The Power of Voice: Randolph grad opens up about challenges of overcoming stuttering

Carl Coffey poses in front of a bench on campus.

Coffey has made it his mission to raise awareness and start conversations about stuttering. ... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Natalie Clark ’23, ’24 MACSL

Natalie Clark '23, '24 MACSL

Clark studied media and culture at Randolph before enrolling in the Master of Arts in Coaching and Sport Leadership program. ... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Sam Hey ’24

Hey began working as an EMT for Campbell County Public Services last week. ... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Jenna Rozenboom ’24

Rozenboom is working as a family services specialist in child welfare for Roanoke County Social Services. ... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Tristian Palmer ’24

Next fall, Palmer will start Ball State University’s master’s program in biomechanics. ... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Marcela Izquierdo Poza ’24

Poza will continue her studies next year in Boston University’s Physics PhD program.... 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 >>

Randolph grad finds her niche on Capitol Hill

Jaelyn Evans ’22 is working as a staff assistant for the U.S. House of Representatives.... READ MORE >>

Randolph grad takes on new role, continues ongoing research project with the 500-Year Forest Foundation

Gabe Quintero ’23 is working as a field supervisor before transitioning into a forest coordinator role with the organization.... READ MORE >>

Meet the graduates: Cierra Cook ’23 M.A.T.

Cook has accepted a job teaching high school biology in Franklin, Virginia. ... READ MORE >>