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Scorched Earth exhibition to open at Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College

Consistency of the Temporal by Beatrice Modisett, displayed at Eastern Connecticut State University.

Scorched Earth, a new exhibition opening this month at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College, presents contemporary artist Beatrice Modisett’s recent investigations of landscapes in various states of formation, collapse, and upheaval. The exhibition opens Friday, Jan. 31 with a free, public reception from 5-7 p.m. and an artist talk by Modisett on... READ MORE >>

First 2020 Guest Artist Recital brings international award-winning pianist, humanitarian to campus

Gabriela Montero

Randolph’s first Guest Artist Recital of 2020 will feature Gabriela Montero, an international award-winning and bestselling recording artist and human rights advocate. Praised by The New York Times as a musician of “steely power, soulful lyricism, and unsentimental expressivity,” Montero will perform a recital of works for solo piano at Randolph on February 7 at... READ MORE >>

Randolph earns Tree Campus USA designation from Arbor Day Foundation

Trees on Randolph's front campus provide vibrant colors during the fall

  The Arbor Day Foundation has announced that Randolph College has met the requirements to become certified as an affiliate of its Tree Campus USA® program. Randolph is just the eighth institution in Virginia to earn the recognition. The Tree Campus USA designation honors colleges and universities across the United States for promoting healthy trees... READ MORE >>

Three Randolph faculty to present at Race, Poverty, & Social Justice Conference

(From left) Julio Rodriguez, Karin Warren, and John Abell

Three members of the Randolph College Faculty will participate in the 6th Annual Race, Poverty, & Social Justice Conference this weekend at the University of Lynchburg. The theme of the event is “Uprising: Organizing Social Justice in America.” On Saturday morning, John Abell, the Carl Stern Chair of Economics, will present “Redlining in Lynchburg,” and... READ MORE >>

Great Value Colleges names Randolph among ‘30 Best Liberal Arts Colleges in the South’

Two female students taking notes at their desks during class

Randolph has been recognized as one of the “30 Best Liberal Arts Colleges in the South,” according to Great Value Colleges. Randolph is one of eight Virginia institutions to earn the distinction and is touted as “a top liberal arts school that prides itself on its ability to produce alumni well prepared for success in... READ MORE >>

Borker Film Series resumes for spring semester

Flyer for Borker Film Series

Throughout the 2019-20 academic year, Randolph College is showing a special series of films that highlight female activists whose unique identities have empowered them to take bold action to change the world. All films in the Ruth Borker Film Series on Intersectionality and Activism are free and open to the public. The spring portion of... READ MORE >>

Randolph grad’s research published in Annual Review of Psychology

Diep “Penny” Trieu ’15

Diep “Penny” Trieu ’15 recently published her research on the defining elements of social media and its links to key psychological effects in the Annual Review of Psychology. Currently a graduate student at the University of Michigan, Trieu also published similar research for her honors thesis in psychology at Randolph. We asked her a few... READ MORE >>

Renaissance Music Academy students to perform at Randolph

Smith Hall Theatre

This Sunday, January 19, Randolph will welcome 10-16-year-old musicians from Renaissance Music Academy of Virginia to campus. The students will showcase their skills to the community with a free performance that begins at 4 p.m. in Smith Hall Theatre. The event will feature soloists with an orchestra of professional musicians and advanced students performing works... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces fall 2019 Dean’s List

Randolph College banner in front of Main Hall

Randolph College is pleased to announce its Dean’s List for the fall 2019 semester: Parker Aaron A’Nyeja Adams Karla Aguilar Palma Daniel Allee Meredith Alwine Ninfa Amador-Hernandez Corrinne Anderson Alexandra Arce Nacurena Daisy Ayala-Gomez Devin Bagby Gladys Banton Cristina Berenguer Llongueras Daniel Bickey Gabriel Blodgett Adara Boling Joshua Bowes Emilie Bryant Joshua Bulavko Tyler Campbell... READ MORE >>

Driver Film Series will bring Emmy-winning documentarian to campus

Director Judd Ehrlich (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival)

Each year, Randolph invites high-profile filmmakers to campus for The Sara Driver ’77 Digital Filmmaking Course and Lecture Series funded by Martha (Lou) Miller Driver ’50. The upcoming program this spring will feature Emmy-winning documentarian Judd Ehrlich and a film festival that will include screenings of several of his most popular films. The film festival,... READ MORE >>

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