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Symposium of Artists and Scholars highlights wide variety of student research

Students explain their work at the poster presentation in the Hampson Commons

During the 2018 Symposium of Artists and Scholars on Thursday and Friday, Randolph students presented the results of various research projects on topics ranging from teaching strategies to environmental surveys to planning for a zombie outbreak. In its 10th year, the Symposium brings together students of all academic disciplines to share research results and highlight... READ MORE >>

Greek Play opens Friday

Director Amy Cohen helps Jordann Pruitt '19 put on his mask for the Greek Play.

UPDATE: Rain location for the Greek Play is inside the Houston Memorial Chapel. This weekend, Randolph students will continue a tradition that began at the College 107 years ago. This year’s production of the Greek Play, Aristophanes’ The Frogs, is part of Randolph’s special 125th anniversary celebration and will include a performance on Saturday during... READ MORE >>

125th anniversary festivities to conclude with multiple events October 8

Celebrating 125 Years - Randolph College

Randolph College’s 125th anniversary celebration will culminate with several special events on Saturday, October 8. The day begins with a 125th Anniversary Convocation ceremony at 10 a.m. in Smith Hall Theatre. The formal event will feature an academic procession recognizing graduate classes through the history of the College as well as a series of distinguished... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor awarded 2015 Outreach Prize from Society for Classical Studies

Photo courtesy of Society for Classical Studies

Amy R. Cohen, professor of classics and the Catherine Ehrman Thoresen ’23 and William E. Thoresen Chair of Speech and Theatre at Randolph College, has been awarded the 2015 Outreach Prize of the Society for Classical Studies. As both the driving force behind the Greek Play revival at Randolph and as the editor-in-chief of Didaskalia,... READ MORE >>

BuzzFeed: Historic Greek Play photos

Greek play photo

We collected many historic photos and images related to the ancient Greek dramas that have been performed on our campus.... READ MORE >>

3D printer helps make lifelike masks for Greek Play

Close up photo of 3D mask

Randolph College students got a head start on the Greek Play this week by beginning to build several theatrical masks with the help of cutting-edge 3D scanning and printing technology.... READ MORE >>

Internship helps physics student get started in 3D imaging business

Students working on 3D printing

Mark Patterson’s internship with a 3D imaging company has helped him discover his hopeful career. “I get to do anything with 3D scanning and 3D modeling,” he said. “It’s an ever changing world.”... READ MORE >>

Classics Professor Amy Cohen Wins Davidson Award

Associate Professor of Classics Amy Cohen is the 2009-10 recipient of the Katherine Graves Davidson Award. The honor was announced during Randolph College’s Convocation ceremony on September 1, 2009. The award is given annually to a full-time member of the Randolph faculty who has been outstanding in bringing distinction to the College. In presenting the... READ MORE >>