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Izaiah Burgos ’24 spends summer working for sanctuary in South Africa

Burgos spent five weeks at ZA Cheetah Conservation Cheetah Experience in South Africa.... READ MORE >>

An aunt’s legacy and the unrelenting devotion of alumnae help bring Parwin Ahmadi ’27 to Randolph

In the days after the Taliban invaded Kabul in the summer of 2021, Parwin and her family were among the thousands of people who fled Afghanistan. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph remembers former President Kathleen Gill Bowman

Bowman, the eighth president of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 21. ... READ MORE >>

Welcome to Randolph: Largest first-year class in six years arrives on campus

Randolph welcomed its largest class in nearly six years this fall, a talented, diverse group that only adds to the momentum the College has experienced over the last year.... READ MORE >>

Keith Harvey ’22 named site director for the American Civil War Museum in Appomattox

Harvey majored in museum and heritage studies at Randolph. ... READ MORE >>

College partners with Jones Memorial Library to explore legacies of slavery

“Lynchburg: Named” brought brought together Randolph and the Jones Memorial Library to explore the region’s legacy of slavery and fill in information gaps related to African Americans in Lynchburg. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph relaunches campaign for the renovation of Martin Science Building

The College is relaunching its Science Matters campaign for the renovation and revitalization of the historic Martin Science Building with a special event in October. ... READ MORE >>

William Olichney ’24 uses RISE grant for immersive language program in Mandarin

Memories from his summer in Taiwan come quickly to William Olichney ’24.... READ MORE >>

Leaving books and beakers behind: Bill Bare earns photography honor

Bare’s photograph was recently accepted into the Academy Center of the Arts’ National Juried Photography Exhibition.... READ MORE >>

Students visit Eastern Shore of Virginia for marine science field trip

Over several days, they assisted scientists at the University of Virginia’s Coastal Research Center with water quality monitoring.... READ MORE >>

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