New engineering course features X Prize-winning Edison2 car. Cover photo: Stephen Allman ’13 (foreground) and Justin DeSmith ’12 explore one of Edison2’s Very Light Cars during a class trip to the company’s Lynchburg headquarters.
From the President
Experiences shape the lives of Randolph students.
The Red Door
Student-run coffee shop offers organic brews and business lessons.
Randolph coaches use athletics to teach lessons that last a lifetime.
This is Randolph
Meet some of Randolph’s newest originals.
A Lifetime of Learning
Devotion to alma mater inspires long tenure of Dixie Nash Sakolosky ’68.
Honoring a Pioneer
Paul Irwin appointed to AWM selection committee for Humphreys Award.
Down to Business
Expanded degree program offers business students more classes, flexibility.
Remember the Dahlia
R-MWC hangout makes comeback as city’s newest gastropub.
Pay It Forward
Sally Maier Rowe ’67 and her husband Tom are major supporters of the Student Center renovation project.
Building for the Future
Student Center renovation begins to take shape.
Working for Memphis
Julie Huston Ellis ’71 recognized for efforts chairing charter commission
Climbing the Walls
Indoor rock climbing course offers fitness and challenge to students.
Randolph’s Top Chef
Dave Wasson’s recipe for success includes creativity and passion.
In Print: “Anybody Out There?”
Naomi Hollifield Ondrasek ’06 has article published in Berkeley Science Review.
Don Giles, Trustee
VMI alum finds family with R-MWC/Randolph experience.