Hola, España! Randolph Spanish major studies abroad in Spain

One of the cathedrals Freedman visited during his trip

On his first day at the Cursos Internacionales for the University of Santiago de Compostela in Spain, Isaiah Freedman ’20 was exploring campus when he fell and injured his hand and sprained his ankle. Even though going to the hospital was not how he had hoped to begin his study abroad experience, it proved to be a valuable, real-life test for his Spanish conversation skills. “Communicating with the... READ MORE >>

Lauren Appel ’20 participates in national summit on nuclear weapons

Lauren Appel '20 leads an interest meeting at Randolph for the No Lost Generation Student Initiative

Lauren Appel ’20 was recently one of 15 college students from across the nation who participated in a weeklong program designed to develop the next generation of Catholic nuclear nonproliferation specialists and activists. The program was coordinated by the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame in cooperation with the... READ MORE >>

Lauren Appel ’20 studies foreign policy, business in Cuba

Lauren Appel '20 at the podium in a Cuban government building

As other students returned to Randolph’s campus to start the spring semester in mid-January, Lauren Appel ’20 was still in Cuba taking classes and learning about foreign investment and global integration at the University of Havana. Appel spent two weeks there during winter break as part of a special study abroad experience. In addition to... READ MORE >>

Randolph student creates campus group to aid refugees as part of internship with U.S. State Department

Lauren Appel '20 leads an interest meeting at Randolph for the No Lost Generation Student Initiative

This fall, Lauren Appel ’20 is helping spread awareness about the international refugee crisis through a special internship with the U.S. State Department. We asked her a few questions about the experience so far: What is your title/the title of the internship and what do you do? My official title for my internship is “No... READ MORE >>

Q&A with new faculty: Daniel Cooper

Daniel Cooper

Randolph College’s 2018-19 academic year is officially underway, and there are several new faces among the faculty. Spanish professor Daniel Cooper is one of the new additions: Where are you from originally and what is your background? I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. In 2007, I completed my B.A. at the University of... READ MORE >>

Randolph announces 2018 inductees for national, international honor societies

Spring flowers in front of the Engagement Tower and Moore Hall.

On Tuesday, Randolph students from a variety of academic departments were officially inducted into international, national, and College honor societies. Randolph’s 2018 inductees are:   Psi Chi (Psychology) Tyana M. Martinez Brittany M. Lundy Kaitlyn R. Hevey Abigail M. Pannill   Iota Sigma Pi (Women in Chemistry) Valarie N. Osei-Akyeampong Katie M. Jones   Phi... READ MORE >>