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BuzzFeed: 33 Pumpkin Parade designs that should go down in history

Here is a collection of just a few of the many unique and well-done Pumpkin Parade carvings over the years.... READ MORE >>

Helen Clark Berlind Symposium begins Friday

The Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College will host the 23rd annual Helen Clark Berlind Symposium this weekend. The symposium brings together artists and scholars to discuss the themes expressed in the College’s annual exhibition.... READ MORE >>

No Shame theatre kicks off Friday with “Best Of” event

The Best of No Shame will reunite some of the most popular acts from the Lynchburg talent showcase at 9:30 p.m. Friday.... READ MORE >>

Art and science meet in Oct. 8 lecture by National Gallery, London, collections director

Ashok Roy will present a public lecture at Randolph at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 8. He will explain how science is used to shed light on art history, sometimes confirming or contesting the identity of the artist credited for a work of art.... READ MORE >>

Fall sports teams promote cancer awareness

Several teams are partnering with Randolph’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee to use one home event to help draw attention to cancer and raise money to support cancer patients and research.... READ MORE >>

Faculty, staff participate in Virginia Ten Miler

More than 20 faculty and staff members have signed up to participate on Randolph College’s team in the Virginia Ten Miler.... READ MORE >>

Pumpkin Parade photo contest begins

Enter the Pumpkin Parade photo contest by sharing relevant photos on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter with the hashtags #pumpkinparade2014 and #randolphcollege.... READ MORE >>

Randolph student leads artificial intelligence discussion for philosophy group

Phuong Tran ’15 gave a presentations based on her senior philosophy paper, “Artificial Intelligence: Are Smart Machines Alive? Or Are Alive Machines Smart?”... READ MORE >>

Randolph honors three alumnae with Achievement Awards

Ann Close ’56, Gonul Velicelebi ’73, and Ellen Suthers ’73 received Alumnae Achievement Awards.... READ MORE >>

Tennis duo reaches finals in regional tournament

Sarah Parker ’16 and Heather Parra ’17 reached the championship match of this weekend’s ITA Regionals in women’s tennis action.... READ MORE >>

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