Vita No. 13

In the limelight: Theatre course introduces students to basics of special effects, lighting, and sound

The familiar strains of Queen’s “Under Pressure” rang out in Randolph’s Lab Theatre, the overhead lights pulsing with the beat.... READ MORE >>

Heather Godfrey Gaddis ’06 selected for prestigious English Language Fellow Program

Gaddis is currently in Lithuania in the midst of a prestigious 10-month fellowship with the U.S. State Department. ... READ MORE >>

A helping hand: Alumna works to feed those in need in her native Sri Lanka

Like many across the world, Surani Dias ’81 found solace outdoors during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.... READ MORE >>

For the love of music: Beloved professor leaves enduring gift

Elaine Dahl St. Vincent loved music and sharing it with others. St. Vincent, who died in 2020, served on the College’s faculty from 1947 to 1980 and chaired the music department from 1957 to 1979, influencing hundreds of students. That legacy continues today with an estate gift from St. Vincent and her husband, Edwin, for... READ MORE >>

Choose-your-own-pace Greek courses offer flexibility to students

The courses are available year-round as eight sequential modules, worth one credit each, with the intention of appealing to students living anywhere in the world.... READ MORE >>

Why I Give: Jackie Hockersmith Roos ’09

“I give to the College because I know the lasting impact that place had on me as a person, and I think it’s important that the College is there to continue doing that work.”... READ MORE >>

Peter Sheldon wins national Society of Physics Students award

Physics professor Peter Sheldon gives a demonstration for the Physics Phun event during WildCat Weekend

Last week, he was named the Society of Physics Students’ Outstanding Chapter Advisor for 2022-23.... READ MORE >>

Randolph’s National Votes for Women Trail marker dedicated

The College’s legacy of political activism was recognized during a special ceremony. ... READ MORE >>

Summer catch: Daniel Bickey ’23 working as stadium operations intern for Colorado baseball team

“It’s given me the opportunity to go behind the scenes on the field and see everything that it takes to run a sports organization from a business perspective.”... READ MORE >>

Natalia Hernandez Berrios ’23 completes fellowship at Princeton

This summer, Berrios earned a spot as a Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute (JSI) Fellow at Princeton University.... READ MORE >>