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Randolph cancels all classes for Feb. 1 due to inclement weather

The following message was sent to the Randolph community on Sunday, Jan. 31. Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff, Nothing starts off the spring semester like a snowstorm! Due to inclement weather and hazardous driving conditions, Randolph College’s campus will be closed on Monday and all classes, as well as in-person activities, are canceled. Staff who... READ MORE >>

Randolph welcomes Class of 2024 to campus

Randolph students were given the option of remaining off campus and online or living on campus. Classes for the spring semester will be a mixture of online, in-person, and hybrid, depending on the professor and class.... READ MORE >>

Read with Wanda WildCat this winter

Wanda Reads

The 30-minute virtual sessions, held every Tuesday in February, will feature Wanda and Randolph’s education professors, alums, and/or current students reading a book and introducing related activities families can do at home.... READ MORE >>

Randolph accepting nominations for Science Teaching Award

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Introduced in 2020 as part of the College’s SciFest, the award honors a high school science teacher who exhibits excellence in the teaching of science and contributes significantly to the lives of students, providing inspirational guidance and encouragement. The deadline for nominations is at midnight on Monday, Feb. 22.... READ MORE >>

Schwartz’s essay published in ‘Rewilding Earth’ anthology

David Schwartz

An essay written by David Schwartz, Randolph’s Mary Frances Williams Professor of Humanities, was recently published in the book Rewilding Earth: Best of 2019, a collection of essays, poetry, and photographs.... READ MORE >>

A message from President Bateman about the upcoming year

The following message was sent from President Bateman to the Randolph community on Jan. 22:  Dear members of the Randolph community, I write you today with a sense of optimism about the upcoming year. Despite the challenges continuing to face our college, nation, and world—and there are many—there are also many reasons for hope. And... READ MORE >>

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Randolph professor, students collaborate on podcast project

“The Perils of a Racist America: A Podcast by Randolph College” features 17 episodes, recorded by students, focusing on books about the Black experience.... READ MORE >>

A message from President Bateman about spring semester reopening

Dear Randolph community members, It is my sincere hope that all of you were able to take advantage of our winter break and relax and unwind after a difficult fall semester. I cannot express how proud I am of our community and how we came together to overcome challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces new chief diversity officer

Keesha Burke Henderson, who currently serves as the director of diversity and international students for Mount Mercy University, has been named Randolph College’s chief diversity officer and director of the Office of Identity, Culture, and Inclusion. ... READ MORE >>

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