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Kakenya Ntaiya ’04 featured in new TED Talk, book by Melinda Gates

Kakenya Ntaiya '04

Kakenya Ntaiya ’04, founder of the nonprofit Kakenya’s Dream and the Kakenya Center for Excellence, is featured in a new TED Talk. Her work is also mentioned in Melinda Gates’ new book, The Moment of Lift, which is forthcoming in April.   Ntaiya’s TED Talk was released on Monday, April 15, and is available here.... READ MORE >>

Randolph receives another national recognition for RandolphConnect networking platform

Christine Harriger and Kristin Dabney were recognized along with representatives from other Silver Award-winning institutions at the Graduway Leaders Summit in Los Angeles.

Last week, Randolph College was recognized by Graduway as a Graduway Champion and Silver Award Winning User for its new networking platform, RandolphConnect. Christine Harriger, director of career development, and Kristin Dabney, alumnae and alumni career network manager, accepted the awards at the Graduway Leaders Summit in Los Angeles. The Graduway Leaders Summit is a... READ MORE >>

Expert on Classical and Late Antiquity art to give illustrated lecture at Randolph

Filomena Limão (Archaeological Institute of America)

On Wednesday, April 10, Filomena Limão, a specialist in classical and late Roman art, will give a presentation at Randolph about architecture and mosaic decoration of the Late Roman Villa of Santiago da Guarda in Ansião, Portugal. The event is free and open to the public and begins at 7:30 p.m. in Room 537 of... READ MORE >>

Spring concert to feature students, faculty, and Lynchburg community musicians

The Spring Concert in Houston Memorial Chapel in 2015

Randolph will hold its annual Spring Concert on Sunday, April 14, at 7:30 p.m. in Houston Memorial Chapel. The event is free and open to the public and will feature students in the College’s Chorale, Chamber Orchestra, as well as faculty and Lynchburg community members. This year, the Court Street United Methodist Choir will join... READ MORE >>

Randolph art history professor to give public lecture on borders and barriers in landscape photography

Lesley Shipley

On Sunday, April 7, Lesley Shipley, an art history professor at Randolph, will give the lecture “Art on the Edge: Borders and Barriers in Contemporary Landscape Photography” at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College. The program, which begins at 2 p.m., is free and open to the public. Shipley will discuss the theme... READ MORE >>

Kathleen Conti ’11 receives international Scholar Award from P.E.O. Sisterhood

Kathleen Conti ’11

Kathleen Conti ’11 was recently one of 150 doctoral students in the United States and Canada selected to receive a $15,000 Scholar Award from the P.E.O. Sisterhood. Conti is a Ph.D. student in architecture and historic preservation at the University of Texas at Austin and was sponsored by Chapter CR of Austin, Texas. As a... READ MORE >>

Randolph to host show by Miss Richfield 1981 in support of Lynchburg Pride Week

Miss Richfield 1981

Drag legend Miss Richfield 1981 will perform at Randolph on Thursday, April 11, in Smith Hall Theatre in support of Lynchburg Pride Week. The show begins at 8 p.m. and will be followed by a meet and greet for fans. Admission is free for the Randolph community and $15 for general public. Tickets are now... READ MORE >>

Richmond Mayor Levar M. Stoney named 2019 Commencement speaker

Levar M. Stoney

Richmond Mayor Levar M. Stoney will serve as Randolph College’s 2019 Commencement speaker on May 12. The ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. in The Dell.   “We are proud to announce Mayor Stoney as our Commencement speaker,” said Bradley W. Bateman, president. “His commitment to inclusiveness, service, and protecting the rights of all... READ MORE >>

Randolph opens food pantry to help community members who are food insecure

Student volunteers Madeline Owens '20 and Avery Payne '21 helped cut the ribbon for the official opening of the Randolph College Food Pantry on Wednesday.

Thanks to Randolph’s Community Fellows group and Park View Community Mission, a new campus food pantry is now open in Room 107 of Moore Hall. The pantry is intended to help any students, faculty, and staff in need. Food insecurity is a growing problem in the United States. One in eight Americans, or about 40... READ MORE >>

Abell to present research at Social Science Association conference

John Abell

John Abell, the Carl Stern Chair of Economics at Randolph, will present his paper, “Redlining in Lynchburg, Virginia,” at the Virginia Social Science Association conference on April 13 at Longwood University. The Virginia Social Science Association is the oldest association of academics in Virginia, comprised of scholars from multiple social disciplines. In addition to his... READ MORE >>

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