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Alumna returns with career advice for students

“You have the power to position yourself for a promotion” stated Julia Winston ’02, during her recent talk, “Network 2 Careers.” This week, the alumna returned to Randolph armed with advice and strategies for finding success in any career. Winston works specifically to develop leaders within underrepresented groups and is particularly passionate about helping women... 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 >>

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 honors three alumnae with Achievement Awards

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

Alumna chosen to lead Lynchburg arts council

Cameo Hoyle ’10 is back in Lynchburg to lead a local arts organization.
Hoyle recently became the executive director of the James River Council for the Arts and Humanities. The organization works to develop support for the arts and reflect the cultural and creative heritage of the Lynchburg area.... READ MORE >>

How the liberal arts made Ayn Dietrich ’04 a spokesperson for the FBI

Every day, Ayn Dietrich ’04 talks with reporters about high profile cases involving federal investigators, from suspected terrorist activity to searches for missing children. She previously served as an intelligence analyst and the person who briefs the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the attorney general on important cases. Friday afternoon, she gave... READ MORE >>

Kelley Swain ’07 publishes three books in 2014

Behind Randolph’s Red Brick Wall, Kelley Swain ’07 pushed pens and critiqued poetry with the writing group “the Quill Drivers.” Now across the Atlantic Ocean, she continues her prolific writing. In fact, the London author is publishing three books this year. photo credit: Marcos Avlonitis In March, Valley Press published Opera di Cera, a poetry... READ MORE >>

Family and friends celebrate the life of William F. Quillian, Jr., with stories, poetry, and a rendition of “Minnie the Moocher”

One of the most well-known memories of William F. Quillian, Jr., was his tradition of singing “Minnie the Moocher” for Randolph-Macon Woman’s College functions as well as community events.  So it was somewhat unexpected, but not really surprising, when the final speaker at his memorial service, his son Robert Quillian, broke out into the song... READ MORE >>

Randolph College Remembers Dr. William F. Quillian, Jr.

Quillian was the 2010 Commencement speaker A Lynchburg icon passed away early Tuesday morning, March 4, shortly before his 101st birthday. William F. Quillian, Jr., the fifth president of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, now Randolph College, and the institution’s longest-serving president, was a long-time supporter of the College, speaking at Commencement in 2010 and publishing Voices... READ MORE >>

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