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Celebrate Valentine’s Day, love through the ages at the Maier

Poster for Love at the Maier

The Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College will help its patrons and the College community get in the Valentine’s Day spirit with a series of romantic and family activities at the 16th Annual Love at the Maier this weekend, Feb. 8-10. The theme is “Love Through the Ages,” and the complete schedule is listed... READ MORE >>

Acting up: Randolph students nominated for Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival awards

Liz Beamon '20 (second from left, standing) and Ho'ola Bush '20 (second from left, kneeling) on stage with other members of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe cast

Four Randolph students were nominated for awards at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) for their roles in the fall theatre production, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Liz Beamon ’20 (Aslan) and Ho’ola Bush ’20 (Edmund) were nominated for Irene Ryan Acting Awards, Chloe Brazzi ’21 was recognized as a props... READ MORE >>

Randolph alumna elected president of Virginia affiliate of American College of Nurse-Midwives

Katie Stewart Page '08 speaks at Randolph's 2018 Reunion

Katie Stewart Page ’08 was recently elected president of the Virginia affiliate of the American College of Nurse-Midwives. With this new position, Page will assume a visible leadership role and represent Virginia’s nurse-midwives on state boards and at legislative events. She is currently a certified nurse-midwife (CNM) for the Centra Medical Group Women’s Center in... READ MORE >>

Lauren Appel ’20 studies foreign policy, business in Cuba

Lauren Appel '20 at the podium in a Cuban government building

As other students returned to Randolph’s campus to start the spring semester in mid-January, Lauren Appel ’20 was still in Cuba taking classes and learning about foreign investment and global integration at the University of Havana. Appel spent two weeks there during winter break as part of a special study abroad experience. In addition to... READ MORE >>

Award-winning poet Paige Lewis joins M.F.A. faculty

Paige Lewis

Paige Lewis, a recipient of the Editor’s Award in Poetry from The Florida Review, is the latest addition to the Randolph College Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing faculty. Lewis, who earned an M.F.A. from Florida State University and has taught creative writing at Purdue University, has had work published in Poetry, American Poetry... READ MORE >>

Assistant director of M.F.A. program receives Best Microfiction award

Christopher Gaumer

Christopher Gaumer, assistant director of Randolph College’s M.F.A. in creative writing program, was recently named a Best Microfiction winner for 2019. Gaumer’s work, “He Died We Left Him Til Morning” (The Citron Review), will now be published alongside other winning entries in the publication, The Best Microfiction 2019 Anthology. Entries were judged by national bestselling... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor’s article in Good Beer Hunting inspires new brew

J. Nikol Beckham

Communication studies professor J. Nikol Jackson-Beckham continues to receive national recognition for her research on the craft brewing industry and her role as the first diversity ambassador for the Brewers Association. Most recently, her work inspired the creation of a new beer at a Charlottesville, Va. brewery. In December, Jackson-Beckham published a research-based article in... READ MORE >>

Get to know career services and internship opportunities at Randolph!

Maegan Crews Fallen (right) works with a student during a resume revamp session

Maegan Crews Fallen serves as internship director at Randolph College. She recently took over the Randolph Instagram account to share some of the services provided by the Career Development Center as well as the top reasons why students should pursue internships. Here is what she had to say: Tell us about yourself. Who are you... READ MORE >>

Faculty, staff to perform ‘talents’ for students in The Show

Poster for the show, reading

It only comes once every four years. And it’s not the World Cup, the Winter Olympics, a U.S. presidential election, or leap year. It’s The Show. That’s right. The Show—a quadrennial exhibition of what we’re willing to call talent for a couple of hours, performed by Randolph faculty and staff for students. The performance is scheduled Feb.... READ MORE >>

Thayer Lecture to focus on writings, life, and legacy of Frederick Douglass

Thayer lecture poster with photo of David Blight

Author and historian David Blight will trace the life and career of Frederick Douglass as part of the spring 2019 Philip Thayer Memorial Lecture at Randolph College. The event, which is free and open to the public, is scheduled for Thursday, February 21 at 6 p.m. in Smith Hall Theatre, which is located in Smith... READ MORE >>

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