Tri-College Brings Chemists to Randolph College

By: Isaiah Freedman ’20 For more than the 30 years running, chemistry students from three colleges local colleges – Randolph College, Sweet Briar College, and the University of Lynchburg (formerly Lynchburg College) – have been meeting on annual basis for the Tri-College event. This spring, on April 17, the student chemists will be on the… Read More Tri-College Brings Chemists to Randolph College

Kids on Campus: Randolph’s KIC and SciFest Programs

By: Aaron Brown ’21 Randolph College has been proudly hosting Kids in College program, also known as KIC, for seven years. The program was established back in 2012 with the purpose of bringing 6th graders from Dunbar Middle School for Innovation onto campus to interact with Randolph students; specifically with Randolph students who are part… Read More Kids on Campus: Randolph’s KIC and SciFest Programs

Randolph Students Visit the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

By: Michelle Hamilton ’20 For the second year in a row, Randolph students were able to take part in an all-expense-paid, art-centered trip to Richmond this year. The trip, which took place February 2, was sponsored by Randolph alumna Mary Shockey, who attended Randolph from 1965-1969. Shockey is a staunch supporter of the arts and… Read More Randolph Students Visit the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Looking Back: Desegregation Through the Lens of R-MWC

By: Soleil Bourdon This coming graduation will mark 50 years since the first two African American women graduated from Randolph Macon Woman’s College. The 1960s were a tumultuous time in America, especially in the south. Civil Rights protests were happening throughout the region, including in Virginia, where a group of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College ( R-MWC) students… Read More Looking Back: Desegregation Through the Lens of R-MWC

Behind the Masks: Randolph Tackles Medea

by Sidney Easter ’21 Disclosure: The Greek play, Medea, is not based on the Tyler Perry character Madea, aka Mabel “Madea” Simmons of Madea Goes to Jail (2009), Madea’s Big Happy Family (2011), and Madea’s Witness Protection (2011) infamy. Perry’s Madea, as described by Saul Austerlitz in Another Fine Mess: A History of American Film… Read More Behind the Masks: Randolph Tackles Medea