CICV program will help Randolph pursue solar power

Randolph College is joining forces with the Council of Independent Colleges in Virginia (CICV) and 14 other private institutions to explore opportunities for solar power.... READ MORE >>

Basketball teams plan cancer awareness games

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Faculty and staff prepare The Show for students

It only comes once every four years. And it’s not the World Cup, the Winter Olympics, a U.S. presidential election or leap year. It’s The Show. That’s right. The Show—a quadrennial exhibition of what we’re willing to call talent for a couple of hours, performed by Randolph faculty and staff for students. This year’s theme... READ MORE >>

Newspaper highlights alumna’s multi-faceted career

The Citizen-Times in Asheville, NC, recently published a story on Elizabeth “Liz” Colton ’67, an Asheville native who returned to her hometown after working in journalism and international diplomacy for decades. Colton majored in English and minored in classics at Randolph-Macon Woman’s College. As a journalist, she interviewed heads of state, including leaders of Iraq, Pakistan,... READ MORE >>

Randolph student-athlete tops NCAA rankings for 3-point shots

Seth Wimbish ’16, a guard on the men’s basketball team, has hit more than 55 percent of his 3-point shots this season, making him top in the nation... READ MORE >>

Professional performers holding workshops for Randolph students, benefit concert for nonprofit

Magic, music, comedy, and dance meld in KTMA Performing Arts Ensemble, which is holding workshops for Randolph students this week and will perform two benefit concerts this weekend.... READ MORE >>

Thayer lecture to focus on WWI

Jennifer Keene will present “Americans at War: Experiencing World War One” on Wednesday, January 28, at 7:30 p.m. in Wimberly Recital Hall.... READ MORE >>

Inspiring speech begins Black History Celebration

Randolph College opened its 2015 Black History Celebration with a speech by Khaliah L. Brown-Dean in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. “We now have to face the fact that tomorrow is today,” Brown-Dean said. “Dream requires voices and actions.”... READ MORE >>

Rainforest research helps Randolph senior prepare for conservation career

Dan Phung ’15 spent three weeks of his winter break on an isolated island in Panama, where he explored the rain forest in the morning, snorkeled to see coral reefs in the afternoon, and stargazed with his feet in tropical waters at night.... READ MORE >>

Black History Celebration events planned

Randolph College is celebrating Black History Month with a wide array of activities,ranging from lectures, music performances, and stage plays to spiritual sessions, dances and poetry readings. Events start January 18 and run through March 28. The celebration started Jan. 21 with the College’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Service, which featured keynote speaker Khalilah... READ MORE >>

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