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SciFest 2023 recap: Juggler Greg Kennedy, Science Day, Maker Faire, and more

Randolph College’s 2023 Science Festival ran from March 23-26.... READ MORE >>

Alumnae return for Women in Science Panel

Dr. Mary Betterton ’81, Caitlin Jones ’17, and Mehgan McCrickard ’03 discussed their careers and offered advice to current students.... READ MORE >>

Randolph’s Student Center ranked among the nation’s best

Randolph College’s Student Center has been named one of the 50 best in the United States by READ MORE >>

Jessica McIntosh ’16, ’20 M.A.T. wins Science Teaching Award from Randolph

McIntosh teaches environmental science and biology at E.C. Glass High School. ... READ MORE >>

Gabe Dudley ’23 to join elite drum corps this summer

Dudley will be on the road with Drum Corps International (DCI), a governing body for junior drum and bugle corps and producer of exclusive marching ensembles for student musicians and performers.... READ MORE >>

Randolph students to perform during Spring Dance Concert

The concert, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 7, will feature Mitchell Ngwenya ’25, Stephanie Swithers ’25, and Reese Cooper ’25.... READ MORE >>

‘Virginia Living’ magazine names Randolph one of its Top Schools & Universities

Randolph College has been named one of Virginia Living magazine’s Top Schools & Universities. The 2023 list appears in State of Education 2023, a special bound-in supplement included in the magazine’s April issue. The supplement also includes in-depth coverage of statewide news and trends in schooling, teaching, and extracurriculars. “When we look at innovation in... READ MORE >>

Josh Bowes ’23 pursues passion for global affairs with think tank internship, published paper

The Millennium Project is a global futures research think tank that connects futurist researchers around the world to improve global foresight.... READ MORE >>

Randolph marks 132nd anniversary with Founder’s Day celebration

The ceremony included remarks by President Sue Ott Rowlands, Student Government President Zeinab Elkhansa ’23, and Traditions Committee Vice President Amanda Jagdeo ’24. ... READ MORE >>

Tibetan filmmaker Ngawang Choephel to screen film at Randolph

“Ganden: A Joyful Land,” which documents the lives and memories of the last Tibetan Buddhist monks to study at the famous Ganden Monastery in Tibet, will be shown at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, in Nichols Theatre. ... READ MORE >>

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