Avery Payne

American Culture Program explores ‘The Struggle for Native Lands in the American West’

Two students stand on an overlook of the desert

Photos by Victoria Goodman ’21 Last week, Randolph students got a first-hand look at religion, environmental justice, native lands, Wild West shows, native displacement, natural resource management, and native representation and popular culture during a trip to Utah. As part of the 2019 American Culture Program, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: The Struggle... READ MORE >>

Randolph opens food pantry to help community members who are food insecure

Student volunteers Madeline Owens '20 and Avery Payne '21 helped cut the ribbon for the official opening of the Randolph College Food Pantry on Wednesday.

Thanks to Randolph’s Community Fellows group and Park View Community Mission, a new campus food pantry is now open in Room 107 of Moore Hall. The pantry is intended to help any students, faculty, and staff in need. Food insecurity is a growing problem in the United States. One in eight Americans, or about 40... READ MORE >>