April 2012 - Vol. 3 No. 3

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On the Cover

Randolph Magazine Volume 3 Number 3 April 2012Believe

After starting a program from scratch in 2006, Coach Bryan Waggoner led the men's soccer team to the 2011 ODAC Championship and deep into the NCAA tournament.

Read about this and other unique Randolph journeys in our Special Report (below).


From the President
Giving back to our community is a core value of the Randolph experience

Special Report: The Journey Starts Here

Academics are the heart and soul of Randolph College, but experiences outside of the classroom make students’ years here unforgettable.

Making of a Musical
Fall production of Spring Awakening challenges student-actors

Bestowing Blessings
Tibetan monks create healing mandala during Randolph visit (VIDEO, PHOTO GALLERY)

Despite odds, men’s soccer team wins ODAC title (VIDEO, PHOTO GALLERY)

No Regrets
Men’s basketball team fights its way into ODAC Championship final

Game On
Softball team builds on last year’s surprising ODAC Championship run

Featured Stories

It’s Worth the Fight
Battle with breast cancer teaches the power of courage and hope

Grounded in History
Grace Gary ’76 finds challenge—and a home—at Nemours Mansion

In Addition

Under One Roof
Newly renovated space enhances academic support services for students

Plan for Success
Tina Barnes dedicates career to helping students navigate college

Fulbright Scholar (Again!)
Jennifer Gauthier journeys to Canada to conduct First Nations film research

Test the Waters
RISE awards help students afford academic and creative opportunities

Dare to Dream
Stepping outside his comfort zone has opened new doors for Tory Brown ’13

’12 Primary Season
Karl Rove offers insight into upcoming presidential election

The Right Fit
Princeton Review author leads Heick Symposium on College Admissions

Mastering Chinese
Growing program uses a variety of techniques to help students learn

Pay it Forward: Legacy of Giving
John Landis has spent life helping students

The Randolph College Board of Trustees
Alison Keller Townsend ’75 extends passion for the environment into community life

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