Academics are the heart and soul of Randolph College, but experiences outside of the classroom make students’ years here unforgettable.
The 2011-12 academic year has been no exception. Every day, Randolph’s students and community members pursue their passions and embrace the richness that the liberal arts offer. Whether the experiences occur on the athletic field, on the stage, or as part of a co-curricular activity, they teach students that the life more abundant is about more than accolades, trophies, and acclaim. Vita abundantior compels us to find the balance between living in the moment and aspiring to greater things tomorrow.
This special report features in-depth coverage of a few breathtaking moments this year: a quiet lesson taught by Tibetan monks about the impermanence of life; the thrill of seeing three of our athletic teams achieve what some thought impossible; and the joy of watching students shine on the stage in a challenging musical production.
Life at Randolph is about doing the things you never imagined, working harder than you have ever worked, and knowing that giving up is not an option.
Vita abundantior is about embracing every moment and knowing that life is not about the destination, but the journey.
Making of a Musical
Fall production of Spring Awakening challenges student-actors
Tibetan monks create healing mandala during Randolph visit
Despite odds, men’s soccer team wins ODAC title
Men’s basketball team fights its way into ODAC Championship final
Softball team builds on last year’s surprising ODAC Championship run