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The financial viability of rainwater harvesting at the center of summer research project

Rainwater harvesting—the collection of run-off from a structure to store it for later use—can be a powerful tool in combating water supply problems, but questions still remain about its financial viability.... READ MORE >>

No longer invisible: Randolph student shines a spotlight on Asian-American filmmakers

This summer, Mengna Zhao ’23 is teaming up with media and culture professor Jennifer Gauthier to examine the work of Asian and Asian-American filmmakers as part of Randolph’s Summer Research Program.... READ MORE >>

‘Shakespeare isn’t scary’: Students strive to make the Bard’s work more accessible

This story is part of an ongoing series featuring the work of students and faculty participating in Randolph’s 2022 Summer Research Program. Isabel Stephens ’23 and Lily Tacke ’23 have bonded over their shared love of William Shakespeare during their time at Randolph. This summer, they’re immersing themselves in the work of the Bard, alongside... READ MORE >>

Endstation Theatre staging original play, ‘Buried Deep: The Lynchburg Pools’

Endstation Theatre Company, Randolph College’s professional theatre in residence, will kick off its 2022 season with the original play Buried Deep: The Lynchburg Pools later this month. ... READ MORE >>

Summer research focuses on Pearl S. Buck and U.S.-China relations during World War II

Buck, Class of 1914, started the East and West Association in 1942 to facilitate cultural exchange between Asia and the West. Her aim was to support the Allied war effort in Asia during World War II by creating a positive view of China, which was under Japanese occupation at the time.... READ MORE >>

Meet the Graduates: Meghan Chaffins ’21, M.A.C.S.L. ’22

Chaffins double majored in communications and sport and exercise studies as an undergrad before enrolling in the College’s one-year Master of Arts in Coaching and Sport Leadership program. She graduated last month and already has a job lined up as an assistant track and field coach at Regent University.... READ MORE >>

Into the woods: Students assess old-growth forests and carbon storage for summer research project

Their work is supported by funding from the 500-Year Forest Foundation and a grant from the Oak Hill Fund.... READ MORE >>

Students looking for a faster way to study benthic microalgal communities

Sarah Sojka and her students are studying benthic microalgae, an important part of the seagrass community, to see how they’ve been impacted by a seagrass restoration project on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. ... READ MORE >>

PHOTOS: Reunion 2022

More than 200 alumnae and alumni attended Reunion 2022 from June 2-5, 2022.... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Allie Fields ’22

Patience and understanding are values that have always guided Allie Fields ’22.... READ MORE >>

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