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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 >>

Virtual Berlind Symposium to feature boundary-pushing photographers

From melting glaciers in the arctic to the magic of the desert plains, Randolph College’s 109th Annual Exhibition of at the Maier Museum of Art ponders the landscapes around us. “Time & Place: Water, Sky, Land” features work that goes beyond the boundaries of traditional photography.... READ MORE >>

CANCELED: Award-winning pianist to perform the work of female composers during concert

Roger McVey

Roger McVey, a piano professor at the Lionel Hampton School of Music at the University of Iowa, will perform the work of Wyn-Anne Rossi, Emma Lou Diemer, Libby Larsen, and Caroline Shaw, the youngest recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in Music.... READ MORE >>

'Physics of Superheroes' author to kick off 2020 Science Festival

In addition to author James Kakalios’s open class and keynote address, SciFest includes free Science Day activities for children, a LEGO League Junior Expo, Maker Faire Lynchburg, a Women in Science panel, a Poetry Jam Reading, Glow Stick Star Party and more. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph to welcome opera, musical theatre performer for guest artist residency

Scott MacLeod

Scott MacLeod, a voice professor at High Point University, will be a featured performer in Randolph’s next Guest Artist Series event on Saturday, Feb. 22. The concert is free and open to the public, and will begin at 3 p.m. in Wimberly Recital Hall, inside Presser Hall. MacLeod is a seasoned and versatile performer, teaching... READ MORE >>