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110th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art features work of trailblazing Black artists Faith Ringgold and Aminah Robinson

“Storytellers: Faith Ringgold + Aminah Robinson” opens Oct. 1. ... READ MORE >>

Borker Film Series returns for fall semester

Flyer for Borker Film Series

Randolph College’s 2021-22 Borker Film Series will begin on Sept. 28 with 1996’s Citizen Ruth.... READ MORE >>

U.S. News & World Report names Randolph one of the nation’s top liberal arts colleges

The College was ranked #141 in the 2022 edition of its “Best Colleges” guidebook. ... READ MORE >>

RESCHEDULED: Pianist Richard Masters to perform ‘fun, eclectic recital’ at Randolph

Richard Masters

Randolph College’s Guest Artist Series is returning—live and in person. Richard Masters, an associate professor of piano and collaborative piano at Virginia Tech’s School of Performing Arts, will perform in Wimberly Recital Hall at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 24. “We’re thrilled to return to live performances this year and opening the Guest Artist Series with... READ MORE >>

Jennifer Eberhardt, author of ‘Biased,’ to speak at Randolph College in October

Social psychologist Jennifer Eberhardt will speak about her 2019 book, Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice that Shapes What We See, Think, and Do, at Randolph College next month.... READ MORE >>

Pearl S. Buck Writers in Residence to read from work

Both Fran Wilde and Lesley Wheeler completed their residencies remotely last year and were unable to participate in any in-person readings, a hallmark of the College’s Visiting Writer Series. The Visiting Writers Series Relaunch & Reunion Reading Gala, featuring both Wilde and Wheeler, is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 22, at 8 p.m. in the Alice Ashley Jack Lounge.... READ MORE >>

Q&A with new faculty: Marie Zvosec

Zvosec is already familiar with life behind the Red Brick Wall; she’s been coming to the College as a visiting artist and adjunct professor since 2014.... READ MORE >>

Randolph faculty recognized as among best in the nation by Princeton Review

The Princeton Review has once again recognized Randolph’s faculty as one of the best in the nation—this time with a placement on its “Great List” for professor accessibility. The College also earned a spot on the Green Honor Roll and was included as one of the best schools in the region.  The 2022 edition of... READ MORE >>

Speer invited to conduct in Carnegie Hall this spring—and students can join him

Music professor Randall Speer recorded himself conducting with an accompanist to send to chorale and orchestra students, so they could record themselves performing along to the same master track. The video was shot from multiple angles to give each group a unique view.

Music professor Randall Speer has once again been invited to conduct in New York’s famed Carnegie Hall. This is the third time he has received the honor. On Friday, May 27, 2022, Speer will lead the New England Symphonic Ensemble and soloists in performing John Rutter’s The Falcon as part of MidAmerica Productions’s 2022 concert... READ MORE >>

Q&A with new faculty: Stephanie RiCharde

RiCharde, who is joining Randolph’s psychology department as a visiting assistant professor this fall, has worked as a mental health counselor and in emergency mental health, a job that required her to collaborate closely with law enforcement, the legal system, and emergency department staff.... READ MORE >>

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