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Tibetan lamas to build sand mandala at Randolph College

After an opening ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 13, in the south wing of Lipscomb Library, they will work daily from 10 a.m. to noon and 3 to 5 p.m. on the mandala. ... READ MORE >>

First day of classes: 2021

You’re never too old for first-day-of-school photos! Here are a few from our students (and our president) as they started class on Monday, Aug. 23.... READ MORE >>

Randolph welcomes Class of 2025

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STAR program shows first-year students how to thrive in college

The College’s Summer Transition at Randolph (STAR) program is designed to ease first-years’ adjustment to college through a mix of academics and social activities.... READ MORE >>

First-years get a jump-start on college life through Randolph’s SUPER program

SUPER scholars arrive on campus two weeks before their peers to get a head start on math and science courses, learn about services offered by the College to help them succeed in their field, and get acclimated to college life.... READ MORE >>

New documentary tells the story of The Maier

“From the Beginning: The Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College” details how the College built an innovative and distinguished collection of American art.... READ MORE >>

A story-driven approach: Emilie Bryant ’22 connects communities through museum work

Emilie Bryant '21

Emilie Bryant ’22 recently created interpretive materials for the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College exhibition “Beyond the Sound: In Memory of Sandra Whitehead” last spring. She’s continued her museum work with two internships this summer.... READ MORE >>

Evan Pausic ’21 awarded annual Academy of American Poets prize

Since its inception in 1955, the University and College Poetry Prize program has awarded cash prizes to nearly 10,000 student poets across the United States. This year, Evan Pausic ’21, who studied philosophy at Randolph, is joining their ranks. Pausic’s poem, Towards My Friend, the Moon, was recently recognized with the 2021 Charles and Fanny... READ MORE >>

‘A person who strives to make our communities better’: Ninfa Amador-Hernandez ’22 works with immigrant advocacy organization

Amador-Hernandez interned with Maryland-based CASA over the summer. ... READ MORE >>

Smith Hall projection system updated with help from GLCF grant

Campus beauty for general news stories

The 800-seat theatre is used for musical, dance, and theatrical performances, lectures, and concerts organized by Randolph faculty and students, in addition to community events.... READ MORE >>

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