Sabbatical at Sea
Professor Rick Barnes brings lessons learned during voyage back to Randolph. Barnes taught environmental psychology and sustainable community courses on the MV Explorer with the Semester at Sea program. He crossed the equator, got soaked with fish guts and hung out with Nobel Prize winner Desmond Tutu (who can be seen sporting a snazzy Randolph College t-shirt).
From the President
Looking back at the College's history in the struggle for Civil Rights.
Into the Woods
Ron Gettinger researches American beech tree nut production cycles
Kathleen Conti ’11 adds to public debate about Stalin’s role in WWII
Voices From R-MWC
President Emeritus William F. Quillian, Jr. releases new book
Randolph College Remembers December 14, 1960
On December 14, 1960, Mary Edith Bentley Abu-Saba ’61 and Rebecca Mays Owen ’61, along with four other local college students, struck a blow for civil rights in conservative Lynchburg, Virginia.
Randolph students volunteer to keep local program from being cut
The Write Stuff
The Jack, Randolph’s new online journal, showcases student writing
Recent renovations to library, Main Hall lobby improve student spaces
Lianna Carrera ’07 finds life in comedy on the road
New Spin on Golf
Nine-hole disc golf course fits Randolph to a tee
Consistent support impacts current students
Style & Substance
Psychology professor Beth Schwartz and colleagues pen student-friendly guide to APA style
Three preservation properties provide unique outdoor classrooms
Meet Randolph's newest faculty, coaches, and trustees.
Former governor of Vermont emphasizes the power of young voters
Taking Care of Business
Joan Smith brings smile, love of people to Randolph’s campus
Board of Trustees
Gail Waller ’71 Developed Passion for Constitutional Law During College Years