Vita No. 12

The Art of Life: Derrick Woods-Morrow ’12 uses artwork to open dialogue across the globe

The work of artist Derrick Woods-Morrow ’12 has taken him all over the world—from his native Greensboro, North Carolina, to New York’s Fire Island to Stockholm, Sweden, South African and the U.K. ... READ MORE >>

Environmental studies class takes a unique look at solutions for reducing plastic waste

Each student in Karin Warren’s Sustainability Principles and Practices course created a large-scale mosaic using plastic waste that was symbolic of a species or habitat either affected by plastic pollution or something that offers a solution to the problem.... READ MORE >>

For the Love of the Game: New athletic director passionate about helping student-athletes grow–in sports and in life

Tom Galbraith compares a higher education institution to the hub of a bicycle wheel—each department is its own spoke working toward a common mission.... READ MORE >>

Ethically Speaking: Randolph team shows off skills at annual Ethics Bowl competition

The 2022 Ethics Bowl, held in January, revolved around pandemic ethics—leading to many thought-provoking discussions as the team prepared, arguing cases written by faculty advisors Kaija Mortensen and Jennifer Gauthier.... READ MORE >>

‘This Great Adventure’: Alumnus takes on new role behind the Red Brick Wall

As a young teen, Ludo Lemaitre ’11 had his future planned out. He’d attend a university in his native Belgium to study chemistry or environmental science. Then his father threw him for a loop, accepting a job offer in Northern Virginia. Although Lemaitre’s parents gave him the option to stay in Belgium to finish high... READ MORE >>

A More Abundant Life: Bradley W. Bateman leaves legacy of growth, transformation, and community

President Bradley W. Bateman gives his Convocation address

Bateman will retire in June after nine years as president.... READ MORE >>

A Rite of Passage: Earlie Hudnall, Jr. chosen to create presidential portrait

President Bradley W. Bateman decided to do things a bit differently, opting for a photograph instead of a painting.... READ MORE >>

Why I Give: Jane Meredith Wolf ’61

Tell us a little about your life today: Color me grateful! Midland, Texas has been home for 50 years, and I am grateful to be living on the campus of a fine retirement community right in Midland! I am grateful for good health so far; for early morning water aerobics; for the parish family of... READ MORE >>

Level Up: New esports coach builds community with growing Randolph team

“We were told that the University of Delaware wouldn’t have an esports program without Lucas. While he was working with the program there, they doubled the number of students who were involved. He has an ability to connect with faculty and staff while making connections in the gaming community as a whole.”... READ MORE >>

Randolph students create class zine for art history course

The project is a collaboration among the students in art history professor Lesley Shipley’s course Women, Art, Power.... READ MORE >>