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In the News: NPR looks at how the new federal college ratings affect small liberal arts colleges like Randolph

The Education Department’s unveiling today of a controversial ratings system has  fueled a debate over what this kind of system can – or should – measure.... READ MORE >>

Randolph ranks third in the nation for “Best Colleges for Clubs and Activities”

Randolph College has been ranked third in the nation for student activities by the 2015 Cappies, an awards ranking produced by Cappex, a website that specializes in helping students choose a college. Randolph ranked behind Alma College and Vassar in the top 25  ranking for “Best Colleges for Clubs and Activities.” The ranking is based on more... READ MORE >>

Randolph sponsors screening of Penn & Teller film

  Randolph College and the James River Arts Council are joining forces with the Academy of Fine Arts to present the screening of the Penn & Teller film Tim’s Vermeer followed by an in-person lecture by the film’s subject, inventor Tim Jenison.   The screening will be held Tuesday, December 9, at 7:30pm in at... READ MORE >>

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Randolph holds Veterans Day ceremony

Members of the Randolph College community paused Tuesday evening to ponder the sacrifice of soldiers who have served in wars around the world.... READ MORE >>

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 >>

Wednesday Worship series offers Randolph community time for spiritual reflection

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

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette publishes op-ed essay by Randolph College president

Why study liberal arts?
Because it can help create both good citizens and good workers.... READ MORE >>

Amanda Denny honored for making an impact on the community

DePaul Community Resources honored Amanda Denny, Randolph College’s director of leadership and engagement, with the Human Relations award at its Women of Achievement ceremony.... READ MORE >>

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