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News, events and happening from the Randolph College political science department.

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.
Representing Malta
Students from Randolph College’s Model United Nations team are representing Malta, an island country off the coast of Sicily, in the National Model UN Conference this week.
Randolph Model United Nations Team Brings Home Honors
Students receive awards for best delegation to the Security Council and the best position paper on the U.N. Conference on Trade and Development at the national conference in New York
Model United Nations Team Sets Off for New York City
Follow their blog as Randolph's award-winning delegation represents Portugal.
Youssef Elkei ’13 wins awards at Cornell International Affairs Conference
During a government simulation as part of the conference, Elkei convinced a nation's cabinet not to start a war.
Jennifer Dugan Offers Expert Commentary on Last Presidential Debate
WSET featured Randolph's political science professor on Tuesday's broadcast
Candy Crowley '70 to Moderate the Presidential Debate Tuesday
R-MWC alumna's role creating a buzz in local and national media
Randolph Professor Featured on WSET
Vincent Vecera, a political science professor, offers commentary on Paul Ryan's visit to Lynchburg
Randolph College Rhetoric Course in the News
Discussion in Jennifer Gauthier's course about the presidential debate is featured on WSET
New professor's research focuses on power of words in politics
Vincent Vecera joined the political science faculty at Randolph College in the fall 2012 semester.
Political Strategist Karl Rove to Speak at Randolph College January 26
Seating is limited and tickets are required for the free event
Randolph Magazine: Living in America
Senior finally receives citizenship after years of red tape.
Model United Nations Team Shines at National Conference
Randolph students recognized as among top delegates for fifth year in a row.
Profile: Anneka Freeman '11 - A Quiet Strength
Even cancer couldn't stop Anneka from making the most of her Randolph experience.
VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part One
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
VIDEO: Nikki Giovanni at Randolph College - Part Two
Celebrated writer and activist Nikki Giovanni talks about civil rights and activism using the text and drawings from "Rosa", her Caldecott honored children's book about Rosa Parks.
Profile: Gail Waller '71
Senior counsel for the ACLU developed a passion for constitutional law during her college years.
Howard Dean visits Randolph
Former governor of Vermont emphasizes the power of young voters.
Profile: Laugh Tracking
Lianna Carrera '07 finds life in comedy on the road.
Randolph 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.

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