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Randolph brings in over $45K during Giving Tuesday

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More than 150 donors gave over $45,000 to Randolph College’s Annual Fund during Giving Tuesday on November 30, successfully unlocking a $25,000 match from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund.... READ MORE >>

Randolph offering business mentorship program to students

A new Business and Economics Mentorship Program will match up current students with graduates who have found success in the business world.... READ MORE >>

Sands of time: Grain by grain, visiting lamas painstakingly create special mandala on campus

In Tibetan Buddhism, mandalas are geometric representations of an abode of a particular Buddha, created to serve as a center for intensive meditation after their completion.... READ MORE >>

Randolph’s pool facility completely revamped as part of MAC renovation

The new six-lane pool, a $1.85 million project, was the final stage in the roughly $7 million total renovation of the athletic center.... READ MORE >>

Code Ninjas: Internship allows two Randolph students to share passion for coding with young children

Terrell Rorie ’22 and Jaylan Thompson ’22 interned for Code Ninjas, a program where kids learn to code while building their own video games, this summer. As they gain new skills in coding, math, logic, and problem-solving, these students progress from a white to a black belt.... READ MORE >>

Gauthier featured in ‘The Chronicle of Higher Education’

In “The Student-Centered Syllabus,” Gauthier talks about how faculty have had to be more flexible in the wake of the pandemic and how she’s approached that in her classrooms. ... READ MORE >>

Treasured tradition: Randolph’s Greek Play takes center stage in the Dell

The play was staged in October in Randolph’s Mabel K. Whiteside Greek Theatre, after a nearly two-year journey that began with a virtual presentation on Zoom last fall. Between the two productions, actors came and went. Director Amy R. Cohen introduced a new translation of Sophocles’ text, and everyone involved dove deep into a beloved College tradition.... READ MORE >>

Randolph holds Monacan Indian Nation land acknowledgement ceremony

Monacan Land Acknowledgement

Randolph College honored a key part of its history Thursday during a land acknowledgement ceremony with the Monacan Indian Nation.... READ MORE >>

Randolph receives matching gift ahead of Giving Tuesday

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Thanks to the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, Randolph has once again received a matching gift ahead of Giving Tuesday. Annual Fund gifts of $500 or less will be matched by the foundation, up to $25,000, until the end of the calendar year. To count toward the match, gifts must be made online at www.randolphcollege.edu/givingtuesday. The... READ MORE >>

Randolph’s new esports coach takes the helm

“We were told that the University of Delaware wouldn’t have an esports program without Lucas. While he was working with the program there, they doubled the number of students who were involved. He has an ability to connect with faculty and staff while making connections in the gaming community as a whole.”... READ MORE >>

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