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

What’s New at Randolph: Museum and Heritage Studies Major

By: Anna Smith ‘18 As the college continues to grow and enhance their academics, new majors are an exciting change to come to Randolph’s ever growing list of major offerings. Professor Campbell told me the story about how the Museum and Heritage Studies Major was initially meant to be a graduate program for students,  “A… Read More What’s New at Randolph: Museum and Heritage Studies Major

An Artful January at the Maier Featuring Faculty Works and a New Installation

By Morgan Osburn ’18 The Maier Museum has a lot on its schedule for the first few months of 2018. That’s nothing new. But the works featured in one of the two exhibits that open this weekend are fairly new. From Source to Surface: Works by Randolph College Studio Art Faculty showcases pieces by Randolph… Read More An Artful January at the Maier Featuring Faculty Works and a New Installation

Rewriting History? RC Removes Confederate Statue

By Brianna Williams ’19 August 12, 2017 reminded the U.S. that we still have some work to do when it comes to racism. Jason Kessler is the organizer of the “Unite the Right” rally that ended tragically in Charlottesville, Virginia that Saturday. The rally was organized because alt-right groups, along with the Ku Klux Klan, were… Read More Rewriting History? RC Removes Confederate Statue