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February 13   Saturday
2 P.M. Love at the Maier Family Program: Venetian Valentines
Maier Museum of Art
Love at the Maier Family Program: Venetian Valentines - Create your own masterpiece for your valentine during the second part of the Love at the Maier celebration of art and artists, centered on the mood and aesthetics of Valentine’s Day, held in conjunction with the spring exhibition "Venetian Visions: Selections from the National Gallery, London."Admission: $4 Maier Members; $5 all others.
7:30 P.M. Guest Artist/Faculty Recital: David Tayloe, tenor, and Emily Yap Chua, piano
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
David Tayloe, noted for his “finely honed lyric tenor” voice, presents Schubert’s great song cycle, Die Winterreise.
7:30 P.M. Winter Theatre Production: "The Maids" by Jean Genet, directed by Pyin Bala '16
Lab Theatre (LG 203), Harold G. Leggett Building
Genet’s absurd drama is based on the actual murder of the wealthy woman and her daughter by their two maids, the Papin sisters. In the play, Claire and Solange are trapped in inescapable identities with limited conditions. Their role play rituals-taking turns at dressing up as their Madame and seeking revenge-are their only way to find freedom. Through the series of events, their fantasies and illusions get out of hand and later become reality. Tickets at randolphcollege.edu/tickets or 434-947-8562.

February 14   Sunday
7:30 P.M. Winter Theatre Production: "The Maids" by Jean Genet, directed by Pyin Bala '16
Lab Theatre (LG 203), Harold G. Leggett Building
Genet’s absurd drama is based on the actual murder of the wealthy woman and her daughter by their two maids, the Papin sisters. In the play, Claire and Solange are trapped in inescapable identities with limited conditions. Their role play rituals-taking turns at dressing up as their Madame and seeking revenge-are their only way to find freedom. Through the series of events, their fantasies and illusions get out of hand and later become reality. Tickets at randolphcollege.edu/tickets or 434-947-8562.

February 15   Monday
9:30 A.M. Open Campus Day
Randolph College Campus
Experience what it is like to be a Randolph College student for a day, open to prospective students and their families

February 16   Tuesday
6 P.M. Randolph Scuba Club Interest Meeting
Leggett 537, Harold G. Leggett Building
Randolph Scuba Club Interest Meeting. Come learn about Scuba at Randolph. If you're interested in diving or the underwater world, come find out more. Meet the folks from Black Pearl Scuba and the upcoming in-pool Discover Scuba class. Everyone welcome. No previous dive experience required.
7 P.M. Men's Basketball vs Emory & Henry College
Gym, Athletics and Dance Center

February 17   Wednesday
7 P.M. Women's Basketball vs Lynchburg College
Gym, Athletics and Dance Center
Go WildCats! Fill the stands with your fellow students. Our Women's Basketball team takes on local rival Lynchburg College.

February 19   Friday
1 P.M. Softball vs Greensboro College
Soccer/Softball Field, Athletics and Dance Center
2 P.M. Men's & Women's Tennis vs Ferrum College
Tennis Courts, Athletics and Dance Center
7 P.M. Endstation Theatre Company presents "The Whole Bunch"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
The play follows various characters through learning opportunities around smart food choices, kicked off by quirky cowboy Sam Sarsaparilla and his spunky sidekick Horseradish. The audience learns about the pure origins of farming, the introduction of chemicals and pesticides, and even witnesses a support group for produce featuring characters with personalities as funny as their names ­ Sweet Potato, Gary Garlic, Piney Apple, Betty Broc, and Russell Brussel. There are wisecracking gummy bears, a street­ gang of chicken nuggets and pop tarts, and a sad attempt at the football game “The Fruit Bowl.” The show will employ a professional chef, Marisa Jones, who will serve freshly prepared, locally grown food to the audience during the course of the play. The play is incredibly accessible for elementary­aged children to laugh, learn, and even challenge themselves to be a participatory audience member (there are several opportunities for raised hands and coming on stage for volunteers). The play uses humor to start an important dialogue that can then be continued by teachers, parents, and health advocates.
10:45 P.M. No Shame
Lab Theatre (LG 203), Harold G. Leggett Building

