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Meet the graduates: Emily Barcenas Perez ’22

Barcenas Perez will pursue the next step in her career at the University of Southern California Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry—a path that began when she was seven years old and accompanied her mother to orthodontic appointments.... READ MORE >>

Susan Stevens reflects on nearly three decades behind the Red Brick Wall

Susan Stevens

Stevens, Randolph’s Catherine E. and William E. Thoresen Chair of Humanities, is retiring this year. ... READ MORE >>

The Art of Life: Derrick Woods-Morrow ’12 uses artwork to open dialogue across the globe

The work of artist Derrick Woods-Morrow ’12 has taken him all over the world—from his native Greensboro, North Carolina, to New York’s Fire Island to Stockholm, Sweden, South African and the U.K. ... READ MORE >>

American Culture students examine reproductive justice work

Students in the American Culture Program got a firsthand look at reproductive justice work this spring, visiting with organizations in North Carolina and Georgia. ... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: James Greenfield ’21, M.A.T. ’22

Greenfield is about to embark on his dream job: teaching world history at a high school in Prince William County.... READ MORE >>

Environmental studies class takes a unique look at solutions for reducing plastic waste

Each student in Karin Warren’s Sustainability Principles and Practices course created a large-scale mosaic using plastic waste that was symbolic of a species or habitat either affected by plastic pollution or something that offers a solution to the problem.... READ MORE >>

Josh Bulavko ’22 pursues passion for Native American history with RISE grant

“I wanted to visit the landscapes that I read about,” he said. “The Black Hills, the Crazy Horse Monument, Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge Reservation, Little Bighorn National Battlefield, Devil’s Tower, and so much more.”... READ MORE >>

For the Love of the Game: New athletic director passionate about helping student-athletes grow–in sports and in life

Tom Galbraith compares a higher education institution to the hub of a bicycle wheel—each department is its own spoke working toward a common mission.... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Analise Presley ’22

Time in the lab at Randolph has given Analise Presley ’22 a leg up when she’s working in the field.... READ MORE >>

Student research highlighted during Symposium of Artists and Scholars

Randolph’s Symposium of Artists and Scholars, which brings together students from all academic disciplines to share their research and highlight some of the work they’ve produced while at the College.... READ MORE >>

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