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Randolph to celebrate the Class of 2016 at Commencement Sunday

Randolph College Commencement Ceremony, May 17, 2015.

Randolph College will celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2016 in several events this weekend. About 142 students will receive bachelor’s degrees and approximately 10 will receive master’s degrees. On Saturday, the College will hold Baccalaureate, a celebration of faith and thanksgiving, at 11 a.m. in Houston Memorial Chapel. Randolph English professor Gary Dop... READ MORE >>

Christmas Vespers performance set for December 7

Photo of Vespers Concert

The 2014 Christmas Vespers includes Hildegard Von Bingen’s O Virga ac diadema and Bach’s Cantate No. 64.... READ MORE >>

Randolph ghost stories video

Photo from Ghost Stories video

Just in time for Halloween, here is a video that tells a few of the stories behind supposedly haunted parts of campus.... READ MORE >>

BuzzFeed: Historic Greek Play photos

Greek play photo

We collected many historic photos and images related to the ancient Greek dramas that have been performed on our campus.... READ MORE >>

BuzzFeed: 33 Pumpkin Parade designs that should go down in history

Pumpkin photo

Here is a collection of just a few of the many unique and well-done Pumpkin Parade carvings over the years.... READ MORE >>

Pumpkin Parade photo contest begins

Photo of pumpkins

Enter the Pumpkin Parade photo contest by sharing relevant photos on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter with the hashtags #pumpkinparade2014 and #randolphcollege.... READ MORE >>

Randolph College president urges self-reflection and honorable living

Photo from convoation

As the Randolph College community celebrated the official beginning of the 2014-15 academic year with Convocation Tuesday, Randolph President Bradley W. Bateman encouraged the students to live honorably. “You become a better person because your values are transformed, because you make a decision to become a better person,” he said.... READ MORE >>

Mom of three fulfills educational dream at Randolph

Cindy Ferguson

Cindy Ferguson ’13 has lived two blocks from Randolph College for nearly 20 years. When her children were small, she used to bring her family to have dinner on campus. “It was a great way to find babysitters,” she said. She never thought a degree from Randolph would be in her future. “I grew up... READ MORE >>