February 20   Saturday
2 P.M. Men's Basketball vs Washington & Lee University
Gym, Athletics and Dance Center
2 P.M. Endstation Theatre Company presents "The Whole Bunch"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
The play follows various characters through learning opportunities around smart food choices, kicked off by quirky cowboy Sam Sarsaparilla and his spunky sidekick Horseradish. The audience learns about the pure origins of farming, the introduction of chemicals and pesticides, and even witnesses a support group for produce featuring characters with personalities as funny as their names ­ Sweet Potato, Gary Garlic, Piney Apple, Betty Broc, and Russell Brussel. There are wisecracking gummy bears, a street­ gang of chicken nuggets and pop tarts, and a sad attempt at the football game “The Fruit Bowl.” The show will employ a professional chef, Marisa Jones, who will serve freshly prepared, locally grown food to the audience during the course of the play. The play is incredibly accessible for elementary­aged children to laugh, learn, and even challenge themselves to be a participatory audience member (there are several opportunities for raised hands and coming on stage for volunteers). The play uses humor to start an important dialogue that can then be continued by teachers, parents, and health advocates.
4:30 P.M. Women's Basketball vs Shenandoah University
Gym, Athletics and Dance Center
7 P.M. Winfree Observatory Star Party
Winfree Observatory
In the event of inclement weather, please confirm the event at www.randolphscience.org
7 P.M. Endstation Theatre Company presents "The Whole Bunch"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
The play follows various characters through learning opportunities around smart food choices, kicked off by quirky cowboy Sam Sarsaparilla and his spunky sidekick Horseradish. The audience learns about the pure origins of farming, the introduction of chemicals and pesticides, and even witnesses a support group for produce featuring characters with personalities as funny as their names ­ Sweet Potato, Gary Garlic, Piney Apple, Betty Broc, and Russell Brussel. There are wisecracking gummy bears, a street­ gang of chicken nuggets and pop tarts, and a sad attempt at the football game “The Fruit Bowl.” The show will employ a professional chef, Marisa Jones, who will serve freshly prepared, locally grown food to the audience during the course of the play. The play is incredibly accessible for elementary­aged children to laugh, learn, and even challenge themselves to be a participatory audience member (there are several opportunities for raised hands and coming on stage for volunteers). The play uses humor to start an important dialogue that can then be continued by teachers, parents, and health advocates.

February 21   Sunday
1 P.M. Men's & Women's Tennis @ William Peace
Away Game - Other Location
2 P.M. Endstation Theatre Company presents "The Whole Bunch"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
The play follows various characters through learning opportunities around smart food choices, kicked off by quirky cowboy Sam Sarsaparilla and his spunky sidekick Horseradish. The audience learns about the pure origins of farming, the introduction of chemicals and pesticides, and even witnesses a support group for produce featuring characters with personalities as funny as their names ­ Sweet Potato, Gary Garlic, Piney Apple, Betty Broc, and Russell Brussel. There are wisecracking gummy bears, a street­ gang of chicken nuggets and pop tarts, and a sad attempt at the football game “The Fruit Bowl.” The show will employ a professional chef, Marisa Jones, who will serve freshly prepared, locally grown food to the audience during the course of the play. The play is incredibly accessible for elementary­aged children to laugh, learn, and even challenge themselves to be a participatory audience member (there are several opportunities for raised hands and coming on stage for volunteers). The play uses humor to start an important dialogue that can then be continued by teachers, parents, and health advocates.

February 23   Tuesday
7 P.M. Film screening "Dear White People"
Nichols Theatre, Student Center

February 24   Wednesday
1 P.M. Softball vs Averett University
Soccer/Softball Field, Athletics and Dance Center
8 P.M. Anne Spencer Poet in Residence
Alice Ashley Jack Room, Smith Memorial Building
Anne Spencer Poet in Residence Reading: Eduardo C. Corral

February 25   Thursday
7:30 P.M. Clippings
Lab Theatre (LG 203), Harold G. Leggett Building

February 26   Friday
2 P.M. Men's & Women's Tennis vs Southern Virginia University
Tennis Courts, Athletics and Dance Center

