Jennifer Dugan will present a talk in the 2015 Great Decisions lecture series on Thursday, February 12, in the Lynchburg Public Library Community Meeting Room at 3 p.m.... READ MORE >>
Author Corban Addison will give a public lecture at Randolph College on Monday, Dec. 1, from 7 – 8 p.m in Nichols Theatre.... READ MORE >>
Two Randolph students focused on sustainable food supplies in research projects this summer. Paul Rush ’16 worked on a project that would allow Randolph students to help feed people in need in the Lynchburg community. Hailey Nguyen ’15 investigated steps the College could take to improve sustainability of its own food services operations. Rush started... READ MORE >>
Over fall break, Youssef Elkei ’13 exiled a government leader, convinced a nation’s cabinet not to start a war, and was assassinated—all as a part of a government simulation at a foreign affairs conference. Elkei represented Randolph College in the Cornell International Affairs Conference (CIAC). He served as minister of justice in a mock Egyptian... READ MORE >>
Randolph College’s Model United Nations team continued its winning tradition at the annual National Model United Nations (NMUN) conference, April 17-21 in New York City. Randolph took home an Honorable Mention for Delegation Performance, the fifth year in a row the college delegation was am... READ MORE >>
LYNCHBURG – Nationally-recognized science journalist and author Eric Roston will kick off Randolph College’s second annual Symposium of Artists and Scholars April 17 at 1:30 p.m.
The symposium, which spotlights student and faculty research and projects from all areas of study, wi... READ MORE >>