Art graduate launches museum career

Stormy Clowdis ’13 has used her experiences working for the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College to start a full-time career in in the museum field, as well as gain entrance into a graduate program.... READ MORE >>

Randolph College will open academic year with Convocation

The Randolph College community will celebrate the official opening of the new academic year with Convocation on Tuesday, September 2, at 4:30 p.m. in Smith Hall Theatre.... READ MORE >>

Randolph College welcomes new students for academic year marked with positive change

The 2014-2015 academic year is an exciting year marked by new students, a new residence hall, renovations, and a new partnership with the National Gallery, London.... READ MORE >>

Student painters give a fresh look to many parts of campus

A group of students has been working hard this summer to give many parts of campus a fresh look with a new coat of paint. The Randolph College student paint crew repainted the residence hall rooms on the third floor of Main Hall; several rooms and offices in Smith Memorial Hall, including the Alice Ashley... READ MORE >>

Randolph WildCats social media gets high score

Randolph’s athletics department was recently recognized as one of the top in the nation for its social media presence. Willamette University compiled a social media leaderboard to gauge the effectiveness of social media efforts by NCAA Division III colleges. The leaderboard puts Randolph at number 12 out of 445 in the nation, and the second... READ MORE >>

Sierra Club ranks Randolph among the nation’s top “Cool Schools”

The list evaluates and ranks colleges based on sustainability initiatives in academics, food, energy use, food services, and other factors.... READ MORE >>

Biology student tries out his wings with bird identification projects

A Lynchburg park will soon have documentation of the birds that call it home—thanks to a Randolph College student. Tristan Luxner ’15 spent part of his summer trekking through Ivy Creek Park with a camera and listening for bird calls. “I can isolate a lot of bird noises, and I can pick out ones that... READ MORE >>

Thinking Global: Katie Snyder ’15 helps with antique globe archiving and research

Katie Snyder ’15 immersed herself in the world of antique globes this summer. Snyder was seeking an internship at a museum, but she received an offer from Omniterrum, a company that sells globes in a store in Lynchburg. The story also helps museums acquire antique globes with historical significance. Once she walked in, Snyder knew... READ MORE >>

Fall Athletes Return to Campus for 2014 Season

“We accomplished great feats last year, including setting six program records for wins and the crowning of an equestrian national champion,” said Tina Hill, Randolph’s director of athletics. “I can’t wait to see what the new year brings.”... READ MORE >>

SUPER program begins with crash test field trip

First-year students arrived for the Step Up to Physical Science and Engineering at Randolph (SUPER) program on Wednesday. For the next two weeks, the students will take courses designed to give them a head start on their pathway to becoming scientists and engineers.... READ MORE >>

  • Categories

  • Archives

  • facebook twitter youtube flickr pinterest google plus linkedin rss feed