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Part two of Driver Lecture features artist and director Amy Jenkins

Amy Jenkins

Randolph College will host the second event in the 2019 Driver Lecture Series on Monday, April 8. “An Evening with Filmmaker Amy Jenkins” will begin at 7 p.m. in Nichols Theatre, inside the Student Center. The program is free and open to the public. Jenkins will lead a discussion and screening of her award-winning documentary,... READ MORE >>

The saga of the stolen Conway Bell

For April Fools Day, the College spun a tale about the historic Conway Bell being stolen from the Main Hall bell tower. Here is how the story unfolded on the Randolph College Facebook and Twitter pages: 9 a.m. Early this morning, the Conway Bell went missing! Campus safety is reporting that there are multiple suspects,... READ MORE >>

Month in Photos: March 2019

The WildCat men get ready for a lacrosse game versus Methodist

March is almost over, and it’s starting to feel like spring on campus! Here are some of our favorite photos from the month.... READ MORE >>

Register now for summer camps at Randolph College!

Students in line making poses at Embark Theatre Camp

Registration is now open for preschool, theatre, and coding summer camps at Randolph College. Space is limited, so enroll today! The Randolph College Nursery School will host a series of weeklong summer camps from June 10-August 9 for children ages 3 through kindergarten. Each week offers a different activity theme, and sessions run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.... READ MORE >>

Randolph chapter of SVEA receives Highest Membership Increase Award

Ke’Asia Carter ’19 M.A.T. (right) accepts the Highest Membership Increase award from SVEA President Catie Travassos.

Randolph College’s chapter of the Student Virginia Education Association (SVEA) has been recognized for more than tripling its membership in the past year, receiving the Highest Membership Increase Award for 2018-19. Ke’Asia Carter ’19 M.A.T., marketing officer for Randolph’s chapter, accepted the award at the recent SVEA 2019 Convention in Richmond. Randolph’s chapter of the... READ MORE >>

Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra Concert to feature Randolph faculty

Randall Speer

Music professor Randall Speer will guest conduct the Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra strings and percussion at Court Street United Methodist Church in downtown Lynchburg on April 6 at 7 p.m. The program will highlight “The King of Instruments,” the pipe organ, with Carol Williams, an acclaimed organist and adjunct instructor of music at Randolph. Featured works... READ MORE >>

Dance students to star in Annual Spring Dance Concert

Three dancers posing for a photo

Randolph dance students will perform in the Annual Spring Dance Concert, which opens Thursday, April 4, and continues April 5 and 6. Each performance begins at 7:30 p.m. in Smith Hall Theatre. Tickets are free for Randolph students and children under 12, $5 for students and seniors, and $8 for general admission. The student-run concert... READ MORE >>

Bienvenue en France! Business major scores summer internship at French tech company

Anthony Fonnesu '20

Anthony Fonnesu ’20 has been selected for a summer internship with Schneider Electric in Rueil-Malmaison, France. In his role with the company’s marketing and communications department, Fonnesu will help coordinate the city’s Latin American Day celebration and explore the possibility of organizing a tennis tournament between Rueil-Malmaison and its sister city in the United States:... READ MORE >>

Princeton University Art Museum curator to lecture on ‘Ecology and Environment in American Art’

Karl Kusserow

On Thursday, March 28, at 7 p.m. in Randolph College’s Wimberly Recital Hall (Presser Hall), the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College will present the lecture, “Exhibiting Nature’s Nation: Ecology and Environment in American Art,” by Karl Kusserow, the John Wilmerding Curator of American Art from Princeton University Art Museum. The lecture is free and... READ MORE >>

Part one of 2019 Driver Lecture features documentary on French Nazi hunter

Michel Cojot-Goldberg

Randolph College will host a special rough-cut preview of ​Cojot, a feature-length documentary that follows the life of Michel Cojot-Goldberg, a Nazi hunter, Entebbe hostage, and ultimately, a Klaus Barbie trial witness. The screening event, which is free and open to the public, is scheduled for Monday, April 1, at 7 p.m. in Nichols Theatre, inside the... READ MORE >>

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