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2017 Berlind Symposium to feature artistic perspectives on mass incarceration

Berlind Symposium poster

According to the Prison Policy Initiative, since 1980 the number of prisons in the United States has quadrupled. The American criminal justice system holds more than 2.3 million people in 1,719 state prisons, 102 federal prisons, 901 juvenile correctional facilities, 3,163 local jails, and 76 Indian Country jails, as well as in military prisons, immigration... READ MORE >>

Gary Dop announces second book of poems, Earth Never Settles

Gary Dop

Gary Dop, English professor and director of Randolph’s M.F.A. program in creative writing, has announced that his second book of poems, Earth Never Settles, will be published by Red Hen Press. The title for the book, which will be released in 2020, is inspired by the final line of one of Dop’s poems. He is... READ MORE >>

Award-winning Jasper String Quartet to perform at Randolph

Jasper String Quartet

On October 20, Randolph College will host the internationally renowned Jasper String Quartet in a guest artist/faculty recital, with Randolph music professor Emily Yap Chua at the piano. The performance is free and open to the public and will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Smith Hall Theatre, inside Smith Memorial Building. Winner of the prestigious... READ MORE >>

Randolph ranked among ‘Colleges with Lowest Student Loan Debt for Parents’

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Randolph has been named one of the “Colleges with Lowest Student Loan Debt for Parents” in a list compiled by The Student Loan Report. Randolph was ranked number 160 out of 250 colleges and universities around the nation. Schools were ranked based on the average parent PLUS debt per student. The Student Loan Report covers... READ MORE >>

Randolph to host lecture by head of conservation at National Gallery, London

Poster for National Gallery, London speaker Larry Keith

Randolph College will host the head of the Conservation Department of the National Gallery, London on October 18 at 7:30 p.m. in Wimberly Recital Hall. Larry Keith, who has managerial responsibility for art handling, framing, and collection registrars, will give the lecture “Looking After the Past: Conservation at the National Gallery.” He will discuss the... READ MORE >>

Music professor Emily Yap Chua to perform at Otterbein University

Emily Yap Chua

Randolph music professor Emily Yap Chua is the featured pianist in a recital this Sunday, Oct. 1 at Otterbein University in Ohio. The event will take place at 2 p.m. in Riley Auditorium at the Battelle Fine Arts Center. Chua will perform works by Handel, Brahms, Lutoslawski, and Liebermann. Prior to the concert, she will... READ MORE >>

Kern brings computational chemistry experience to Randolph faculty

Jesse Kern

When students think about chemistry, they don’t typically consider the creative aspects of the subject. New chemistry professor Jesse Kern is hoping to show another side of the chemistry to his students. “I want to bring an open-minded, softer, and more flexible approach to studying chemistry,” Kern said. “It’s not necessarily all about the exact... READ MORE >>

Randolph College ranked #16 in nation for Green Colleges

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Randolph College is one of the nation’s most “green” colleges, according to rankings released Wednesday by The Princeton Review. Randolph ranked #16 in the nation and was one of only two schools in Virginia to make the list. The ranking was part of The Princeton Review’s Guide to 375 Green Colleges: 2017 Edition, which recognizes... READ MORE >>

Best Value Schools names Randolph among top 30 liberal arts colleges in the South

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Randolph was recently ranked 22nd in Best Value Schools’ list of the top 30 liberal arts colleges in the South. In its scoring, Best Value Schools considered national rankings, first-year retention rates, unique curriculum, membership in a college consortium, and historical significance of southern liberal arts colleges. The rankings only included colleges in Alabama, Arkansas,... READ MORE >>

Gauthier to present paper, serve as panelist at International Small Cinemas Conference

Jennifer Gauthier

Communication studies professor Jennifer Gauthier will present her paper, “Indigenizing Sci-Fi: Native Women Filmmakers Decolonize a Genre,” at the Annual International Conference on Small Cinemas at the University of the Basque Country in Bilbao, Spain. She will also serve on a panel with colleagues from New Zealand, California, and New York. In its eighth year,... READ MORE >>

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