class of 2014

Randolph alumnus using history, political science degrees to make a difference in healthcare industry

Will Dede

As a student at Randolph, Will Dede ’14 never felt a strong desire for a career in healthcare policy. However, he has always been interested in and cared about public policy, contemporary affairs, and, most importantly, helping people. Now in his job with Special Needs Plan (SNP) Alliance, he gets to do all of those... READ MORE >>

Senior Profile: Marielle Rando ’14

As Student Government president, Marielle Rando ’14 spoke at the Inauguration of Randolph College President Bradley W. Bateman.

Marielle Rando ’14 spent much of her time at Randolph learning about leadership. Serving as the Student Government president for the last half of her senior year was the perfect capstone. Rando initially did not run for the president position because she was studying abroad in Spain when elections took place, and she did not want to... READ MORE >>

Senior Profile: Shuang Li ’14

Shuang Li ’14 looks over jewelry advertising ideas with Biff Bowen, president of Bowen Jewelry Company, during her internship with the company in 2013.

Photography had nothing to do with her major or the job description for her first internship, but Shuang Li ’14 saw an opportunity to apply her interest in the art to her work for a jewelry store. Her determination to do that led to a job offer before she graduated. After Li’s graduation from Randolph... READ MORE >>

Senior Profile: Mike Ehilegbu ’14

Mike Ehilegbu

When Mike Ehilegbu ’14 wants to improve on something, he knows how to put in the time. As a result, he has improved as both a student and a basketball player during his four years at Randolph College. Clay Nunley, head men’s basketball coach, pointed out recently that Ehilegbu’s best grades have come even as... READ MORE >>

Senior Profile: Amy Jacobs ’14

Photo of Amy Jacobs and her horse

When Amy Jacobs ’14 was in high school, she took the initiative to start her own equestrian photography business. When she came to Randolph, she continued to show initiative by becoming involved in many leadership opportunities. Jacobs, who will graduate magna cum laude on Sunday, has served on the Macon Activities Council for four years,... READ MORE >>

Senior Profile: John Grundy ’14

John Grundy ’14 receives the Scholar Athlete of the Year award from Randolph English professor Dan Stiffler.

John Grundy ’14 was recruited to Randolph to play lacrosse, but he was determined to do much more. When he began college, he wanted to focus on learning more than he had in the past. John Grundy ’14 receives the Scholar Athlete of the Year award from Randolph English professor Dan Stiffler. “In high school,... READ MORE >>

Senior Profile: Kelsey Abell ’14

Photo of Kelsey Abell

Kelsey Abell ’14 started college thinking she would become an elementary school teacher. But for her, part of the beauty of the liberal arts curriculum was that she discovered a talent and interest in art that she had not realized before. Abell was one of several members of the Class of 2014 featured in Randolph... READ MORE >>