Randolph College Home Page Give Today! Support Randolph College
AboutAdmissionAcademicsStudent LifeAthleticsOutcomesAlumnae & AlumniParents & FamiliesInside RandolphAPPLYREQUESTVISITNEWSEVENTSSupport RandolphSearch

Coming home: Katlyn Baskin Waldo ’06 returns to Randolph to teach dance

Katlyn Baskin Waldo ’06 leads a modern dance class as part of the visiting artist program this spring.

Katlyn Baskin Waldo ’06 still vividly and fondly remembers walking across the stage in The Dell to receive her diploma 12 years ago. She returned for the first time this spring to serve as a visiting artist in dance—and fell in love all over again. “The beauty of the campus and the front lawn and... READ MORE >>

Why I give: A Q&A with Kathleen (Bunny) Willis Webb ’52

Kathleen (Bunny) Willis Webb ’52

Tell us a little about yourself? I am an Army brat, born at West Point, and moved with my father’s career and then with my VMI engineer husband’s Army and railroad careers. I came to Randolph in 1948. Not happy with my college acceptances, I applied late at the suggestion of my high school English... READ MORE >>

Join the network on RandolphConnect!

Screenshot of RandolphConnect homepage

RandolphConnect is a new, web-based networking platform for alumnae, alumni, faculty, staff, students, and parents that offers a secure online community to build personal and professional networks. “Randolph Connect will be a valuable network for alumnae and alumni to connect and engage with each other and the College,” said Phebe Wescott, director of alumnae and... READ MORE >>

Major Growth: Sport and exercise studies major with liberal arts approach sees marked growth

Professor Carolyn Sarson’s Kinesiology class

Kinesiology is one of sport and exercise studies professor Carolyn Sarson’s favorite classes to teach. She’s even been known to spontaneously break into song and dance, like in a class last fall when she performed The Supremes’s “Stop in the Name of Love” to demonstrate movement using the shoulder girdle and scapula. The class is... READ MORE >>

Music department announces diversity initiative

A concert by the music department in Smith Hall Theatre

This fall, the Randolph College music department will emphasize cultural and ethnic diversity in its repertoire as part of the “Lift Every Voice” initiative. “The music department will focus on more diverse representation in the selections we offer our students and the community,” said Emily Yap Chua, music professor and chair of the department. “Every... READ MORE >>

Randolph faculty ranked 18th nationally by The Princeton Review

Princeton Review graphic

Randolph College’s faculty have once again been recognized as some of the best in the nation. The Princeton Review ranked the College 18th for most accessible professors in the 2019 edition of its flagship college guide, The Best 384 Colleges. Randolph ranked 19th in the same category in the 2018 edition. In The Best 384 Colleges, The Princeton... READ MORE >>

A Life’s Work: after 45 years guiding students, Associate Dean Paula Wallace bids goodbye

Paula Wallace, associate dean of the College, waves to the crowd at the 2018 Commencement ceremony.

After 45 years guiding students, Associate Dean Paula Wallace bids goodbye Tucked away in Paula Wallace’s desk drawer is a small bag with the broken insides of a flash drive. “It’s a reminder to me,” Wallace said, remembering the 2011 day when she lost the detailed assessment report that had taken her weeks to complete—and... READ MORE >>

Summer Internships: Q&A with Katie Reep ’19

Katie Reep '19 also practiced her dance skills as part of the internship

From as close as downtown Lynchburg to as far as Vietnam, Randolph students are applying the skills they learned behind the Red Brick Wall in exciting internships across the world this summer. For this post, we asked dance major Katie Reep ’19 a few questions about her internship at the American Dance Festival in Durham,... READ MORE >>

Randolph alums, internship coordinator named ‘Millennials on the Move’

Cover of Lynchburg Business magazine

Evan Smith ’15, Schuyler Godsey Somers ’08, and Maegan Crews Fallen, internship coordinator at Randolph, have been recognized as “Millennials on the Move” in the most recent issue of Lynchburg Business magazine. Smith is director of community outreach for the Academy Center of the Arts, and Somers is co-owner of A Little Party Events. Read more... READ MORE >>

Rumore published in top immunology research journal

Amanda Rumore

Randolph biology professor Amanda Rumore co-authored a paper that was published in Frontiers in Immunology, which is one of the top academic journals in the field. The article is titled “Innate Immunity Induced by the Major Allergen Alt a 1 from the Fungus Alternaria is Dependent Upon Toll-like Receptors 2/4 Lung Epithelial Cells” and was... READ MORE >>

  • Categories

  • Archives

  • Rankings - LendEDU Most Affordable Colleges

  • Search News

  • Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn YouTube RSS Feeds Snapchat