Tori “Tea” Green

Psychology majors present behavioral research at regional conference

Psychology students and faculty at the Carolinas Psychology Conference at Campbell University

On Saturday, April 13, eight Randolph psychology majors presented their research at the Carolinas Psychology Conference, held at Campbell University in North Carolina. Over the course of the fall and spring semesters, students conducted human and animal behavioral research in groups of two to three students. Each group gave a 15-minute oral presentation to an... 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 >>

Grab your graduation robes and crazy hats—March 20 is Founders Day

Seniors will wear their graduation robes (decked out in buttons) and funny hats to the ceremony

Randolph College will hold its annual Founders Day celebration Wednesday, March 20, at 5 p.m. by the front steps of Moore Hall. Founders Day is a tradition held each year in March to honor founder and first President William Waugh Smith. Seniors wear their graduation robes to the celebration, which includes a late-afternoon ceremony, a... READ MORE >>

Randolph president discusses value of respect, community in Convocation remarks

President Bradley W. Bateman speaks at Convocation

President Bradley W. Bateman delivered a message about respect and community as key ingredients for an abundant life Wednesday as Randolph College officially marked the beginning of the 2018-19 academic year with Convocation. The ceremony began with the traditional procession of faculty and seniors from Main Hall into Smith Hall Theatre. Also following tradition, seniors... READ MORE >>