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Randolph to begin major renovation of its Randolph Athletics and Dance Center this spring

In addition to major changes to the building’s exterior, improvements made inside will include upgrades to the gymnasium, locker rooms, athletic training spaces, and an expansion of the pool.... READ MORE >>

Building a Reputation: RandolphConnect receives national award for launch, network growth

RandolphConnect, Randolph’s new web-based networking platform for alumnae, alumni, faculty, staff, students, and parents, received a national award this week for its successful launch and exponential member growth. Randolph received the award on October 16 at the Graduway Leaders Summit in Boston, which is an annual gathering of leaders with the focus on best practices... READ MORE >>

Randolph ranked #9 in the nation for top green colleges

A student works with plant samples in the greenhouse behind Martin Science Building

Randolph College is one of the top 10 most “green” colleges in the nation, according to rankings released Tuesday by The Princeton Review. Randolph ranked #9 in the nation and is the only school in Virginia to be included in the top 50. The ranking was part of the 2018 edition of The Princeton Review’s Guide... READ MORE >>

Read your appetite: Lipscomb Library to host first-ever edible books contest

An example of edible books

Randolph College’s Lipscomb Library is accepting entries from students, faculty, and staff for its first-ever Edible Books Contest on Wednesday, October 24. Participants are encouraged to create an edible version of their favorite book, and may enter as many pieces as they like. All entries must be homemade by the person entering the contest, and... READ MORE >>

Promoting Love and Kindness: Randolph participates in national memorial for Matthew Shepard

Students wrote heart-shaped messages on a fence in Bell Quad as part of the commemorative service for Matthew Shepard.

The Randolph community gathered in the Bell Quad this afternoon for a commemorative service marking the 20th anniversary of the brutal killing of Matthew Shepard. Shepard was an openly gay 21-year-old student at the University of Wyoming when he was kidnapped from a bar, taken to a prairie, robbed, beaten, tied to a fence, and... READ MORE >>

Submit your T-shirt design for Giving Tuesday!

T-shirt for Giving Tuesday 2017 at Randolph

For the fourth year, Randolph will join the worldwide Giving Tuesday movement, which takes place on November 27. New to the event this year this year is a T-shirt design contest for students. Submissions are due by October 25, and the winner of the contest will receive a $20 gift card to Magnolia Foods. In... READ MORE >>

Basquiat, Boom! for Real, and the Berlind Symposium: A Q&A with filmmaker/director Sara Driver ’77

Sara Driver '77

Acclaimed, independent filmmaker Sara Driver ’77 will be one of the featured guests for the 27th Annual Helen Clark Berlind Symposium October 20-21 at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College. Held in conjunction with the 107th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Zeitgeist: The Art Scene of Teenage Basquiat, the Berlind Symposium will include a... READ MORE >>

Acclaimed cellist to perform at Randolph College

Michael Samis and Emily Yap Chua

Praised for his “consummate musicianship” (Fanfare Magazine) and “commanding technique,” (Nashville Scene) cellist Michael Samis will perform in a Guest Artist Recital with pianist Emily Yap Chua at Randolph on Friday, October 19. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in Wimberly Recital Hall, inside Presser Hall, and is free and open to the public. For the concert, Samis and... READ MORE >>

Career updates for the Class of 2018!

Collage with photos of each featured graduate

Noelle Wojciechowski ’18 Major: engineering physics “I am a mechanical engineer at CRB Consulting Engineers, Inc. and started there in June. I am currently working in the Kalamazoo, Michigan office. I’m on a team within the company that focuses primarily on project work at Pfizer, a major pharmaceutical company, which has one of its largest... READ MORE >>

Women of Hogwarts: Danielle Currier to discuss feminism in Harry Potter universe at Roanoke magic festival

Danielle Currier

This weekend, sociology professor Danielle Currier will give the talk, “Fantastical, Feisty, Fearless, Flying, and Feminist: the Girls and Women of Hogwarts,” at the Generic Magic Festival in Roanoke, Virginia. Currier’s presentation is scheduled as part of the main festival on Saturday, October 6, at 3 p.m. at Greene Memorial United Methodist Church. The Generic... READ MORE >>

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