February 27   Saturday
10 A.M. Open House
Randolph College Campus
A one-day open house for prospective students and their families. For more information or to register, please contact Admissions at admissions@randolphcollege.edu or call 434-947-8100.
11 A.M. Venetian Visions Symposium "Sacred and Poetic Landscapes in Venetian Renaissance Painting" - Lecture by Susannah Rutherglen
Maier Museum of Art
Susannah Rutherglen serves as Exhibitions Research Assistant at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. She received her Ph.D. from Princeton University in 2012 and is lead author of the collaborative volume In a New Light: Giovanni Bellini's "St. Francis in the Desert." Lecture will be followed by a discussion moderated by Andrea Campbell, Randolph professor of art history and curator of Venetian Visions. Refreshments provided.
1 P.M. Men's & Women's Tennis vs VA Union
Tennis Courts, Athletics and Dance Center
2 P.M. Venetian Visions Symposium “A Masterly Madonna: Cima’s Virgin and Child from the National Gallery, London” - Lecture by Peter Humfrey
Maier Museum of Art
Peter Humfrey is Emeritus Professor of Art History at the University of St Andrews, where he taught from 1977 until his retirement in 2012. He is the author of numerous publications on Italian Renaissance art, including monographs on Cima da Conegliano (1983) and Titian (2007), and an introductory survey of Painting in Renaissance Venice. He has served on the committees of several major international loan exhibitions, including at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. He was co-author of the catalogue of the Age of Titian exhibition, held at the National Gallery of Scotland in 2004, and was guest curator of the exhibition Of Heaven and Earth: Five Hundred Years of Italian Paintings from Glasgow Museums, which toured seven venues in North America in 2013-15. In 2005 he received the award of Cavaliere dell'Ordine della Stella della Solidarietà Italiana for services to Italian culture.

Humfrey is considered the world's leading scholar on Cima da Conegliano. Two works by Cima da Conegliano are included in the Maier Museum's exhibition, Venetian Visions: Selections from the National Gallery, London (on view through March 31, 2016).

Lecture will be followed by a discussion moderated by Andrea Campbell, Randolph professor of art history and curator of Venetian Visions. Refreshments provided.

February 28   Sunday
11:30 A.M. Mellotones Steel Drum Band
Cheatham Dining Hall, Cheatham Dining Area
7:30 P.M. Winter Showcase
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
Featuring student instrumentalists, vocalists, and music ensembles.

March 1   Tuesday
12:30 P.M. Softball vs Southern Virginia University
Soccer/Softball Field, Athletics and Dance Center
6 P.M. Women's Lacrosse vs SVU
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center

March 2   Wednesday
3 P.M. Men'sTennis vs Washington & Lee University
Tennis Courts, Athletics and Dance Center
5 P.M. Men's Lacrosse vs Ohio Northern University
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
5:30 P.M. Voices of Lynchburg Series (PP)
Anne Jeter Ribble Lounge, Smith Memorial Building

March 3   Thursday
3 P.M. Women's Tennis vs Sweet Briar College
Tennis Courts, Athletics and Dance Center

March 5   Saturday
12 P.M. Women's Lacrosse vs Goucher
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
1 P.M. Men's & Women's Tennis vs Hartford College
Tennis Courts, Athletics and Dance Center
7 P.M. Men's Lacrosse vs Huntingdon College
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center

March 7   Monday
3:30 P.M. Men's Lacrosse vs Bethany College
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center

March 9   Wednesday
1 P.M. Women's Lacrosse vs Medaille College
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
7 P.M. Lynchburg Bird Club
Martin 315, Martin Science Building

March 13   Sunday
1 P.M. Softball vs Salem College
Soccer/Softball Field, Athletics and Dance Center

March 14   Monday
6 P.M. Science Festival Pi Run and Kids' Pi Run
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
Join us for a 3.14 mile fun run and pie for all! Free and open to the public. Checkout www.randolphscience.org for more details in January.

