Randolph College Magazine
February 2010 - Vol. 1 No. 1
On the Cover
From the President
Reaching Great Heights
'63 alumna finds strength, deeper appreciation for life while conquering the Adirondack's high peaks.
Real World Experiences
Innovative preschool classroom on campus provides unique opportunity for Randolph College education majors.
WWRM streaming Randolph College to the world thanks to surge of student interest.
How Does Your Garden Grow?
Randolph College's organic garden is thriving, thanks to students.
From Garden to Table
Students turn harvest into business endeavor.
- Here Let Wisdom Rise
Randolph College launches exciting new student research opportunity.
- Maier Museum Features Faculty Art - "Teaching Begins Here"
Professor of Art Jim Muehlemann, Professor of Art Kathy Muehlemann, Adjunct Instructor Chris Cohen and Adjunct Instructor of Art and in Communication Studies David Kjeseth Johnson on display.
- Four Star Treatment
Randolph College Nursery School among 31 best in Virginia.
- Pay It Forward
$2.68 Million alumna bequest will create Mary Virginia Whiteside '44 Scholarship Fund.
- Field of Dreams
New field and track facility adds to overall college experience, brings community together.
- Sparking Interest in Science
Physics students hold workshop for area Cub Scouts
- Living Sociology
Professor Brad Bullock's research leads to service learning trip to St. Lucia, national publication.
- Game On!
Fun intramural program a winner with students.
- Not Your Mother's English Class
"Green Punks, Eco-Warriors, Bio-Ninjas, and Nature Nerds" brings environmental activism to first-year composition.
- Meet Randolph's Newest Trustees
Alison Keller Townsend '75, Mary G. Shockey '69, Barbara Niedland McCarthy '73, and Marian Phillips Mancini '81 assume seats on the Board.
- Ninth Annual International Photo Contest
Randolph College students and staff share travels, photography skills.
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