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Students visit Eastern Shore of Virginia for marine science field trip

Over several days, they assisted scientists at the University of Virginia’s Coastal Research Center with water quality monitoring.... READ MORE >>

Why I Give: Christina Hua ’11

“I give to Randolph because I am forever grateful for the financial support the College gave me and the opportunities it afforded me. I believe it is my responsibility to give back so that Randolph can continue to educate and inspire future generations.”... READ MORE >>

Tatum publishes chapter in ‘Academic Integrity in the Social Sciences’

Holly Tatum

Tatum and co-author Guy Curtis explore the role emotions play in students’ decisions to cheat and their responses to cheating after it has occurred. ... READ MORE >>

Vita Abundantior: Fall 2023

The Magazine of Randolph College...

Author and activist Angela Davis to speak during annual MLK Celebration

The event, which will be held at 5 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 22, in Smith Hall Theatre, is free and open to the public.... READ MORE >>

Randolph College partners with Latin Americans Working for Achievement

Trees on Randolph's front campus provide vibrant colors during the fall

The academic partnership will help Latino students from low-to-moderate-income families in the Charlotte, NC, region gain access to high-quality post-secondary career opportunities.... READ MORE >>

Randolph inducts first members into Alpha Alpha Alpha Honor Society

Tri-Alpha celebrates the academic accomplishments of first-generation college students,... READ MORE >>

Department of Performing Arts staging ‘Sense & Sensibility’ with a ‘youthful splash’

Performances are scheduled for Nov. 16-20. ...

First-generation student Q&A: Raquel Moreira ’26

“I know being a first-generation is hard, and you don’t really have anybody to go to for advice. But you got this. Someone has to be the first. If you ever need help, go to someone in the school system for advice.”... READ MORE >>

First-generation student Q&A: Gerry Sherayko

“Being a first-generation college student meant that a world opened to me that never would have happened without the opportunity to go to college.”... READ MORE >>

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