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Borker Film Series returns for fall semester

Flyer for Borker Film Series

Randolph College’s 2021-22 Borker Film Series will begin on Sept. 28 with 1996’s Citizen Ruth.... READ MORE >>

Jennifer Eberhardt, author of ‘Biased,’ to speak at Randolph College in October

Social psychologist Jennifer Eberhardt will speak about her 2019 book, Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice that Shapes What We See, Think, and Do, at Randolph College next month.... 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 >>

Sandra Whitehead Memorial Lecture to focus on history of documentary photography

Laura Katzman, a professor of art history at James Madison University, will examine the history of 20th century documentary photography this weekend during the third Sandra S. Whitehead Memorial Lecture. The lecture, Picturing Puerto Rico under the American Flag: The Documentary Vision of Edwin and Louise Rosskam, will be livestreamed from the Maier Museum of... READ MORE >>

Class of 2020 returns for in-person Commencement ceremony

Change, and lessons learned, were a running theme during a special Commencement ceremony held for the Class of 2020 on Sunday.... READ MORE >>

Randolph’s Alumnae Achievement Awards to be held virtually June 3

Winners include Louisa Branscomb ’71, Jennifer Sullivan Hubbard ’95, Elizabeth Owen ’91, and Katy Worrilow ’80.... READ MORE >>

Commencement 2021 recap: Graduates celebrate accomplishments—and being together again

Eugenia Livings Welburn ’95 emphasized the importance of blazing your own path while addressing the Class of 2021 during a special Commencement ceremony on May 23. It’s something students are uniquely situated to do after facing the various challenges presented over the past year. “When you look back on your college experience, I am quite... READ MORE >>

A virtual trip down the rabbit hole: Randolph’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ available to stream online

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The production will be available to stream online from April 9-30.... READ MORE >>

American Culture students presenting Reproductive Justice Symposium in April

Created by women of color and indigenous women in the 1990s, the reproductive justice movement draws attention to unlawful controls placed on minority women’s bodies and how they experience reproductive health discrimination differently than white women.... READ MORE >>

Fiddler Andrew Finn Magill to perform virtually as part of guest artist residency

Magill will perform virtually on March 19, followed by a live Q&A with viewers. He’s also put together content for students in the Lynchburg City Schools strings program and will speak to the College’s B.F.A. Colloquium on March 18.... READ MORE >>