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A recap of the year that was: Top headlines of 2019

As the year comes to a close, we have compiled a list of some of our top stories of 2019:

New Virginia Women’s Monument memorializes nine outstanding alumnae and faculty

The Virginia Women's Monument in Richmond, Virginia

The Virginia Women’s Monument in Richmond, Virginia

Massive renovation to the RAD Center begins, thanks to generous gifts from alumnae and friends of the College

Construction workers make improvements to the exterior of the athletics center

Construction workers make improvements to the exterior of the athletics center

Randolph receives $1.25 million grant in honor of Mamie Jolley Bruce ’44 to support Community Fellows program

Mamie Jolley Bruce

Mamie Jolley Bruce

Randolph sets second-highest fundraising record in College history for Fiscal Year 2018-19

Students pose in the Giving Tuesday photo booth during the day of giving in 2018

Students express their gratitude in the Giving Tuesday photo booth during the day of giving

Randolph hosts Lynchburg’s first-ever Freedom School with The Listening, Inc.

Nick George, founder and executive director of The Listening, Inc., reads from his poetry at the Freedom School.

Nick George, founder and executive director of The Listening, Inc., reads from his poetry at the Freedom School.

Anthony Fonnesu ’20 helps re-establish sister city connection as City of Lynchburg’s special ambassador to Reuil-Malmaison, France

Anthony Fonnesu works with a colleague at Schneider Electric

Anthony Fonnesu works with a colleague at Schneider Electric in Rueil-Malmaison, France

New, student-run Randolph College Step Team forms and livens up campus events

The Step Team performed a special routine at Randolph's Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Service in January

The Step Team performed a special routine at Randolph’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Service in January

Princeton Review ranks Randolph #18 in the nation for Most Accessible Professors

Religious studies professor Gordon Steffey meets with a group of students in the Student Center during his office hours

Religious studies professor Gordon Steffey meets with a group of students in the Student Center during his office hours

Students travel to Portugal, volunteer for food rescue project during alternative spring break

Students and staff pictured in Sintra, Portugal

Students and staff pictured in Sintra, Portugal

The cat’s out of the bag: Wanda WildCat gets a makeover 

Wanda WildCat poses in a student's room

Wanda WildCat poses in a student’s room on move-in day



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