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Randolph Theatre to present English professor’s original play via Zoom

Gary Dop not only adapted the script to comment on the state of politics but also our daily lives in the midst of a pandemic. The entire play has been re-staged for Zoom.... READ MORE >>

Virtual MARCUS conference to highlight work of undergraduate researchers

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A group of Randolph students will be discussing their summer research during the 22nd Mid-Atlantic Conference of Undergraduate Scholarship (MARCUS) this weekend. A celebration of student excellence that shows off research from a diversity of disciplines, MARCUS features oral presentations, narrated posters, and elevator speeches by more than 60 student speakers from across the United... READ MORE >>

Alumna’s foundation awards $30,000 grant to support SUPER

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Randolph College has been awarded $30,000 from the Barbara C. Noyes Charitable Foundation, Inc., to support the Annual Fund for Step Up to Physical Science and Engineering at Randolph (SUPER). Created in 2010, SUPER is a four-year program that provides scholarships to a select number of students each year. It includes academic services, tutoring, special... READ MORE >>

Randolph named one of the nation’s top green colleges

The College was included in The Princeton Review Guide to Green Colleges: 2021 Edition, which recognizes the 416 most environmentally responsible colleges in the nation. Randolph has been recognized by the publication for several years.... READ MORE >>

Department of Energy Internship brings Randolph senior one step closer to career goals

Jared Ruddock spent his summer interning with the Department of Energy.

Ruddock worked closely with the Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship Program, which provides educational opportunities for students to gain real-world, hands-on research experience with the Office of Fossil Energy.... READ MORE >>

Randolph political science major participates in Warner town hall

Amador-Hernandez was one of four Virginia students who participated in the town hall. In addition to posing their own questions to Warner, the student panelists also answered questions from those watching at home.... READ MORE >>

Message from President Bateman on the results of the student survey about spring semester

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Dear Students, I want to thank each of you who took the time to respond to the survey we sent out last Monday regarding next semester. More than 57 percent of students participated, which is extraordinary. Your input is appreciated by the COVID-19 Task Force as we work through our decision of what to do... READ MORE >>

Sheldon records lecture for College Board’s AP program

Physics professor Peter Sheldon gives a demonstration for the Physics Phun event during WildCat Weekend

Randolph College physics and engineering professor Peter Sheldon recently recorded an online lecture for the College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) program.... READ MORE >>

Bedford teacher receives inaugural Science Teaching Award from Randolph

Randolph College recently named Bedford teacher Angela Beasley winner of the inaugural Science Teaching Award from Randolph (STAR), which honors a high school science teacher who has contributed significantly to the lives of students and exhibits excellence in the teaching of science. The award includes a $1,500 stipend, as well as an additional $1,000 as... READ MORE >>

Greek Play to be presented live on Zoom

Greek Play

“Heracles & Deianeira” was moved to next fall due to the pandemic, but Cohen and her cast are presenting it via Zoom this weekend. ... READ MORE >>

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