Bringing the past to life: Professor, students team up to create an oral history of the College

Professor Gerry Sherayko, Tristan Gregory '25, and Maegan Lloyd '26 sit at a table, with papers in front of them and an iPhone on a tripod, which they use for their project interviews.

History professor Gerry Sherayko has wanted to conduct an oral history of the College for years. All he needed to make it a reality were the right students.... READ MORE >>

Kenaston presents essay at Business History Conference

“The Greatest Story: Commercial Radio and Religion in the American Century” was part of a panel at the 2024 conference in Rhode Island. ... READ MORE >>

Selda Altan shares research at University of Pittsburgh

Selda Altan

Selda Altan, assistant professor of history, spoke at the University of Pittsburgh as part of its Asian Studies Center Modern China Lecture Series this winter. She discussed a chapter from her forthcoming book, Chinese Workers of the World: Colonialism, Chinese Labor, and the Yunnan-Indochina Railway.      ... READ MORE >>

Transfer student Q&A: Tristan Gregory ’25

This is part of a series profiling Randolph College transfer students. ... READ MORE >>

Randolph celebrates 2023 mid-year graduates

Twenty-two students will receive their diplomas this winter— 17 undergraduates and five who have completed the Master of Arts in Coaching and Sport Leadership (MACSL).... READ MORE >>

College partners with Jones Memorial Library to explore legacies of slavery

“Lynchburg: Named” brought brought together Randolph and the Jones Memorial Library to explore the region’s legacy of slavery and fill in information gaps related to African Americans in Lynchburg. ... READ MORE >>

William Olichney ’24 uses RISE grant for immersive language program in Mandarin

Memories from his summer in Taiwan come quickly to William Olichney ’24.... READ MORE >>

Andi Curtis ’23 completes collections management internship before heading overseas for grad school

Curtis double majored in history and art history, with a minor in Renaissance studies, at Randolph. Now she’s preparing to start a masters program in medieval history at Swansea University in Wales.  ... READ MORE >>

Sherayko, Broughman selected to participate in Legacies of American Slavery Public History Institute

The institute will be held from July 30-Aug. 4 at Yale University.... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Tomi-Lauren McGinnis ’23

Tomi-Lauren McGinnis ’23 has accepted a job as tourism sales coordinator for Danville’s Office of Economic Development and Tourism.... READ MORE >>