March 15   Tuesday
7 P.M. Men's Lacrosse vs Southern Virginia University
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center

March 16   Wednesday
7 P.M. Women's Lacrosse vs Marymount
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
7:30 P.M. Heritage Ensemble presents "Flavor in the Marrow"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
The Randolph College Heritage Ensemble presents the 21st installment of Hiawatha Johnson, Jr’s Flavor Series. The program will feature Pan African prose and poetry enhanced by music, movement, and theatrics. Music this year will include the work of Tramaine Hawkins, Janet Jackson, James Brown, Jill Scott, and The Winans. Poetry and prose will include the work of Maya Angelou, Mari Evans, Anne Spencer, Langston Hughes, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Admission is FREE for Randolph College students, and $5 for the general public. Thoresen Theatre - Harold G. Leggett Building.

March 18   Friday
3:30 P.M. Men's Tennis vs Hampden-Sydney College
Tennis Courts, Athletics and Dance Center
7:30 P.M. Heritage Ensemble presents "Flavor in the Marrow"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
The Randolph College Heritage Ensemble presents the 21st installment of Hiawatha Johnson, Jr’s Flavor Series. The program will feature Pan African prose and poetry enhanced by music, movement, and theatrics. Music this year will include the work of Tramaine Hawkins, Janet Jackson, James Brown, Jill Scott, and The Winans. Poetry and prose will include the work of Maya Angelou, Mari Evans, Anne Spencer, Langston Hughes, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Admission is FREE for Randolph College students, and $5 for the general public. Thoresen Theatre - Harold G. Leggett Building.

March 19   Saturday
10 A.M. Randolph Admitted Students Day
Randolph College Campus
An open house for admitted students and their families Call 434-947-8100 or e-mail admissions@randolphcollege.edu for more information
1 P.M. Women's Lacrosse vs Lancaster Bible
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
7:30 P.M. Heritage Ensemble presents "Flavor in the Marrow"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
The Randolph College Heritage Ensemble presents the 21st installment of Hiawatha Johnson, Jr’s Flavor Series. The program will feature Pan African prose and poetry enhanced by music, movement, and theatrics. Music this year will include the work of Tramaine Hawkins, Janet Jackson, James Brown, Jill Scott, and The Winans. Poetry and prose will include the work of Maya Angelou, Mari Evans, Anne Spencer, Langston Hughes, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Admission is FREE for Randolph College students, and $5 for the general public. Thoresen Theatre - Harold G. Leggett Building.

March 20   Sunday
2 P.M. FlipBook Family Program
Maier Museum of Art
FlipBook Family Program - Led by artist and educator Kristin Reiber Harris, participants will draw a series of self-portraits as different characters such as super heroes, historical figures, etc. to create a small book. The pages of the book will be divided in to the faces, bodies, and legs of each self-portraits so they can be flipped to create various combinations. Participants will then write about how they would act/feel as each one of these versions of themselves. Please register at museum@randolphcollege.edu. Admission(at the door): $4 Maier Members; $5 All Others.
3 P.M. "The Quincy Armstrong Show" written and directed by Teresa Harris (PP)
Smith Hall Theatre, Smith Memorial Building
Black History with a twist! The second installment of the Quincy Armstrong Show includes interviews with a variety of prominent historical figures from various historical periods. The show also features special musical performances.

March 21   Monday
7 P.M. Friends of Rivermont Annual Meeting
Maier Museum of Art

March 22   Tuesday
4 P.M. Women's Lacrosse vs Hollins University
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center

March 23   Wednesday
1 P.M. Softball vs Lynchburg College
Soccer/Softball Field, Athletics and Dance Center
7 P.M. Men's Lacrosse vs Ferrum College
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
8 P.M. Reading by Holly Goddard Jones (PP)
Alice Ashley Jack Room, Smith Memorial Building
Reading by Holly Goddard Jones

March 25   Friday
10:45 P.M. No Shame
Lab Theatre (LG 203), Harold G. Leggett Building

March 26   Saturday
11 A.M. Women's Lacrosse vs Carthage College
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
12:30 P.M. Men's & Women's Tennis vs Emory and Henry College
Tennis Courts, Athletics and Dance Center

March 29   Tuesday
1 P.M. Softball vs Roanoke College
Soccer/Softball Field, Athletics and Dance Center

March 31   Thursday
7:30 P.M. Science Festival Keynote: "Physics of Piano" by Nick Giordano
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
Free and open to the public. No tickets are required.

