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Randolph College announces $2 million infrastructure improvement gift

LYNCHBURG—A $2 million gift for infrastructure improvement will enable Randolph College to make important upgrades to its historic campus, College officials announced today. The substantial gift was provided by a trustee who wishes to remain anonymous. “This generous support comes at a perfect time as Randolph College continues its work of upgrading its campus buildings,... READ MORE >>

Alumna debuts new play, The Quincy Armstrong Show

Randolph College continues to celebrate Black History Month March 28 with the debut of a play written and directed by Teresa Harris ‘80 and Linda Keith from Lynchburg’s Black Theatre Ensemble. The Quincy Armstrong Show, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Smith Hall Theatre. General admission is $10, and free to Randolph students with ID.... READ MORE >>

MAC honored as one of the top student activities organizations in the country

Randolph College’s Macon Activities Council (MAC) recently received the 2014 Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (APCA) Southeast Region Student Organization of the Year award. The award was presented at the national APCA conference in Jacksonville, Florida last week. “This award speaks volumes about all of the hard work and dedication that the MAC... READ MORE >>

Randolph presents Baroque chamber music recital

Guest artists Jeannette Jang , violin, and Adam Carter, cello, will present recital chamber works ranging from the Baroque era to the 20th century at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 27 in Wimberly Recital Hall at Randolph College. Jang is currently a member of the Richmond Symphony and has degrees in music from the University of... READ MORE >>

Visiting writer to read poetry at Maier Museum

Anne Spencer Visiting Writer Ted Deppe will conduct a poetry reading at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College on Wednesday, March 25, at 8 p.m. His wife, Anne Depp is also a poet and will present her work at the reading. The event will include both old and new works crafted by the... READ MORE >>

Randolph College announces first recipients of National Gallery, London internships

The first two students selected to receive prestigious internships with the National Gallery, London were announced by Randolph College this week. Elisabeth Price ’16 and Seisha Scott ’16 became the first participants in the new internship program, which was established as part of Randolph’s unique academic partnership with the National Gallery, London. The competitive internship... READ MORE >>

Randolph gets Flavorlicious

Randolph College’s Heritage Ensemble will perform its 20th Flavor Show, titled “Flavorlicious,” March 18 and 20 at 7:30 p.m. and March 21 at 5 p.m. in Thoresen Theatre. The show embraces African culture by featuring a wide variety of performances, including gospel music, jazz, urban contemporary, love poetry, stories, and jokes.... READ MORE >>

WildCats spend spring break with wild cats

While most college students seek out sun and fun on the beach, a group of adventurous Randolph students spent their spring break hacking through the brush under the watchful eyes of 700 pound tigers. Eleven students volunteered with Carolina Tiger Rescue, a non-profit rescue sanctuary for wildcats in Pittsboro, NC.   The facility is home to... READ MORE >>

Randolph student recognized for community service

A Randolph College sophomore has been recognized by the tri-state district of Kiwanis International for his leadership of Randolph’s community service club. Curtis Weaver ’17, the president of Randolph College Circle K, was inducted as a Lifetime Member into the Capital District Kiwanis Foundation during a recent district convention in Fairfax, Va. He was one... READ MORE >>

Randolph College opens doors for Sweet Briar College students

Updated: March 4, 2015 Randolph College faculty members voted unanimously Tuesday, March 3 to approve a “teach-out” agreement with Sweet Briar College for students who need to transfer to another school following Sweet Briar’s cessation of classes. Randolph administrators are working with Sweet Briar officials to finalize details of the agreement. March 3, 2015 LYNCHBURG–Randolph... READ MORE >>

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