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Randolph remembers Carl Stern

Carl Stern, the Charles A. Dana Professor of Economics, emeritus, died on January 17, 2015, at the age of 93.... READ MORE >>

Randolph Magazine: Connecting History

Evan Smith ’15, president of student government at Randolph, sees many connections between his own goals in life and the life of his great-grandfather, a Lynchburg doctor who trained international tennis legends.... READ MORE >>

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Find beautiful views of campus plus scenes from Randolph College life on Instagram.... READ MORE >>

Top Story #2: Bradley W. Bateman inaugurated as 10th president of the College

His Inauguration explored the value of a liberal arts education.... READ MORE >>

Top Story #3: Partnership with National Gallery, London, offers new opportunities for students

We were excited this year to launch a new partnership with the National Gallery, London, which includes many academic opportunities, including internships, to our students.... READ MORE >>

Top Story #5: Randolph remembers William F. Quillian

As the fifth and longest-serving president in the history of the College William F. “Bill” Quillian left an unforgettable mark on our history. He passed away on March 4, shortly before his 101st birthday.... READ MORE >>

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 >>

Season’s Greetings from Randolph College

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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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