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Students volunteer at organic farm on alternative fall break

For several Randolph students, fall break meant rising early in the morning to harvest potatoes, pull weeds, and plant seeds.... READ MORE >>

Randolph students present research in MARCUS conference

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship included research presentations by 17 Randolph students.... READ MORE >>

Annual Fund campaign shares alumnae and alumni memories

A new Facebook page dedicated to collecting alumnae and alumni memories is showing how much has changed during the College’s lifetime—and how much has stayed the same.... READ MORE >>

Randolph student-athlete named volleyball National Player of the Week

Jordan Templin ’15 was named the Sports Imports/AVCA Division III National Player of the Week.... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor has new books coming soon

Bunny Goodjohn ’04, director of the Randolph College Writing Center and an English professor, will publish two books in the coming year—a prize-winning poetry collection and her second novel.... READ MORE >>

Records keep falling in Senior Day volleyball victory

The Randolph College volleyball team beat Emory & Henry 3-1 on Saturday, setting several records along the way.... READ MORE >>

Men’s soccer scores crucial ODAC win

Troy Jurney ’17 scored three times and assisted on another goal to tie two scoring records in a 4-0 win.... READ MORE >>

Ekphrastic poet to lead workshop at the Maier

Poet Kindra McDonald will lead an ekphrastic poetry workshop at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College on Saturday, October 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.... READ MORE >>

Randolph hosts forum for teachers and education leaders

Educators will meet at Randolph College this weekend to learn more about how to become leaders in their field during the Women Education Leaders of Virginia (WELV) forum. The event will begin at 7:30 a.m. Saturday and will conclude at 12:30 p.m. Admission to the forum is $20 for WELV members, $30 for non-members, and... READ MORE >>

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette publishes op-ed essay by Randolph College president

Why study liberal arts?
Because it can help create both good citizens and good workers.... READ MORE >>

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