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

Looking-Good Lynchburg! Finding Style and Keeping up with Trends Downtown

By Shirin Mahdavi ’17 This season’s fashion trends are upon us. New York Fashion Week is held semi-annually for one week in September and February. The week consists of a series of events and runway shows that highlight designers and the up-and-coming trends in the fashion world. With this year’s February edition of New York… Read More Looking-Good Lynchburg! Finding Style and Keeping up with Trends Downtown

The Unique Appeal of El Camino’s South of the Border Fare

By Shirin Mahdavi ’17 Tucked away in a tiny building that looks like a cottage lies a truly authentic and delicious Mexican food experience.  El Camino is a hidden secret.  Located on Lakeside Drive in Lynchburg, this quaint spot is easy to miss. But anyone searching for some serious Mexican grub won’t want to pass… Read More The Unique Appeal of El Camino’s South of the Border Fare

Lynchburg the Land of Opportunity

By Mitch MacDonald ’17 “This internship has solidified my interest in health administration and will help me achieve a future career.” Throughout this fall, senior Business Major, Spencer Matthews has been interning with Centra Health Business Administration Department here in Lynchburg, Virginia. Matthews found this internship while working with Maegan Crews in the Randolph College Career… Read More Lynchburg the Land of Opportunity

Randolph Gets Downtown for Get! Downtown

By Morgan Osburn On September 9th, the city of Lynchburg held its annual Get! Downtown street festival. The event featured local businesses showcasing and welcoming college students to the downtown area, food vendors, musical performances, and lots of people walking around. Randolph was well-represented by students attending, participating, and mingling. Voices was the only college… Read More Randolph Gets Downtown for Get! Downtown