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Dear Alumnae and Alumni,

Phebe Williamson Wescott ’78

Phebe Williamson Wescott ’78

When our world turns upside down, we want to hold on to those closest to our hearts.

Life has changed dramatically for all of us, and every day brings new information and new adjustments. Like you, we are trying to make sense of this “new normal” while we take care of our friends, families, and communities.

Our webpage will be re-designed with the goal of supporting, comforting, and connecting you with others. We will also provide resources to spark creativity and happiness.

In the meantime, we know you will approach these times in the spirit of vita abundantior by looking outward as well as within. We look forward to hearing your stories and seeing you on campus when we can all be together again.

#RandolphTogether

Vita abundantior,
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Phebe Williamson Wescott ’78
Director of Alumnae and Alumni Relations

Inspiration

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A Peaceful Walk Through Campus with Jim Duffy, senior associate director of admission

Students’ Creativity 

Museum and Heritage Studies Senior Exhibition
The first seniors to graduate with Randolph’s museum and heritage studies major revealed their final exhibition, “History and Heritage: Discovering the African American Experience at Lesesne Plantation.”

Symposium of Artists and Scholars
The Symposium is a celebration of student excellence, showing off students’ research and creative endeavors including internships, study abroad experiences, summer research, class projects, independent research, and senior capstone and honors projects.The event opens with a keynote talk by Dr. Doug Shedd: “Why Darwin Matters.”

Your Creativity

Share with us how you’re using your creativity during this physical distancing. Share in writing or through photos.

For the Caregiver

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Randolph activity pages for all ages:

Breathe

Reset Yoga Session – Led by Hannah Asher ’12

Smart Entertainment

Read

Beyond the Red Brick Wall Book Club

Log in to randolphconnect.com, click on groups in the left hand column
and select “Book Club.”  We are currently reading The Floating Feldmans.

Learn

  • Educational Zoom events are recorded and available on RandolphConnect!

View full online event schedule

How can we support you?

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Please visit Randolph Connect and post in the feed if you are job searching, house searching, etc…

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As traditional methods of engagement change, the Office of Alumnae and Alumni Relations remains committed to you. Please offer your thoughts, ideas, and feedback through this link. As always, vita abundantior!

How can you support your alma mater?

  • Refer  a student whom you think would be a good fit for Randolph
  • Attend a virtual event
  • Join a Reunion 2021 Committee (for classes ending in “1” or “6”)
  • Nominate an alumna for the Alumnae Achievement Award
  • Celebrate WildCat Wednesday by wearing your Randolph gear or black and yellow every Wednesday. Post a photo and tag #RandolphTogether
  • Support the Annual Fund before June 30

They Say

They say, that the red brick wall, and each ivy-covered hall,
And the tower standing tall, were put here for just you and me.
They say, that the love, and the friends we have made
Were put here for just you and me.
And from the day that we came to the day that we go,
What they say is so true, this we know.
They say, that the red brick wall, and each ivy-covered hall,
And the tower standing tall, were put here for just you and me.
They say, that the wall–, and each hall–, tower tall–,
Were put here for just you and me.

Songs of Randolph Macon Woman’s College, pg. 24

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