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Michels Plaza graces cover of national architectural journal
The June edition of Landscape Architect and Specifier News includes a feature story about the recently constructed plaza at Randolph.
Teaching institute and science camp continue education research
Randolph students and professors are using hands-on activities to improve science education.
Randolph College recognized as one of the best in the nation
2015 Fiske Guide to Colleges includes Randolph in its newest edition

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Randolph College recognized as one of the best in the nation
2015 Fiske Guide to Colleges includes Randolph in its newest edition
Michels Plaza graces cover of national architectural journal
The June edition of Landscape Architect and Specifier News includes a feature story about the recently constructed plaza at Randolph.
Teaching institute and science camp continue education research
Randolph students and professors are using hands-on activities to improve science education.
Student research explores motivations and obstacles for volunteers
Abigail Smith ’15 hopes her Summer Research project will help more young adults to spend time serving others in their communities.
Randolph renames giving society in honor of former president
The Legacy Society has been renamed to honor William F. Quillian, the College’s fifth and longest-serving president.
Summer Research project explores dramatic structure and playwriting
Grace Gardiner ’15 is writing a full-length play as part of a Summer Research project.
Randolph College offers theatre and athletics summer camps
The College is offering camps in basketball, lacrosse, tennis, and horseback riding, as well as the popular WildCat Theatre Conservatory.
Phi Beta Kappa inductions
The day before Commencement, 14 members of the Class of 2014 were inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.
Students begin summer research projects
More than 20 students are doing research with Randolph faculty members in the 15th year of the Summer Research Program.
Randolph College celebrates the Class of 2014
The Randolph College community celebrated the success of more than 140 new graduates.
Randolph prepares for Commencement 2014
Several events are planned to celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2014. Commencement will begin Sunday, May 18, at 10 a.m. in the Dell.
Reunion 2014 a few weeks away
Many alumnae and alumni are coming back to spend time with their classmates, former professors, and other friends from May 29 – June 1.
Riders win at National Horse Show
Reynolds Martin ’15 won first place and Meaghan Hynes ’16 won third place in their respective competition categories at the IHSA National Horse Show.
Maier hosts senior art exhibition and presentations
The senior art exhibition opened with a reception Tuesday at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College. Seniors will present their art history research Thursday at 4 p.m., also at the Maier.
Randolph hosts Alliance Francaise lecture
The talk “From Charlemagne to Napoleon: writing history through art and war” will begin at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in Nichols Theatre.
Mavis Staples wows audience
Concert tops weekend of Inauguration festivities
Inauguration of Bradley W. Bateman
News & Advance coverage of the installation ceremony
Randolph College celebrates the Inauguration of Bradley W. Bateman
Bateman was formally installed as the College's 10th president
Inauguration of President Bradley W. Bateman
Randolph College will celebrate the inauguration of Bradley W. Bateman, 10th president of the College, beginning Friday with a symposium on the value of liberal arts education.
Model UN students win awards at national conference
Randolph College students won an honorable mention delegation at the National Model United Nations Conference, and six students earned position paper awards.

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