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Symposium of Artists and Scholars set for April 29 and 30

The College’s annual Symposium of Artists and Scholars will shine a light on a wide range of topics this year—from the influence of stress on the brain to the robotization of the Winfree Observatory to the public art project Yarning for Unity. ... READ MORE >>

Alumnae Achievement Award winners announced

This summer, four outstanding graduates will receive one of the College’s highest honors, the Alumnae Achievement Award. This year, winners from 2020 and 2021 will be honored during a virtual ceremony on June 3. The winners include Louisa Branscomb ’71, Jennifer Sullivan Hubbard ’95, Elizabeth Owen ’91, and Katy Worrilow ’80. The awards are given... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces alumnae speakers for special Commencement ceremonies

Two alumnae of the College will serve as Commencement speakers during special in-person ceremonies for the Classes of 2020 and 2021.... READ MORE >>

Vita Abundantior – The Magazine of Randolph College – No. 10 – Spring 2021

Vita Abundantior – The Magazine of Randolph College Spring 2021 – Number 10 Contents: Health Center Director Ruby Bryant keeps Randolph healthy with a dose of creativity and hard work Counseling Center Director Jennifer Bondurant helps students adapt to college life in a pandemic TAKE2: One-of-a-kind academic model will better meet the needs of today’s students... READ MORE >>

Randolph professors find innovative ways to connect online and in-person students

This semester, Randolph professors were able to choose the method of instruction they were most comfortable with, be it in-person, online, or a mix of the two. Most who chose in-person instruction also opted to teach in a dual-delivery format, where online and in-person students attend class at the same time. ... READ MORE >>

New chief diversity officer Keesha Burke-Henderson brings experience, leadership, and commitment to students

Before embarking on a career in diversity and inclusion, Keesha Burke-Henderson worked as a communication lecturer—with a focus on culture, race, and gender—for more than 15 years. She also spent a portion of her college years as a professional, traditional African dancer, which taught her the importance of a global worldview. “I was living in... READ MORE >>

TAKE2: One-of-a-kind academic model will better meet the needs of today’s students

TAKE2 graphic

“Our faculty decided to ask why is this the system everyone in higher education uses?” said Gary Dop, an English professor. “And what if we decided to build our curricular model based on something that would allow our students to thrive?”... READ MORE >>

Health Center Director Ruby Bryant keeps Randolph healthy with a dose of creativity and hard work

Ruby Bryant

Ruby Bryant, director of Randolph’s health center and an RN, never knows when duty will call—especially during a pandemic.... READ MORE >>

Counseling Center Director Jennifer Bondurant helps students adapt to college life in a pandemic

Jennifer Bondurant

Jennifer Bondurant knew early on how crucial self-care would be for students during the spring semester.... READ MORE >>

A virtual trip down the rabbit hole: Randolph’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ available to stream online

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The production will be available to stream online from April 9-30.... READ MORE >>

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