Bee Campus

Without pollinators such as bees, bats, and butterflies, most of the food humans and other animals consume today would be gone. According to a 2013 Randolph College Magazine Article, “honey bees are responsible for pollinating about one-sixth of the flowering plant species worldwide, as well as about 400 different agricultural plants.” On the 19th of… Read More Bee Campus

Green Alternatives to Feminine Products

Amanda Sims ’16 The average woman produces over 62 thousand pounds of garbage during her years of menstruating. Women predominantly use disposable tampons and pads, but there are many different sustainable options that are especially vital when it comes to waste on college campuses. There are many different alternatives to disposable feminine products including sponges,… Read More Green Alternatives to Feminine Products

Earth Day

By Amanda Sims ‘16 Earth Day Lunch in Dining Hall is renowned with blackened salmon, flavorful grilled sliders, and local barbequed chicken, but Dining Hall is not the only group celebrating. The Environmental Club held events throughout April to celebrate Earth Month. The 2015-2016 academic year is the first year since 2011 that the Environmental… Read More Earth Day

Women’s Lacrosse to Field Largest Team in School History: First­years bolster Wildcats LAX

By Anthony Hardy ’18 | October 2015 With nine returning players and 11 first-year student athletes, the Randolph College Women’s Lacrosse team has its largest, and possibly most talented, team in recent history. While Randolph-Macon Woman’s College (R-MWC) did have women’s lacrosse, Randolph College’s athletic director Tina Hill was not able to provide any information regarding the… Read More Women’s Lacrosse to Field Largest Team in School History: First­years bolster Wildcats LAX