April 1   Friday
11:30 A.M. Open Class with Keynote
Martin 315, Martin Science Building
Please contact Peter Sheldon (psheldon@randolphcollege.edu) to reserve your space since space is limited. Free and open to the public.
2 P.M. Voice Master Class
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
Dr. Nicholas Perna and Dr. Mandy Spivak work with student vocalists in master class.
2:30 P.M. Center for Student Research Open House & Women in Science Reception
Main Other Area, Main Hall
Visit the Center for Student Research. The Center is the hub for student research and creative endeavors in all subjects, not just science. Drop by to see our space, to see displays of student research, and to meet the Women in Science Panelists. Refreshments will be served. Free and open to the public.
3 P.M. Women's Tennis vs Hollins University
Tennis Courts, Athletics and Dance Center
3:30 P.M. Women in Science Panel - 125th Anniversary Celebration: A History of Science Careers
Nichols Theatre, Student Center
Learn how our science alumnae have succeeded in their fields. Come if you are interested to hear successful women scientists, but come especially if you are considering going into a career related to science. Reception and refreshments will be served at the Open House (previous event). Free and open to the public.
7 P.M. Speaker Nicolas Perna "Spectral Visualization of Singing Voice Acoustics"
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
7:30 P.M. Guest Artist Recital
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
8 P.M. A Scientist Goes to the Movies: Jurassic World
Nichols Theatre, Student Center
Dr. Doug Shedd, Professor of Biology will show and share commentary on the science in the movie "Jurrassic World". Free popcorn for all! Free and open to the public.

April 2   Saturday
10 A.M. Randolph Admitted Students Day
Randolph College Campus
An open house for admitted students and their families Call 434-947-8100 or e-mail admissions@randolphcollege.edu for more information
11:45 A.M. Science Day for 3rd - 6th graders and teachers
Gym, Athletics and Dance Center
Participants will be led through a series of 30 minute fun, hands-on activities. T-shirt, snack, and certificate of completion are given to all participants. This event is free, but requires pre-registration (opens 1/15/15) since space is limited.
12 P.M. Softball vs Virginia Wesleyan College
Soccer/Softball Field, Athletics and Dance Center
12 P.M. Science Day Fun for Little Scientists
Nursery School
Ages: 3-7 years old. Child must be accompanied by a parent at all times. The event is free, but requires pre-registration (after 1/15/16) since space is limited. www.randolphscience.org
6 P.M. Poetry Reading and Competition Awards
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
Reception will be from 6:00 - 6:15, and awards and reading of all finalists from our K-12 science-based poetry competition will be from 6:15 - 7:30. Finalists and details will be posted on the website www.randolphscience.org and the mobile app. Refreshments will be served. Poetry submissions are due February 13 and finalists will be announced on March 20. Free and open to the public. Any K-12 student may submit a poem at any time through 2/13!
7:30 P.M. Guest Artist/Faculty Recital
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
Guest Artist/Faculty Recital: Mandy Spivak, soprano, and Emily Yap Chua, piano, with Nicholas Perna, tenor
8:30 P.M. Glowstick Star Party
Winfree Observatory
Come view the heavens! Rain or shine; if there is cloud cover, we will still show off the equipment and view a slide show. Refreshments will be served. Glowsticks will be available for all. Free and open to the public.

April 3   Sunday
9 A.M. Junior FIRST LEGO League Regional Competition
Houston Memorial Chapel
1 P.M. Drop-in Science Activities
Martin Science Building
Robots, lasers, and local companies and organizations will be on hand with interesting activities. Do not miss the Non-Newtonian Fluid Pool and the Drone Races! Free and open to the public.
1 P.M. Science Festival Petting Zoo and Bouncy Houses
Front Campus Lawn, Outdoor Areas
Petting Zoo is 1:00 - 3:00 pm for all ages (including College students) Bouncies are 1:00 - 3:00 pm for children and 3:00 - 4:00 pm for College students only
2 P.M. Science Saturdays Reception
Martin 415, Martin Science Building
This event is for students who participated in our Science Saturdays program, and for anyone interested in learning more about the program. We will recognize our Science Saturdays Scholars at this time.
3 P.M. Softball vs Randolph-Macon College
Soccer/Softball Field, Athletics and Dance Center

April 6   Wednesday
4 P.M. Women's Lacrosse vs Ferrum College
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
7:30 P.M. Visiting Archaeologist Stephen Mandel "The Blackfriary Community Heritage and Archaeology Project"
Leggett 537, Harold G. Leggett Building
Speaker Stephen Mandel, Director of the Irish Archaeology Field School will give a lecture entitled "The Blackfriary Community Heritage and Archaeology Project - a new model for site preservation and community engagement in heritage."

