Randolph College releases new viewbook and pocket guide

The new admissions materials explain the academic atmosphere, social life, and the outcomes of the Randolph experience.... READ MORE >>

Volleyball rewrites record book in sixth consecutive win

In an away match Tuesday night, Kerry McMichael ’15 became the first player in program history to record 50 assists in a single match and Jordan Templin ’15 became the first player to 1,000 career kills.... READ MORE >>

Poplar Forest architectural restorationist to lecture on Jefferson’s Palladian influences

Travis McDonald, the director of architectural restoration at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest will speak on “Palladio and Jefferson: An Architectural Mentor and His Student Separated by 200 Years” on Tuesday, Sept. 16, at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College.... READ MORE >>

Internship Match-Up will connect students with career opportunities

“The support of our students by local employers is really evident in the Internship Match-up,” said Maryam Brown ’02, Randolph’s internship coordinator who is organizing the Match-up. “These are all Lynchburg-based employers who have immediate openings for our students.”... READ MORE >>

Randolph rises in U.S. News rankings

Randolph was ranked 133rd for national liberal arts colleges in the 2015 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges. Randolph’s ranking moved up a spot this year.... READ MORE >>

Art of animals fills new exhibition at Randolph College

The Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College will host an opening ceremony for the 103rd Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art, A Menagerie of Metaphors,” from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday Sept. 12.... READ MORE >>

Reusable takeout boxes now available in dining hall

Thanks to research and recommendations by a Randolph senior, Cheatham Dining Hall now offers reusable takeout boxes.... READ MORE >>

Power restored campus-wide

We are happy to report that full power has been restored to all buildings on campus.... READ MORE >>

Randolph College president urges self-reflection and honorable living

As the Randolph College community celebrated the official beginning of the 2014-15 academic year with Convocation Tuesday, Randolph President Bradley W. Bateman encouraged the students to live honorably. “You become a better person because your values are transformed, because you make a decision to become a better person,” he said.... READ MORE >>

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 >>

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