Dop’s poetry published in ‘North American Review’

“North American Review” is the oldest literary magazine in the United States. ... READ MORE >>

MFA grad makes National Book Awards longlist in poetry

John Lee Clark’s “How to Communicate” also won the 2023 Minnesota Book Award for Poetry. ... READ MORE >>

Anthology edited by Randolph professor Laura-Gray Street gets NYT shout-out

English professor Laura-Gray Street, Celina Matthews '19, and Elsker look through some of the submitted poetry and artwork for their project.

Author Barbara Kingsolver included Street’s “A Literary Field Guide to Southern Appalachia” in a list of recommended reads focusing on the region. ... READ MORE >>

Laura Gray-Street edits two recently published journals

Laura-Gray Street

She co-edited the On Rivers issue of “About Place Journal” and the EcoArts Issue of “The Global South.”... READ MORE >>

A Shakespearean lens: Summer research using trio of plays to analyze Supreme Court confirmation hearing

Hannah Lambach ’24 and professor Mara Amster are working on the project together.... READ MORE >>

Students inducted into national, international honor societies

On Tuesday, Randolph students from a variety of academic departments were officially inducted into international, national, and College honor societies.... READ MORE >>

Kunz to present at F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference in Sweden this summer

She was recently awarded a Davidson Reassigned Time Award, an internal College award that will allow her to be relieved of one course during Session 2 next fall.... READ MORE >>

Street named Black Earth Institute Fellow

Laura-Gray Street

The institute was founded in 2004 as a progressive think tank dedicated to creating a more ethical world.... READ MORE >>

Isabelle Fenton ’24 explores passion for the arts through Lyric Opera of Chicago internship

The 10-week Donald P. Baiocchi Lyric Opera of Chicago Internship program allows Randolph students to gain hands-on experience in arts management and nonprofit fundraising while working for the Lyric’s development office. ... READ MORE >>

Pearl S. Buck Writers in Residence to read from work

Both Fran Wilde and Lesley Wheeler completed their residencies remotely last year and were unable to participate in any in-person readings, a hallmark of the College’s Visiting Writer Series. The Visiting Writers Series Relaunch & Reunion Reading Gala, featuring both Wilde and Wheeler, is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 22, at 8 p.m. in the Alice Ashley Jack Lounge.... READ MORE >>