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The Golden Girls: Two decades of travel bonds alumnae

After spending six weeks in Europe this fall, there was no rest for Judy Nicholson Frey ’64 when she returned to her Westport, Connecticut, home. “Two days after I got back, I had 14 people to entertain,” Frey said. “I filled my freezer with food before I left.” That’s just how it goes when you’re... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces new M.F.A. program in theatre

The program will launch this summer with the first of five week-long residencies on campus, followed by a one-on-one virtual mentorship with a faculty member. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph exceeds $25K Jessie Ball duPont Fund match on Giving Tuesday

More than 160 donors gave over $40,000 to Randolph College’s Annual Fund during Giving Tuesday on November 29, successfully unlocking a $25,000 match from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund.... READ MORE >>

Hailey Gilman ’22 conducts research on NSF-funded vessel 

STEMSEAS is a program that provides ship-based experiences for students aboard National Science Foundation-funded research vessels.... READ MORE >>

Horse sense: RISE grant helps earn Brandon Harrison ’23 therapeutic riding certification

The grant money will pay the costs involved in becoming fully certified through the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International.... READ MORE >>

History course explores Chinatowns in the United States

“We are having wonderful discussions about all aspects of the immigrant experience. This nation was founded by immigrant communities. They made fundamental contributions, and Chinese labor was key to the formation of this country’s infrastructure.”... READ MORE >>

In the limelight: Theatre course introduces students to basics of special effects, lighting, and sound

The familiar strains of Queen’s “Under Pressure” rang out in Randolph’s Lab Theatre, the overhead lights pulsing with the beat.... READ MORE >>

A conversation with President Sue Ott Rowlands

Ott Rowlands, Randolph’s 11th president, began her tenure July 1. She brings a wealth of experience and background in teaching and administration, with a keen focus on, and a successful track record with, student success.... READ MORE >>

Students analyzing the structure and evolution of viruses in special one-time course

Their work has focused on bacteriophage, viruses that infect and replicate only in bacterial cells.... READ MORE >>

Heather Godfrey Gaddis ’06 selected for prestigious English Language Fellow Program

Gaddis is currently in Lithuania in the midst of a prestigious 10-month fellowship with the U.S. State Department. ... READ MORE >>

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