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Unity at Randolph: This fall, Randolph students, faculty, and staff used around 100 skeins (approximately
Career Focused: College partnerships provide students with unique internship opportunities.
Kids in College: Randolph’s Kids in College program was created to help raise Standards of

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Just Keep Swimming: One of Taylor Steele’s greatest mentors was the coach of his college
One of Our Own: Sara Woodward ’16 named new sustainability coordinator From the moment she arrived
Set for Success: Last April, Anthony Quinn ’17 positioned himself at the starting block beside

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Just Keep Swimming One of Taylor Steele’s greatest mentors was the coach of his college swimming team. Now he hopes to give
Unity at Randolph This fall, Randolph students, faculty, and staff used around 100 skeins (approximately 20 miles) of yarn to create UNITY,
Keeping History in Mind Professor, student pair up to preserve Randolph’s collection of psychology tests and instruments Now considered a pioneer in the
One of Our Own Sara Woodward ’16 named new sustainability coordinator From the moment she arrived on Randolph’s campus as a first year,
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From the President It is hard to believe another academic year has come to a close. What a year 2015–16 has been!
From the President The first time I heard about the Randolph Plan was more than a decade ago, when I came to the College to serve as a reviewer for the economics department. The name was different

The Red Brick Wall

This fall, Randolph students, faculty, and staff used around
Jolley Mini-Grants provide funding for internship expenses Brian Anderson
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