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Randolph trustee earns Best of the Bar award from Memphis Business Journal

Julie Ellis

Julie H. Ellis ’71, a Randolph trustee and an attorney for Butler Snow Law Firm, recently received one of the 2017 Best of the Bar Awards from the Memphis Business Journal. Ellis was presented the award on March 7 at the Opera Memphis. The Best of the Bar Awards honor top legal minds in the... READ MORE >>

Randolph alumna wins first-place at international English honor society convention

Katy Boyer '16 wins award at Sigma Tau Delta convention.

Katy Boyer ’16 received the first-place award in the alumni creative writing category at the recent Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society Convention. Boyer was honored for her short story, “Apples, Almonds, and Apricots,” which she wrote for her honors senior project. This is the second year in a row that a Randolph student... READ MORE >>

Randolph trustee receives AIPAD award for photography

Anne Wilkes Tucker ’67

Anne Wilkes Tucker ’67, a member of the Randolph College Board of Trustees, is a recipient of a 2017 AIPAD Award. Established to honor and recognize visionaries who have spent their lives at the forefront of the field of photography, the AIPAD Award will be presented to Tucker during The Photography Show, presented by AIPAD,... READ MORE >>

Randolph dance instructor helps produce and also performs in Renditions concert

Kelly Malone Dudley '95, an adjunct instructor in dance at Randolph, performs in the Renditions concert.

Kelly Malone Dudley ’95, an adjunct instructor in dance at Randolph, helped produce and performed in the concert, Renditions: Classic Dances from the Golden Age of Hollywood Musicals, by Classic Jazz and Tap Productions. Under the direction of Glenn Leslie, director of Classic Jazz and Tap Productions, Dudley spent two years recreating and restoring Hollywood... READ MORE >>

2016 graduate hired as teacher at prestigious Chinese dance academy

Lindsay Brents '16 teaches students in one of her classes at the Duncan Dance Academy in Shenzhen, China.

As a dance and English double major at Randolph, Lindsay Brents ’16 took full advantage of the opportunities the College provided to expand her creative talents. Now she’s using those skills to teach students at a world-renowned dance academy in China. Brents teaches dance fundamentals to students between 3 and 14 years old at Duncan... READ MORE >>

College mourns death of alumna, wife of former president

Martha (Emily) Crocker Spivey ’54, wife of former College President Robert A. Spivey, passed away Wednesday, November 2. According to her obituary in the News & Advance: Martha Emily Crocker Spivey, 83, of Tallahassee, Florida, died on Wednesday, November 2, 2016. She was born in Suffolk, Virginia, on December 7, 1932, to the late Henry... READ MORE >>

Alumnae to appear on nationally televised game show

UPDATE: Susan Cole ’03 won $67,800 over three days; Lani Golstab Gonzalez ’04 won $50,600 over three days. Two alumnae will appear on “America’s Favorite Quiz Show,” Jeopardy!, this month. Susan Cole ’03 will be a contestant on the classic game show this Wednesday, October 12, and Lani Golstab Gonzalez ’04 will be on the show October... READ MORE >>

Randolph sets giving record in 2015-16

Between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016, Randolph College raised $15.6 million, setting a record for the highest giving total for any fiscal year in the College’s history. The largest gift was a planned $7.82 million bequest from the late Laura Maud Battle Winstead ’50 and her husband, Emerson Clarence Winstead, Jr. The gift,... READ MORE >>

Alumna makes bequest gift to support STEM scholarships for women

When she attended Reunion earlier this year, Johanne Pryor ’61 was overwhelmed by fond memories, like the Odd class traditions, and the many changes on campus. In addition to her support for the College and donating her class ring in the past, the event prompted her to make a sizeable bequest to support scholarships for... READ MORE >>

Alumna musician performing on Mississippi River tour

Claudia Troyer '14 and Adam Springob in the Quad Cities region of Illinois and Iowa.

This fall, Claudia Troyer ’14 is combining two of her favorite hobbies: traveling and performing as a member of the musical duo Springob & Troyer. The pair of Americana/rock musicians is currently canoeing the Mississippi River from Minneapolis, Minnesota to New Orleans, Louisiana as part of a three-month tour. As of Tuesday, they had reached... READ MORE >>

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