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Randolph joins Growth4VA initiative

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Randolph College has joined a growing coalition called Growth4VA, which aims to make Virginia colleges more affordable and encourages lawmakers to invest more into the state’s future workforce. Growth4VA is a function of the Virginia Business Higher Education Council and is a broad-based coalition that includes people from business, industry, and higher education working together... READ MORE >>

Randolph to present fall theatre production, The Sea Voyage

Cast and crew of The Sea Voyage

This Thursday, audiences are invited to set sail for a good time as Randolph’s theatre students perform the classic comedy, The Sea Voyage. Inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest, The Sea Voyage includes singing, dancing, shipwrecks, unexpected love, reunions, French pirates, castaways, a society of Amazonian women, and a little buried treasure. Written by John Fletcher... READ MORE >>

Randolph students attend statewide women’s leadership development summit

The five participating students from Randolph were (from left): Maida Choudhery ’20, Mayrani Chavez Garcia ’21, Lauren Appel ’20, Keyu Jin ’20, and Andrea Wilson ’20.

Five Randolph students were selected to attend the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges’ (VFIC) Women’s Leadership Development Summit November 7-9 in Richmond. The Summit was designed to empower young women. Selected students joined fellow VFIC students from across the Commonwealth for a three-day summit to hear from dynamic and inspirational corporate and civic leaders about... READ MORE >>

Molseed presents ‘Wikipedia in the Library Classroom’ at Virginia Library Association’s annual conference

Kelsey Molseed

Kelsey Molseed, a research & instruction librarian at Randolph, presented a session at the Virginia Library Association’s annual conference on October 24. Molseed presented “Wikipedia in the Library Classroom: Designing an Information Literacy Course around a Wikipedia-Editing Project.” The presentation was on an innovative project students complete for Randolph’s IST 141 “Library Research,” for which... READ MORE >>

Gauthier featured on NPR’s The Academic Minute

Jennifer Gauthier

On Monday, communication studies professor Jennifer Gauthier was a featured guest on NPR’s The Academic Minute. In the segment, Gauthier discussed modern news outlets and the other options that are available to consumers outside of the mainstream media. Since six major companies control 90 percent of the information and entertainment distributed in the United States,... READ MORE >>

Tick talk: Biology students research the spread of cat scratch fever through ticks

Eynnar Claros Chacon (left) and Allen Vaytser extract DNA samples in the lab

On a warm afternoon this spring, Eynnar Claros Chacon ’19 and Allen Vaytser ’20 ventured into the woods behind Randolph’s softball field. The two biology majors carefully combed the forest floor with “draggers”—long, white sheets coated with carbon dioxide—hoping their prey would take the bait. Sure enough, when they returned to Martin Science Building, the... READ MORE >>

Oh, baby: Local midwife Katie Stewart Page ’08 delivers 1,000th baby

Katie Stewart Page examines a patient at the Centra Medical Group Women's Center

For every professional accomplishment, Katie Stewart Page ’08 buys a new pair of shoes. The tradition started when she graduated from college and continued when she was hired for both of her jobs. However, when she delivered her 1,000th baby this summer, she broke tradition and celebrated by “delivering” a newborn from a cake. Page... READ MORE >>

Who let the paws out? Women’s soccer team gets up close and personal with furry friends at Lynchburg Humane Society

Hannah Overstreet pets cats at the Lynchburg Humane Society

Zoe Waring ’22 has always been a dog person. However, after meeting a cat named Gravy while volunteering at the Lynchburg Humane Society this spring, she had to rethink her preference for canines. “I think the reason I liked him was he was more of a cat-dog,” Waring said with a grin. “He was so... READ MORE >>

Developed and Disturbed: Three students curate their own exhibition for museum and heritage studies course

(From left) Sara Primm, Elisabeth Ayars, and Jordon Kirkpatrick

Tasked with co-curating an exhibition on American landscape art for her Curatorial Seminar course, Elisabeth Ayars ’19 perused Randolph’s art collection for inspiration. Initially, she was searching for works that were similar and cohesive. But it was the differences between the works that really stood out. “They were all made with different mediums, and they... READ MORE >>

Randolph to participate in international Giving Tuesday campaign December 3

Students pose in the Giving Tuesday photo booth during the day of giving in 2018

Randolph College will celebrate its fifth annual giving day on Giving Tuesday, December 3. Giving Tuesday is a globally recognized day of giving back, and follows the holiday shopping days of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. On this day, individuals worldwide unite their efforts for the benefit of the charitable causes that matter most to... READ MORE >>

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