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Randolph student recognized for community service

A Randolph College sophomore has been recognized by the tri-state district of Kiwanis International for his leadership of Randolph’s community service club. Curtis Weaver ’17, the president of Randolph College Circle K, was inducted as a Lifetime Member into the Capital District Kiwanis Foundation during a recent district convention in Fairfax, Va. He was one... READ MORE >>

Randolph College opens doors for Sweet Briar College students

Updated: March 4, 2015 Randolph College faculty members voted unanimously Tuesday, March 3 to approve a “teach-out” agreement with Sweet Briar College for students who need to transfer to another school following Sweet Briar’s cessation of classes. Randolph administrators are working with Sweet Briar officials to finalize details of the agreement. March 3, 2015 LYNCHBURG–Randolph... READ MORE >>

A Statement Regarding Sweet Briar College from Randolph President Bradley W. Bateman

We are saddened to hear about the decision to close Sweet Briar College for many reasons. Our greatest concern is for the institution’s faculty, staff, students, and alumnae who will all be personally affected either by the loss of their college or their place of employment. Our thoughts are also with the college’s board members,... READ MORE >>

2003 alumna to present David F. Anthony Memorial Lecture

Randolph College and the Lynchburg Society of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA Lynchburg) will present the 2015 David F. Anthony Memorial Lecture on Monday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Leggett 537. The lecture, titled “”Reflections on Roman Glass at Leptiminus (Tunisia),” features Allison Sterrett-Krause ’03, currently assistant professor of classics at the College... READ MORE >>

Kids Curate at the Maier

Kids can curate their own miniature exhibitions at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College this weekend. The Maier is hosting the event Kids Curate on Sunday at 2 p.m. Participants will have a chance to pick a theme, choose postcards whose images correspond to that theme, and put the images together.“They can then... READ MORE >>

Who Started World War I?

The assassination that sparked World War I just over 100 years ago is only one of many complex causes that led up to the war, said Gerry Sherayko, a Randolph history professor. Understanding the other factors will help people have a better understanding of how the tragedy of the war unfolded. This weekend, Sherayko will... READ MORE >>

Randolph College closed on Thursday

Randolph College will be closed on Thursday, Feb. 26 because of inclement weather. All classes and scheduled events are canceled. Be safe and enjoy another snow day!... READ MORE >>

See photos from The Show

Faculty and staff entertained students with more than 30 acts, including music, magic, dance, and skits in The Show.... READ MORE >>

Maier hosts workshop for aspiring professional artists

Jeffrey Allison will present Professional Practices for the Visual Artist Friday, Feb. 27, at 12:30 p.m. ... READ MORE >>

February Bulletin looks at impact of Alzheimer’s

The February 2015 edition of the alumnae and alumni Bulletin examines the impact of Alzheimer’s disease on members of the Randolph community.... READ MORE >>

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