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Head of the Class Randolph’s MAT program boasts a 99 percent job placement rate When her son Ari was in kindergarten, Altra Witt
Global to Local Randolph faculty and staff work to address Lynchburg hunger issues More than 30,000 people living in Region 2000 struggle
There’s No Place Like Home When Genevieve Neale ’93 looked to start a veterinarian practice in Lynchburg—the home of her alma mater—she was drawn
Take a Hike Journey on Appalachian Trail provides challenges, mental break for recent grad. Jim Kwon ’14 spent much of his time
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From the President Fall is a beautiful time to be at Randolph College. The trees around campus turn vibrant shades of orange, yellow, and red, creating a postcard-worthy view from almost any vantage point. Classes and cocurricular

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Grosvenor Apartments provide new housing option for students. The
Equine studies minor opens new opportunities for horse enthusiasts.
Dining hall renovations enhance student experience. A summer makeover