Key to the Past
Anne Ritchie Ware Waring ’46 donates her mother's 1917 Phi Beta Kappa key. Cornelia Frost Ware ’17 was one of the College’s first five inductees into the nation’s most prestigious academic honor societies.
“The College means so much to us. My mother loved it there and it just seems right to have it return home.”
From the President
Randolph College will never forget its past as Randolph-Macon Woman's College.
Randolph's newest student a cappella group debuts on campus.
I Want To Do Everything
New experiences make life interesting for Davenport Leader.
Keeping Randolph Safe
New equipment, advanced training help security officers protect campus.
Leaving Their Mark
Student Center renovation uncovers wall painted by Class of 1946.
Love Out Loud
Amanda Denny shares passions and talents on campus and off.
Living in America
Senior finally receives citizenship after years of red tape.
Playing to Win
Sinclair committed to helping students succeed in class and on the field.
Community members pack Smith Hall Theatre for Richard Dawkins event.
Pay It Forward: Giving Back
Retired Captain’s support is tribute to his daughter.
Sharing the Journey
Life provides inspiration and creative energy for Jim Peterson.
The Believing Brain
Founder of Skeptic magazine to headline 2012 Science Festival.
Randolph students work with respected conservators in Italy.
In Print: When Her Thousand Chimneys Smoked
Kelley Deetz uncovers legacy of enslaved cooks for her new book.
New campus store offers more convenient shopping and bigger selection.
In Print: Teaching Ethically
Faculty and student team contributes chapter to upcoming book.
The Randolph College Board of Trustees
Liberal arts education provides a foundation for Carolyn Burgess Featheringill ’69.