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“Tech cats” code at Randolph

Nikitha Prabhu (left) and Shiloh Mack test their lego robot at the Tech Cats Coding Camp on Wednesday at Randolph College. (Photo by Jill Nance)

By Katrina Dix, News & Advance Reprinted with permission Adults might glaze over if the conversation turns to programming, but children haven’t learned to be intimidated, making them the perfect students for Tech Cats Coding Camp. “You get kids interested in this stuff early … then they’re not going to blink,” said Katrin Schenk, who... READ MORE >>

Local children saddle up for Randolph’s summer pony camps

Camp volunteers help children saddle up.

On Friday, young equestrians participating in the second session of Randolph’s Pony Camp capped off a week of learning about all things equine by showing off their riding skills to parents, students, and Riding Center staff. The camp, which is open to ages 6-12, is designed to open the world of riding to children from... READ MORE >>

Randolph women’s basketball players work one-on-one with young campers

Photo of kids at basketball camp.

This week, Randolph’s women’s basketball players are back in the RAD Center gym working on fundamentals and team building. But instead of preparing for their own opponents, these student-athletes are focused on helping local girls. Women’s Head coach Allison Nichols, Assistant Coach Lindsey Sharman, and Randolph players Abigail Bullins ’16, Korin Harris ’17, and Rebecca... READ MORE >>

WildCat Theatre Conservatory enters third year

Photo of theatre students

More than 60 K-12 students will learn and practice theatre techniques over the next two weeks at Randolph College. The conservatory culminates in a showcase at 10 a.m. August 9 in Thoresen Theatre.... READ MORE >>