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Creating Community: One man walking with his dog at Lynchburg Community Market was drawn
Lead By Example: Dan Phung ’15 planned to spend fall break this year working on
A New Way: Nepal’s Bagmati River has been thought sacred in Hindu for hundreds of

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Scientific Discoveries: Susan Pond Gilbert ’72 has probed the inner workings of human cells
The Next Big Idea: Jeannie Plybon has had a hand in a multitude of projects around
The Big Payoff: Investment bankers, business journalists, and stock brokers depend daily on information that

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Out of this World A former astronaut and Lynchburg native will kick off Randolph’s sixth annual Science Festival in March. The multi-day event,
Called to Action Kat Riedel ’14 inspires others with EMT volunteer work; finds connections between academics and real life. Kat Riedel ’14
Then and Now So much can happen in just four years. Just ask members of the Class of 2014. Since their first
Creating Community One man walking with his dog at Lynchburg Community Market was drawn to a table with lots of papers
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From the President Winston Churchill once said, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” Here at Randolph, we talk often about the importance of living a life

The Red Brick Wall

Sally Marie Spencer ’84 is fondly remembered by her
Jeannie Plybon has had a hand in a multitude
The first time Jensen Hoover ’15 went to Lynchburg