Thursday, May 28-Sunday, May 31, 2020
The Alumnae Achievement Award recognizes an alumna who personifies the value of a liberal arts education and who has brought honor to herself and to the College through her outstanding accomplishments. The 2020 Alumnae Achievement Award recipients who will be recognized at Reunion are Katy Colonna Worrilow ’80 and Jenny Sullivan Hubbard ’95.
How does the Maier Museum acquire, care for, and organize the College’s collection of art? What does a curator do? Go behind-the-scenes at the Maier and hear from experts in collections management and interpretation.
An opportunity to catch up, share experiences, and enjoy the company of your classmates. The Anne Jeter Ribble Lounge in Smith Memorial Building will be reserved for the 50th Reunion Class of 1970 throughout the weekend. The tent on front campus is open all weekend for class gatherings and reconnections. Coffee and conversation areas will be set up on both Friday and Saturday nights away from the music and dancing to offer a quieter venue to continue catching up with classmates.
Relive your classroom experience. Sessions are presented by faculty, staff, and fellow alumnae and alumni and are designed to pique your curiosity and interest. Session topics on both Friday and Saturday will include Randolph academics including experiences in today’s classroom and research, involvement in the many student extracurricular opportunities, the College’s sustainability program, and a not-to-miss panel of Class of 1970 Trailblazers sharing life’s lessons.
Visit Veritas Vineyard and Winery and enjoy lunch on the beautiful grounds surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains. Visit the crush pad, wine cellar, and barrel room while learning about basic wine making. Transportation, gourmet lunch, tastings, and tour are provided. (Pre-registration and an additional fee of $60 are required. Space is limited.)
Filiae Tuae translates to “your daughters” and is the name of the society of alumnae celebrating their post-50th Reunion. Each year, new alumnae are inducted into the society. This group is honored with a special seated luncheon with the President.
Learn why Randolph is consistently recognized as one of the top “Green Schools” in the country. Students, faculty, and staff are dedicated to improving the quality of life within the community without compromising the needs of future generations. Randolph has become a model for sustainable practices among small liberal arts colleges.
Each Reunion class will meet Saturday morning to elect class volunteers and discuss the class gift. This is a great time to visit with your classmates! Your commemorative class photo will be taken and photos will be mailed following Reunion. (Don’t forget to indicate if you wish to purchase the photo on your registration.)
Class Photo Schedule
Join President Bradley W. Bateman for this special occasion and toast the 2020 Alumnae Achievement Award recipients. The president will share a College update immediately followed by class gift presentations.
A highlight of the Reunion celebration–put on your dancing shoes and dance to the music of a live band under the stars on back campus.
Alumnae from the 50th Reunion Class have come together to create a special non-denominational service for Reunion participants. Enjoy fellowship and special music offered by the Alumnae and Alumni Choir.
Reunion weekend is about being together, sharing memories, and reaffirming lifelong friendships. Enjoy the scheduled Reunion activities, but take some time over the weekend to relax and reconnect with your classmates. Enjoy the beauty of campus under the tent where water and soft drinks will be available throughout the weekend. Live it up at the evening social events with live entertainment, beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages.
To make your experience on campus enjoyable, complimentary coffee and tea service will be offered at three residence hall locations and ice chests or refrigerators will be available on each floor of the residence halls.