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Schedule

WildCat Weekend

Friday, September 16 – Sunday, September 18, 2022

As of 7/29/22

Events are open to all, except where noted.

 

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Friday, September 16

Information Center Available Main Hall Lobby

Campus Art Hunt Main Hall Lobby, Information Center

Curious about the art on campus? Pick-up a self-guided scavenger hunt anytime during the weekend to learn more. Work alone or with a group to complete the challenges. Register to win a Maier T-shirt.

5–5:30 p.m. Skeller Sing Student Center 1st Floor, Hampson Commons

Experience the friendly rivalry between the Odd and Even classes with a show of spirit through a lively

exchange of class songs. The Odd and Even rivalry goes back to at least 1913.

5–7:45 p.m. Dinner Cheatham Dining Hall (for purchase)

5:30–7 p.m. Alumnae & Alumni Board and Parents Council Reception President’s House (Private Event)

7 p.m. Men’s Lacrosse Alumni Game WildCat Stadium

Alumni players please gather at the shed by the stadium before the game to receive your jerseys. Fans can enjoy the match from the stands.

9–10:30 p.m. Star Party Winfree Observatory

Star gaze with us at the observatory. Refreshments will be served.

Saturday, September 17

Information Center Available Main Hall Lobby

Campus Art Hunt Main Hall Lobby, Information Center

Curious about the art on campus? Pick-up a self-guided scavenger hunt anytime during the weekend to learn more. Work alone or with a group to complete the challenges. Register to win a Maier T-shirt.

10:30 a.m.–12 p.m. President’s Brunch for Families Smith Memorial Building, Smith Banquet Hall (Registration Required by Aug.25)

President Sue Ott Rowlands invites parents and immediate families of current Randolph students to attend this complimentary brunch to learn about the opportunities available to Randolph students. Provost Elizabeth Perry-Sizemore ’97 and Dean of Students Chris Lemasters will offer tips for student success. This brunch will also feature academic work by Randolph students and informational tables about the Academic Services Center, Career Development Center, Center for Student Research, Counseling Center, leadership and service, and study abroad. Register by August 25. Space is limited.

11 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Brunch Cheatham Dining Hall (for purchase)

12 p.m. Volleyball vs. Johnson & Wales MAC, Giles Gymnasium

1–2 p.m. Alumni Association Annual Business Meeting Student Center 3rd Floor, Nichols Theatre

All alums are invited to join the Alumni Association Board for its annual business meeting followed by a college update from Randolph’s new president.

1–3 p.m. Parents Council Meeting Smith Memorial Building, Anne Jeter Ribble Lounge (Private Event)

1–4 p.m. Meet the Maier Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College

Follow an art scavenger hunt to discover what is mysterious and memorable about the museum. This self-guided activity includes selfie challenges and is fun for all ages. Register to win a Maier t-shirt.

1:30–2:30 p.m. Physics Phun for the Phamily Student Center 1st Floor, Hampson Commons

Faculty and students from the Department of Physics & Engineering will astound with a demo show.

1:30–3:30 p.m. Softball Alumni Game and Home Run Derby Softball Field

Cheer on your favorite players and alums as they compete for the win! Then buy a chance to swing for the fences and support our softball team. Winner announced at the soccer game.

4 p.m. Volleyball vs. Regent University MAC, Giles Gymnasium

4–5 p.m. Young Alumni Reception Maier Museum of Art (Private Event, Registration Required)

Young alums from the classes of 2011-2022 and a guest are invited to attend a reception with President Sue Ott Rowlands. Light hors d’oeuvres and complimentary drinks will be served.

4:30–7 p.m. WildCat Tailgate, Maier Parking Lot (Registration Requested) 

Join us for an afternoon of fun with giveaways, outdoor games, College swag from the Campus Store, an open-air cash bar, and an upscale tailgate menu for purchase (students swipe as a DH meal), all overlooking WildCat Stadium. From 4:30-5:30 p.m., mix and mingle with faculty from various academic departments, the Alumni Association Board, Diversity Office, Parents Council, and Residence Life.

5–7 p.m. Dinner Cheatham Dining Hall (for purchase)

6 p.m. Men’s Soccer vs. Shenandoah University WildCat Stadium

The National Anthem will be performed live by Chorale & Chorale Alumni Choir. An alumnae and alumni photo will be taken on the turf at half time.

8:30–9:30 p.m. Happy Hour Student Center 1st Floor, Hampson Commons (Adults 21+ only)

Join us after the soccer game for a free drink courtesy of Macon After Hours and some of your favorite appetizers while you mingle with fellow alumnae, alumni and current students before the DJ Dance Party!

9–11:30 p.m. DJ Dance Party Michels Plaza

Show off your best dance moves while enjoying a variety of beverages (cash bar), snacks, giveaways, and music. This event is sponsored by Macon After Hours and Randolph Programming Board.

 

Sunday, September 18

Campus Art Hunt Main Hall Lobby, Information Center

Curious about the art on campus? Pick-up a self-guided scavenger hunt anytime during the weekend to learn more. Work alone or with a group to complete the challenges. Register to win a Maier T-shirt.

11 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Brunch Cheatham Dining Hall (for purchase)

4 p.m. Women’s Soccer vs. Washington Adventist University WildCat Stadium

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