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Randolph to present Dog Sees God

Poster for Dog Sees God

When the curtains closed following the final scene in the first full rehearsal for Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, Lucy Kindstrand ’17 was overcome with emotion. It was in that moment Kindstrand realized her dream to direct her favorite play had come true. “This is exactly what I wanted,” she said. “My... READ MORE >>

Voices of Lynchburg speaker series to feature post-presidential election topics

Flyer for Voices of Lynchburg event

Randolph College’s Voices of Lynchburg speaker series returns this spring with a focus on post-presidential election life in America. Each event in the series is free and open to the public. The first speaker in the series is Scott S. Brabrand, superintendent of Lynchburg City Schools, who will visit Randolph Wednesday, February 15. Brabrand will... READ MORE >>

Randolph to host slate of Black History Month events

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Randolph College will sponsor and host several Black History Month events during February 2017. All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted. Events include:   February 10 4:30 p.m. Guest Artist Lecture and Performance: Awadagin Pratt Sponsored by Randolph College Music Department Diamond Hill Baptist Church   February 11 7:30 p.m.... READ MORE >>

Randolph presenting Fall Theatre Production, All My Sons

Photo from All My Sons

Randolph College will bring a thrilling tale of American realism to the Thoresen Theatre stage this fall. All My Sons opens Thursday, November 17, at 7:30 p.m. Written by American playwright Arthur Miller, the plot follows Joe Keller (played by John Ruml ’17), who has the quintessential Midwestern life: a white picket fence, cool drinks... READ MORE >>

Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College to present 25th Annual Berlind Symposium

Berlind Symposium poster

On Saturday, November 5, and Sunday, November 6, the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College will hold its 25th Annual Helen Clark Berlind Symposium in conjunction with the 105th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art: Threatening Beauty. The first Annual Exhibition was installed at the College in 1911, and it is the longest-running series of... READ MORE >>

Fall Driver Lecture to feature screening of Girl Flu, discussion with director Dorie Barton

Driver Lecture poster

Randolph’s 2016 Driver Lecture will feature a screening of the indie comedy Girl Flu Sunday, Nov. 6. The program, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 7 p.m. in Leggett 537. A discussion with the director, Dorie Barton, will follow. Girl Flu, which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival in... READ MORE >>

Voices of Lynchburg series continues November 2

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A spokesman for Rush Homes, a non-profit that helps Lynchburg citizens with disabilities find affordable housing, is the featured speaker in Randolph’s Voices of Lynchburg series this Wednesday, November 2. The program is free and open to the public and will be held in the Chandler Lounge of the Randolph College Student Center at 5:30... READ MORE >>

Contributing editor of Newsweek, senior editor of Slate magazine presents Thayer Lecture at Randolph

Dahlia Lithwick

Dahlia Lithwick, a contributing editor at Newsweek and a senior editor at Slate magazine, presented the fall Thayer Lecture at Randolph Tuesday, November 1 at 7:30 p.m. Lithwick made a timely presentation, entitled “The Supreme Court in the Balance: What We Know About the 2016 Term and the Election.” Drawing upon her experience reporting on... READ MORE >>

College reflects on history, looks to future at 125th Anniversary Convocation

President Bradley W. Bateman speaks during Randolph's 125th Anniversary Convocation.

Alumnae and alumni, current students, and leaders from throughout Randolph’s and R-MWC’s history gathered in Smith Hall Theatre Saturday for a culminating celebration of the College’s 125th anniversary. A procession of delegates from each decade of graduating classes as well as current faculty members filed into the theatre, and Gordon Steffey, the Barbara Boyle Lemon... READ MORE >>

International award-winning archaeologist to speak at Randolph

Roberto Nardi

Roberto Nardi, the director of the Centro di Conservazione Archaeologica (CCA) in Cabras, Italy and co-director of Randolph’s Archaeological Conservation Institute, will discuss the CCA’s award-winning research at Randolph College Monday, October 10. His presentation, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 5:30 p.m. in Leggett 537. Nardi and the CCA... READ MORE >>