April 7   Thursday
8 P.M. Randolph College Annual Spring Dance Concert
Smith Hall Theatre, Smith Memorial Building
Annual Spring Dance Concert Smith Hall Theatre 8 pm April 7-9, 2016 Children under 12 - FREE Students - $4 with ID General Admission - $8 Works by guest choreographers including Take Ueyama, Brynt Beitman, Dominique Angel. These performances will also include faculty and student choreography.

April 8   Friday
3 P.M. Men's & Women's Women's Tennis vs Randolph Macon College
Tennis Courts, Athletics and Dance Center
8 P.M. Randolph College Annual Spring Dance Concert
Smith Hall Theatre, Smith Memorial Building
Annual Spring Dance Concert Smith Hall Theatre 8 pm April 7-9, 2016 Children under 12 - FREE Students - $4 with ID General Admission - $8 Works by guest choreographers including Take Ueyama, Brynt Beitman, Dominique Angel. These performances will also include faculty and student choreography.

April 9   Saturday
10 A.M. Randolph Admitted Students Day
Randolph College Campus
An open house for admitted students and their families Call 434-947-8100 or e-mail admissions@randolphcollege.edu for more information
1 P.M. Men's Lacrosse vs Hampden Sydney College
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
8 P.M. Randolph College Annual Spring Dance Concert
Smith Hall Theatre, Smith Memorial Building
Annual Spring Dance Concert Smith Hall Theatre 8 pm April 7-9, 2016 Children under 12 - FREE Students - $4 with ID General Admission - $8 Works by guest choreographers including Take Ueyama, Brynt Beitman, Dominique Angel. These performances will also include faculty and student choreography.

April 10   Sunday
3 P.M. Student Recital
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall

April 12   Tuesday
7 P.M. Men's Lacrosse vs Lynchburg College
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center

April 13   Wednesday
5:30 P.M. Voices of Lynchburg Series (PP)
Anne Jeter Ribble Lounge, Smith Memorial Building
6 P.M. Women's Lacrosse vs Shenandoah University
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
7 P.M. Lynchburg Bird Club
Martin 315, Martin Science Building
8 P.M. Visiting Writers Series: Cathy Smith Bowers
Alice Ashley Jack Room, Smith Memorial Building
Visiting Writers Series: Cathy Smith Bowers

April 14   Thursday
7:30 P.M. Spring Theatre Production "Once Upon a Mattress"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
Music by Mary Rodgers; lyrics by Marshall Barer; book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, and Dean Fuller You may think you know “The Princess and the Pea,” but this musical reveals the real shenanigans behind the Hans Christian Anderson tale. Tickets at or 434-947-8562.

April 15   Friday
7:30 P.M. Spring Theatre Production "Once Upon a Mattress"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
Music by Mary Rodgers; lyrics by Marshall Barer; book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, and Dean Fuller You may think you know “The Princess and the Pea,” but this musical reveals the real shenanigans behind the Hans Christian Anderson tale. Tickets at or 434-947-8562.

