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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe brings magic to Thoresen Theatre

Marianne Virnelson '18 (the White Witch) waves a wand

Growing up, Shakiah Johnson ’20 always admired The Chronicles of Narnia series by C.S. Lewis. Now a theatre major at Randolph, she’s fully immersing herself into the fantasy world as one of the lead roles in the College’s production of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. “I love the idea of a not-so-far-away fantasy... READ MORE >>

Helping HumanKind: Torie Slaughter ’20 interns with Lynchburg nonprofit

Torie Slaughter '20

This fall, business major Torie Slaughter ’20 is interning at HumanKind, a nonprofit human services organization in Lynchburg. We asked her a few questions about her experience: What is your title/the title of the internship and what do you do? I am the human resource department intern at HumanKind. Each day I am assigned new... READ MORE >>

Next Visiting Writers series event to feature Randolph’s creative writing faculty

Gary Dop and Laura-Gray Street

English and creative writing professors, Gary Dop and Laura-Gray Street will read from their latest works at 8 p.m. in the Alice Ashley Jack Room inside Smith Memorial Building.... READ MORE >>

New grant will cover living costs for museum studies internships

Rachel Harrison '18 takes a photo of fossils during a museum and heritage studies course

A $25,000 grant from the Helen S. and Charles G. Patterson Foundation will support students interning museum work or related areas like history, art, or natural history as well as work that applies to the field like education, curation, fieldwork, or marketing.... READ MORE >>

Chamber Orchestra teams up with guest artist, Opera on the James for fall concert

Smith Hall Theatre

Randolph College will host its annual Fall Orchestra Concert on Friday, November 16, at 7:30 p.m. in Smith Hall Theatre, inside Smith Memorial Building. The event is free and open to the public. This year’s performance will feature Randolph Chamber Orchestra musicians along with guest artist Corrine Byrne (soprano) and Tyler Young Artists from Opera... READ MORE >>

Student leaders attend national LEAD365 conference

From left, attendees included Tori Green ’19, Brittany Lundy ’19, staff advisor Amanda Gelber, staff advisor Lisa Quell, Mackenzie Ambrose ’21, Leo Galopin ’20, Luis Chaparro ’19, and Tyrah Cobb-Davis ’19.

Last weekend, six students in Randolph’s Emerging Leaders Institute and other leadership roles on campus were selected to attend the LEAD365 National Conference in Orlando, Florida. Attendees included Mackenzie Ambrose ’21, a Davenport Leader and Emerging Leader; Tyrah Cobb-Davis ’19, a member of Macon Activities Council (MAC) and an Emerging Leader; Leo Galopin ’20, a... READ MORE >>

WildCats win CATS Hallowheels costume design contest

Randolph students pose with Maddie, age 6, in her Cinderella-themed costume,

Randolph physics students recently won Children’s Assistive Technology Service‘s (CATS) Hallowheels costume contest and fundraiser—and also made it a very special Halloween for a disabled six-year-old named Maddie. Randolph’s Society of Physics Students created a Cinderella-themed costume around Maddie’s wheelchair they called “Maddierella.” In the voting, Randolph helped raise nearly $1,000 for CATS, which will be used... READ MORE >>

Meet a Randolph admission counselor: Q&A with Corey Brown ’16

Corey Brown '16 in front of Randolph's Admission Welcome Center

Corey Brown ’16 is an admission counselor for Randolph, and last week he answered questions and shared some advice for prospective students on Randolph College’s Instagram story. Here’s what he had to say: Tell us about yourself and what you do? I am an admission counselor here at the College and I cover the Tidewater... READ MORE >>

Warren appointed to 500-Year Forest Foundation Board of Directors

Karin Warren

Karin Warren, the Herzog Family Professor of Environmental Studies, will serve a 3-year term with the non-profit nature conservation organization.... READ MORE >>

International students, graduates honor founder of LIFE Club

Vic Uotinen receives a framed photo with international student signatures

On Friday, Randolph International Student Services recognized Vic Uotinen, founder of the Lynchburg International Friendship Exchange (LIFE) Club, for his support of the College’s international students. Uotinen founded the LIFE Club more than a decade ago, along with other members of the Rivermont Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Over the years, members of the church have reached... READ MORE >>

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