This is Randolph: Meet the Class of 2014
Randolph College is a community filled with originals: women and men who are not afraid to be who they are—or to admit they are still figuring it out. Behind the Red Brick Wall, these individuals merge into a family, one in which academics, honesty, and tradition are top priorities and intelligence is assumed. A shared desire to make a difference in the world is a hallmark that has not changed in more than 119 years. This fall, Randolph welcomed the Class of 2014—another class of unique thinkers. Here are a few of their stories.
From the President
Randolph College is beginning the 2010–2011 academic year with much to celebrate.
“Luckiest Classicist in the World”
Amy R. Cohen puts her own touch on Greek Play tradition.
Summer Research Program
Students, faculty investigate everything from cryptology to historic districts.
American Culture Program Moves Students to Think
“Perpetual Motion: Americans on the Go” covers movement of ideas in America.
New English Curriculum Provides Innovative Approach to Learning
In the new program, students study English literature within the context of genres instead of the traditional historical approach…
The World in Britain
Lars Franke continues family atmosphere, makes his mark on Randolph’s flagship study abroad program.
Renovations Enhance Riding Program
Upgrades provide better facilities for riders and horses.
Judy Eagle Shelton ’98 shares connection to College and her career with two daughters.
In Print: Consuming Choices: Ethics in a Global Consumer Age
David Schwartz’ newest book examines consumerism, ethics.
In Print: The Science of Religion in Britain, 1860–1915
Marjorie Wheeler-Barclay’s upcoming book hailed as “major contribution to the history of ideas, the history of religion, and British history”.
New Summer Institute prepares students to lead.
Pay It Forward: 1941 Alumna Makes $2 Million Commitment
Sadie “Puff” Gravely Hampson ’41 is long-time supporter of student initiatives.
Athletic camps provide service to community, mentoring opportunities for student-athletes.
Randolph College one of just 10 schools in Virginia to receive national TEAC accreditation.
Dennis Stevens sees training for Fifth Degree Black Belt as next step in personal journey.
Meet Allison Nichols
Randolph’s new head women’s basketball coach loves the College’s close-knit community, academic focus, and athletic talent.
Trustee Profile: Lynn Hume Stuart ’60
Decade of service provides unique perspective to on the direction of the College.