April 16   Saturday
9 A.M. Wildcat Invitational
WildCat Stadium Track, Athletics and Dance Center
1 P.M. Men's & Women's Tennis vs Shenandoah University
Tennis Courts, Athletics and Dance Center
2 P.M. Spring Theatre Production "Once Upon a Mattress"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
Music by Mary Rodgers; lyrics by Marshall Barer; book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, and Dean Fuller You may think you know “The Princess and the Pea,” but this musical reveals the real shenanigans behind the Hans Christian Anderson tale. Tickets at or 434-947-8562.
3 P.M. Softball vs Eastern Mennonite University
Soccer/Softball Field, Athletics and Dance Center
7 P.M. Women's Lacrosse vs W & L
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
9 P.M. Winfree Observatory Star Party
Winfree Observatory
In the event of inclement weather, please confirm the event at www.randolphscience.org

April 17   Sunday
7:30 P.M. Spring Theatre Production "Once Upon a Mattress"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
Music by Mary Rodgers; lyrics by Marshall Barer; book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, and Dean Fuller You may think you know “The Princess and the Pea,” but this musical reveals the real shenanigans behind the Hans Christian Anderson tale. Tickets at or 434-947-8562.

April 18   Monday
7:30 P.M. Spring Theatre Production "Once Upon a Mattress"
Thoresen Theatre, Harold G. Leggett Building
Music by Mary Rodgers; lyrics by Marshall Barer; book by Jay Thompson, Marshall Barer, and Dean Fuller You may think you know “The Princess and the Pea,” but this musical reveals the real shenanigans behind the Hans Christian Anderson tale. Tickets at or 434-947-8562.

April 22   Friday
10:45 A.M. No Shame
Lab Theatre (LG 203), Harold G. Leggett Building

April 23   Saturday
10 A.M. Open House
Randolph College Campus
A one-day open house for prospective students and their families. For more information or to register, please contact Admissions at admissions@randolphcollege.edu or call 434-947-8100.
1 P.M. Men's & Women's Tennis vs Lynchburg College
Tennis Courts, Athletics and Dance Center
1 P.M. Men's Lacrosse vs Virginia Wesleyan College
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center
4 P.M. Women's Lacrosse vs RMC
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center

April 24   Sunday
7:30 P.M. Spring Concert
Houston Memorial Chapel
The Randolph College Chorale and Chamber Orchestra present Carissimi’s "Jephthe" and Beethoven’s "Symphony No. 1".

April 27   Wednesday
7 P.M. Men's Lacrosse vs Washington & Lee University
WildCat Stadium, Athletics and Dance Center

April 28   Thursday
4 P.M. Senior Art History Majors Presentations & Senior Studio Art Majors Opening Reception
Maier Museum of Art
Senior Art History Majors Presentations & Senior Studio Art Majors Opening Reception
7:30 P.M. Touch of Harmony Spring Recital
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
Featuring vocal jazz, musical theatre, and popular selections.

April 29   Friday
2 P.M. Music Department Recital
Wimberly Recital Hall, Presser Hall
Featuring student instrumentalists and vocalists.

May 11   Wednesday
7 P.M. Lynchburg Bird Club
Martin 315, Martin Science Building

May 14   Saturday
9:30 P.M. Winfree Observatory Star Party
Winfree Observatory
In the event of inclement weather, please confirm the event at www.randolphscience.org

May 15   Sunday
10 A.M. Randolph College Commencement 2016
Dell, Outdoor Areas
Join the College community for Commencement exercises as we celebrate the Class of 2016. Jolley Bruce Christman '69, trustee emerita, will serve as keynote speaker for this ceremony that will celebrate the College’s past, present, and future. Additional information at www.randolphcollege.edu/125

October 8   Saturday
10 A.M. 125th Anniversary Convocation
Smith Hall Theatre, Smith Memorial Building
The College will mark the 125th Anniversary with this formal ceremony, which will feature an academic procession recognizing graduate classes through the years. Additional information at www.randolphcollege.edu/125
8:30 P.M. Randolph's 125th Birthday Party!
Michels Plaza, Student Center
Plan now to attend Randolph’s 125th Birthday Party! Bring a guest, enjoy delectable birthday desserts, and dance the night away under the stars. RSVPs will be requested closer to the event date. Additional information at www.randolphcollege.edu/125

November 15   Tuesday
9 A.M. Ten Thousand Villages Sale
Hampson Commons, Student Center
Ten Thousand Villages Sale

November 16   Wednesday
9 A.M. Ten Thousand Villages Sale
Hampson Commons, Student Center
Ten Thousand Villages Sale

November 17   Thursday
9 A.M. Ten Thousand Villages Sale
Hampson Commons, Student Center
Ten Thousand Villages Sale

 

 

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