World-renowned diversity trainer Kesho Scott to speak at Randolph MLK service

Kesho Scott

Kesho Scott, an internationally renowned diversity trainer/consultant, activist, and award-winning author, will be the featured speaker at Randolph College’s annual service honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. The event is scheduled Monday, January 22 at 7 p.m. in Houston Memorial Chapel. During her visit to Randolph, Scott will also take time to meet and talk with... READ MORE >>

Randolph to celebrate campus diversity with UNITY project

UNITY project poster

The Randolph College community will use an interactive art project to promote and raise awareness about diversity this week. The Unity Project, which kicks off on Friday, consists of 32 posts, each with identifiers like “I speak English as a second language” or “I am a spiritual person.” Participants tie colorful yarn to posts that... READ MORE >>

Voices of Lynchburg speakers series discusses social justice

Economics professor John Abell helps local citizens create a community garden at nearby New Vistas School.

Randolph College will host the “Voices of Lynchburg” speakers series this spring to offer insight into the challenges and opportunities regarding poverty and social justice in the Lynchburg community.  Through presentation and dialogue, participants will seek to increase awareness and explore ways in which Randolph may positively influence the community through innovative solutions. This program is a collaboration between... READ MORE >>

The Princeton Review names Randolph College one of the top colleges in the nation…again

Photo of Randolph College flag

Randolph College is featured in The Princeton Review’s new 2015 college guide, The Best 379 Colleges. Randolph was named one of the best in the nation for professors receiving high marks, college theatre, and interaction among the diverse student body.... READ MORE >>