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Why I give: A Q&A with Bill and Ann Hepburn Webb ’84

Bill and Ann Hepburn Webb ’84 with President Bradley W. Bateman (center)

Tell us a little bit about you and your family and your connection to Randolph? Our son Andrew is a current sophomore at Randolph and I (Ann) am an alumna, Class of 1984. I majored in economics and had several high school teachers who were graduates of R-MWC and served as influences for me to... READ MORE >>

‘The Greatest Gift is to Give’: Brit LeCompte supports students by funding scholarship

Britt LeCompte

The first time Brit LeCompte saw Virginia was during a vacation with his family to the Front Royal area. “My uncle decided to take the skyline drive to Staunton,” LeCompte said. “I got in this little yellow plane, and we flew over the ridge and saw the Shenandoah. It was so beautiful.” Decades later, after... READ MORE >>

Randolph sets new record for largest-ever day of giving on Giving Tuesday

Wes Fugate, vice president for student affairs, and Randolph students express their gratitude at the Giving Tuesday photo booth

Randolph College set record highs for giving during Giving Tuesday on November 27. During the daylong event yesterday, 725 alumnae and alumni, parents, friends, faculty, staff, and students contributed to the Annual Fund, helping Randolph raise over $285,000. The results broke records for the College in both participation numbers and dollars, making Giving Tuesday 2018... READ MORE >>

Randolph joins worldwide Giving Tuesday Campaign on November 27

Giving Tuesday logo

Last year, nearly 600 alumnae and alumni, parents, students, faculty and staff, and friends of the College united to raise over $150,000 for the Annual Fund on Giving Tuesday.... READ MORE >>

Randolph to begin major renovation of its Randolph Athletics and Dance Center this spring

In addition to major changes to the building’s exterior, improvements made inside will include upgrades to the gymnasium, locker rooms, athletic training spaces, and an expansion of the pool.... READ MORE >>

Submit your T-shirt design for Giving Tuesday!

T-shirt for Giving Tuesday 2017 at Randolph

For the fourth year, Randolph will join the worldwide Giving Tuesday movement, which takes place on November 27. New to the event this year this year is a T-shirt design contest for students. Submissions are due by October 25, and the winner of the contest will receive a $20 gift card to Magnolia Foods. In... READ MORE >>

Forbes ranks Randolph in top 100 for ‘Colleges with the Happiest, Most Successful Alumni’

Students in cap and gowns for graduation

Randolph College is included in Forbes’ recently released ranking for “Colleges with the Happiest, Most Successful Alumni.” Randolph ranked 72nd out of the 200 institutions on the list. To compile its rankings, Forbes used its Grateful Graduates Index to measure return on investment. Forbes examined private, not-for-profit colleges with more than 500 students using two... 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 >>

Randolph records highest giving participation in over a decade for FY 2017-18

Main Hall tower lit up at dusk

Randolph College ended the 2017-18 fiscal and fundraising year on June 30 with the highest alumnae and alumni participation rate since 2006. Alumnae and alumni giving participation was at 25.2 percent—up 2 percent from the previous year. “We are extremely proud and privileged to have such wonderful alumnae and alumni who are profoundly dedicated to... READ MORE >>

Randolph students participate and perform in Varna International Music Academy

Lindsay Mohler '18, Cristina Evans '18, and Helena Zirkle '20 (all in the back) participate in one of the orchestral performances

Music professor Randall Speer and six Randolph students recently participated in the Varna International Music Academy in Varna, Bulgaria, where they honed their skills and performed alongside musicians from around the world. Speer, Hailey Gilman ’21, Carly Stirewalt ’21, and Louisa Carlson ’20 completed a two-week choral and orchestral residency. In addition to the residency,... READ MORE >>