Randolph students attend Alternative Break Citizenship School, receive certification

Wil Ridley '20 and Brittany Lundy '19 receive their certification from the Alternative Break Citizenship School

Two Randolph students were among the 90 participants from across the nation at the recent Alternative Break Citizenship School at the University of South Carolina Upstate. Brittany Lundy ’19 and Wil Ridley ’20, along with Assistant Dean of Students Michael Maningas, participated in the training, entitled “Reframing Disability: Communities of Independence and Self-Determination.” During the... READ MORE >>

Randolph College celebrates the Class of 2015

Students at graduation

With the weather alternating between sprinkles, warm sun, and overcast clouds, an audience of family, friends, faculty, and staff filled the Dell Sunday, May 17 for the 2015 Commencement ceremony. It was a celebration of endings and beginnings and a call for the graduates to use their leadership skills and passions to make the world... READ MORE >>

Randolph student recognized for community service

Photo of Curtis Weaver

A Randolph College sophomore has been recognized by the tri-state district of Kiwanis International for his leadership of Randolph’s community service club. Curtis Weaver ’17, the president of Randolph College Circle K, was inducted as a Lifetime Member into the Capital District Kiwanis Foundation during a recent district convention in Fairfax, Va. He was one... READ MORE >>

Randolph senior volunteers in Haiti

Photo of student volunteering in Haiti

“I believed that by helping people there, I could challenge myself, get new experiences, and have a better sense of my career choices while still doing good for others,” said Hailey Nguyen ’15.... READ MORE >>

Students volunteer at organic farm on alternative fall break

Photo of students volunteering

For several Randolph students, fall break meant rising early in the morning to harvest potatoes, pull weeds, and plant seeds.... READ MORE >>

Randolph students will package meals for the hungry on Earth Day

Randolph College students will package 10,000 meals for people in need on Tuesday, April 22. The College’s student government has partnered with Stop Hunger Now, a nonprofit group with a branch in Lynchburg, to package the food. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. in Gravely-Hampson Commons. Amanda Denny, the College’s director of leadership and... READ MORE >>

New fall break service trip available to students

Students at Randolph College can take advantage of a new kind of fall break experience beginning this weekend. The College is creating a new option for alternative fall and spring break trips, during which students will develop their leadership skills through service activities. This weekend, a group of students will travel to Camp Friendship, in... READ MORE >>

Physics Students Teach Cub Scouts the Science of Speed

Members of the Randolph College Society of Physics Students spent their Saturday morning with the Cub Scouts of Pack 48. They conducted a hands-on workshop, applying the lessons of physics to build faster Pinewood Derby race cars. A longtime scouting tradition, the Pinewood Derby challenges scouts to build a wooden race car from a standard... READ MORE >>

Randolph Students Volunteer to Stop Hunger

Randolph students were among the more than 100 students from area colleges who combined their manpower to take a bite out of world hunger Saturday. Students from Randolph, Lynchburg College, Central Virginia Community College and Sweet Briar College teamed up with Raleigh, N.C.-based Stop Hunger Now and Lynchburg-based Sacred River Productions at a benefit event... READ MORE >>