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Fiddler Andrew Finn Magill, collaborators to perform Aug. 31

Magill, a Fulbright fellow, has spent the last 20 years pursuing parallel careers in traditional Irish music, Brazilian choro, jazz, and American fiddle styles. ... READ MORE >>

COVID-19 Update and 2022 Fall Semester Policies

COVID-19 response

August 10, 2022: COVID-19 Update and 2022 Fall Semester Policies... READ MORE >>

History major gets firsthand look at historic preservation through Nantucket internship

William Olichney ’24 spent six weeks at Preservation Institute Nantucket, an internship funded for a Randolph student each year by A.J. and Lynn Land ’60, this summer.... READ MORE >>

WildCat Weekend set for September 16-18

The Homecoming celebration will be held from Sept. 16-18, with events ranging from a parents’ brunch to a young alumni reception.... READ MORE >>

Isabelle Fenton ’24 explores passion for the arts through Lyric Opera of Chicago internship

The 10-week Donald P. Baiocchi Lyric Opera of Chicago Internship program allows Randolph students to gain hands-on experience in arts management and nonprofit fundraising while working for the Lyric’s development office. ... READ MORE >>

Summer catch: Daniel Bickey ’23 working as stadium operations intern for Colorado baseball team

“It’s given me the opportunity to go behind the scenes on the field and see everything that it takes to run a sports organization from a business perspective.”... READ MORE >>

Randolph featured in 2023 ‘Fiske Guide to Colleges’

The 2023 edition of the guide praised how Randolph has evolved to remain relevant while preserving the best elements of its past.... READ MORE >>

Randolph professor Erin Heller publishes research

Biology professor Erin Heller recently published the article “Factors that affect migratory Western Atlantic red knots (Calidris canutus rufa) and their prey during spring staging on Virginia’s barrier islands” in PLOS One. The peer-reviewed journal, published by the Public Library of Science, covers primary research from any discipline within science and medicine. Heller conducted the... READ MORE >>

Natalia Hernandez Berrios ’23 completes fellowship at Princeton

This summer, Berrios earned a spot as a Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute (JSI) Fellow at Princeton University.... READ MORE >>

Students present about 2022 summer research projects

Students participating in the 2022 Summer Research Program presented the results of eight weeks’ worth of lab work, cultural and psychological studies, and environmental research. ... READ MORE >>

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