Wednesday Worship series offers Randolph community time for spiritual reflection

The monthly Wednesday Worship at Randolph series resumes November 5.... READ MORE >>

Randolph ghost stories video

Just in time for Halloween, here is a video that tells a few of the stories behind supposedly haunted parts of campus.... READ MORE >>

Alumna leadership coach set to teach students about career advancement on November 5

Julia Winston ’02, a leadership and executive coach, will visit Randolph College on November 5 to help students learn about the foundations of a strong career.... READ MORE >>

Randolph community invited to help curate Maier exhibition

The Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College has invited students, faculty, and staff to suggest works of art to include in the spring 2015 exhibition.

Suggestions are due November 21.... READ MORE >>

Hynes earns Oak Ridge Medal at Riding Center Fall Festival

Junior Meaghan Hynes won the event. Senior Stephany West took third and sophomore Morgan Hoke was seventh.... READ MORE >>

Students volunteer at organic farm on alternative fall break

For several Randolph students, fall break meant rising early in the morning to harvest potatoes, pull weeds, and plant seeds.... READ MORE >>

Randolph students present research in MARCUS conference

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship included research presentations by 17 Randolph students.... READ MORE >>

Annual Fund campaign shares alumnae and alumni memories

A new Facebook page dedicated to collecting alumnae and alumni memories is showing how much has changed during the College’s lifetime—and how much has stayed the same.... READ MORE >>

Randolph student-athlete named volleyball National Player of the Week

Jordan Templin ’15 was named the Sports Imports/AVCA Division III National Player of the Week.... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor has new books coming soon

Bunny Goodjohn ’04, director of the Randolph College Writing Center and an English professor, will publish two books in the coming year—a prize-winning poetry collection and her second novel.... READ MORE >>

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