Leo Galopin

More than scratching the surface: Students test durability of antimicrobial materials

Leif Kvarnes and professor Peter Sheldon build a machine to test the durability of antimicrobial surface samples

If you’ve recently visited a public place such as a gym, an airport, or a doctor’s office, you might have noticed a rough texture applied to the door knobs, toilet handles, and other frequently touched surfaces. The special material is called an antimicrobial surface, and many businesses are now incorporating the self-cleaning technology to help... READ MORE >>

Student leaders represent Randolph at regional conference

Front row, L-R: Leo Galopin '20, Jdody Misidor ’21, Nokomis Daniels ’21; back row: Allen Vaytser ’20, Maddy Owens ’20, Brittany Lundy ’19, and Tori “Tea” Green ’19

Some of Randolph’s top community leaders attended the Active Citizens Conference at the College of William & Mary this weekend. Around 175 students, faculty, and staff from institutions in the area attended the event. At the conference, students learned about best practices for impacting their communities and how to mobilize social change. Randolph’s participants were... READ MORE >>