process behind their class banner. Following the Even/Odd class rivalry tradition, banners are colored according to class year - black for Evens (2016 and 2018), yellow for Odds (2017 and 2019). Displayed at various events throughout the year, banners are "retired" when the class graduates and put on permanent display in Main Hall.
Move-In DayWhen the Class of 2019 arrives Wednesday morning for orientation, they will be greeted by a host of volunteers who will help move them in to their residence hall. The president, deans, faculty, administrators, student leaders, athletes, residence life, and staff will be on hand to greet families, answer questions, and, of course, do the heavy lifting. It's the Randolph community's way of saying "Welcome home!"
International FlagsRandolph’s students come from 37 states and 21 countries. The student body includes 10% international students. The College recognizes these students by displaying the flags from their home countries in Main Hall. When international students move in prior to fall classes, the flags are displayed in the front entry circle in front of Main Hall.
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