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A virtual trip down the rabbit hole: Randolph’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ available to stream online

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The production will be available to stream online from April 9-30.... READ MORE >>

Student work takes center stage during Spring Dance Concert

The work of three students and three guest artists—as well as one former WildCat—take center stage during Randolph’s 2021 Spring Dance Concert, which will be available to stream starting April 8.... READ MORE >>

Making it count: Randolph math professor finds success on YouTube

At the beginning of 2020, he had 1,000 subscribers, which grew to 50,000 by the end of that summer and continues to climb. At the end of March, he had more than 135,000 subscribers and was averaging 1.5 million views a month.... READ MORE >>

American Culture students presenting Reproductive Justice Symposium in April

Created by women of color and indigenous women in the 1990s, the reproductive justice movement draws attention to unlawful controls placed on minority women’s bodies and how they experience reproductive health discrimination differently than white women.... READ MORE >>

Historic markers dedicated in memory of alumnae

World renowned dancer Helen McGehee ’42 and her grandmother, painter Sallie Lee Mahood, Class of 1897, were recognized Friday during a dedication ceremony for historical markers erected in their names.... READ MORE >>

Randolph College holding virtual Women’s History Month event

Felicia Stewart, a professor of communication studies and chair of the Division of Social and Cultural Studies at Morehouse College, will close the event with a virtual lecture, “The Shared Strength of Mothers,” reflecting on women whose sons have been victims of police violence.... READ MORE >>

Randolph statement on violence against Asians and Asian Americans

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We must continue to embrace that history and support the Asian and Asian American members of our College family and beyond as we stand together against all acts of race hatred, discrimination, and violence.... READ MORE >>

History professor Selda Altan publishes work, presents at conference

Selda Altan

History professor Selda Altan presented “A French Muslim in Qing China: Gervais Courtellemont’s Travels in Yunnan and Chinese Muslims in French Colonial Policy-Making, 1900–1911” virtually during the Biennial Conference of the Historical Society of Twentieth-Century China over the summer. She wrote more about the topic for the Turkish history journal Toplumsal Tarih. Her article, “Yirminci... READ MORE >>

A message from President Bateman about the 2021-22 academic year

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March 22, 2021 – A message from President Bateman about the 2021-22 academic year... READ MORE >>

Virtual Science Festival to feature ‘Physics of Superheroes’ author

During “The Uncanny Physics of Superhero Comic Books,” James Kakalios will discuss how the stories can be used to illustrate fundamental principles of physics... READ MORE >>

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