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Randolph honors mid-year graduates

2019 mid-year graduates

Nineteen winter graduates received their Randolph diplomas at the annual Mid-Year Graduation Luncheon Friday in Smith Memorial Building. Mid-year graduates included: Meredith Leigh Alwine (philosophy), Kirsten Leanne Arthur (psychology), Prince Charles (sport and exercise studies), Taylor Leanne Craft (sport and exercise studies), Caroline Leigh Czuhai (studio art), Samuel C. Hooper (psychology), Ericka Victoria Jacobs (biology),... READ MORE >>

Randolph ranked in top 75 for Forbes’ Top Colleges for Return on Investment—again

Graduates walk along the Red Brick Path on front campus

For the second time, Randolph College has been included in Forbes’ ranking for America’s Top Colleges for Return on Investment. Randolph ranked 75th out of the 199 institutions on the list for 2019, and was in the top 75 in 2018 as well. To compile its rankings, Forbes used its Grateful Graduates Index to measure return on investment. Forbes examined... READ MORE >>

Di Bei ’18 publishes first young adult novel in China

Di Bei holds a copy of her book

Even though Randolph College is over 7,000 miles from China, the campus and its traditions are the inspiration behind one of the newest young adult novels to hit Chinese bookstores. Di Bei ’18 is the author of 白马伶娜 (The Horse Ballerina), which tells the story of Dannie Cheng, a young ballerina with a passion for... READ MORE >>

A career in historic preservation law: Q&A with Janie Campbell ’12

Janie Campbell

Janie Campbell ’12 was a history major at Randolph and now works as a preservation consultant at the law firm of Rogers Lewis Jackson Mann & Quinn, LLC in Columbia, South Carolina. We recently asked her a few questions about her career, her graduate studies at the University of South Carolina, and what else she’s... READ MORE >>

Graduate outcomes: What’s next for the Class of 2019?

The Class of 2019 graduated in Smith Hall Theatre on Sunday, May 12. Here is what some of them will be doing next in their lives beyond the Red Brick Wall: Maya Wheeler Major: Environmental studies Working for the Peace Corps in Senegal “I was mostly interested in the environmental field and agriculture, so when... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Alexandra Uzdavinis ’19

Alexandra Uzdavinis

As we look back on Commencement, we’d like to share what some of our 2019 graduates are doing next! Alexandra Uzdavinis ’19 is a business major who is entering the corporate manager trainee program for the Sherwin-Williams Company. Here’s what she had to say about what’s next, and how Randolph prepared her for life beyond... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Marie Abowd ’19

Marie Abowd

As we look back on Commencement, we’d like to share what some of our 2019 graduates are doing next! Marie Abowd ’19 is an environmental studies major who has been hired as a paid diversity outreach intern for the Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Division of Soil and Water Conservation. Here’s what she had to... READ MORE >>

Commencement 2019 recap: Richmond mayor encourages graduates to pursue compassionate, equitable, and successful lives

Families, friends, faculty, and staff gathered on a damp Mother’s Day morning to celebrate Randolph College’s Class of 2019. Because of heavy rain, the May 12 ceremony was moved inside to Smith Hall Theatre. MORE COVERAGE OF COMMENCEMENT 2019 Levar M. Stoney, mayor of the City of Richmond, Va., served as keynote speaker for the... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Sherri Arthur ’19

Sherri Arthur '19

As we look ahead to Commencement, we’d like to introduce some of our 2019 graduates! Sherri Arthur ’19 is a communication studies major who has been hired as a communications and marketing associate for the YMCA of Central Virginia. Here’s what she had to say about what’s next, and how Randolph prepared her for life... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Quordel Carter ’19

Quordel Carter '19

As we look ahead to Commencement, we’d like to introduce some of our 2019 graduates! Quordel Carter ’19 is a sport and exercise studies major who will enlist in the U.S. Navy as a naval hospital corpsman. Here’s what he had to say about what’s next, and how Randolph prepared him for life beyond the... READ MORE >>