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A message from President Bateman

Randolph College banner in front of Main Hall

The following message was sent to the Randolph community on August 15.... READ MORE >>

A message from the president regarding Title IX

The following message was emailed to alumnae and alumni on August 12. Dear Alumnae and Alumni, Recently, several alumnae of the College have made allegations on social media that they were sexually assaulted while students at the College. These allegations are deeply troubling, and we thus felt that it was important to communicate directly with... READ MORE >>

Cohen to be featured on Harvard’s ‘Reading Greek Tragedy Online’

Amy R. Cohen

The next installment of Reading Greek Tragedy Online, run by Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies in partnership with Out of Chaos Theatre and the Kosmos Society, will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday.... READ MORE >>

Internship reconnects Randolph student with her hometown

Kayla Morris '22 spent two months this summer interning with the city of Clinton, North Carolina, her hometown.

As an intern with the city of Clinton’s Planning and Development Department, she’s worked to promote the city’s downtown through the Clinton Main Street Program.... READ MORE >>

Bullock published in special issue of peer-reviewed journal

Brad Bullock

The article considers the dynamics between religion and South Asian politics and follows work presented in Paris in 2018.... READ MORE >>

Beck writes about music cognition for “Child Art Magazine”

Sara Beck

In the article, How Do Scientists Study Music?, Beck and co-author Miriam Lense wrote about the intersection of music, psychology, neuroscience, education, and health... READ MORE >>

Randolph student’s passion for nonprofit work continues with internship

Avery Payne '21 volunteers at the Randolph Food Pantry in 2019.

This summer, Avery Payne is working as an education access and equity intern with the new nonprofit Greater Charlotte Area Mutual Aid. The organization was created with the goal of connecting members of the Charlotte community with the resources they need during the pandemic.... READ MORE >>

Warren presents at environmental studies conference, elected to board of directors

Karin Warren landscape

Warrin, who was elected to serve on the AESS board of directors for a second term in June, made two presentations, including “Connecting Campus and Communities for Climate Justice” and “Getting the Most of External Reviews: Before, During, and After.”... READ MORE >>

Media and culture professor’s work published

Jennifer Gauthier

The work of Randolph media and culture professor Jennifer Gauthier has appeared in two recent publications. Teaching World Cinema in Lockdown was included in the most recent edition of Oh, the Humanities, a monthly newsletter focusing on news and topics in the humanities. In it, Gauthier writes about her experiences teaching film remotely during the... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces change to fall semester plan

COVID-19 response

The simple truth is that we do not see the situation in our country improving before our campus opens to our full student body in a month’s time. Because of this, we are not confident the College would be able to remain in-person the entire semester without serious COVID-19-caused disruptions.... READ MORE >>

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