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Rise Up: Will Guzman ’16 wants to change the world—or at least open people’s
It’s A Small World: For Katherine Lesnak ’15, study abroad was not an option. It was
Candy Crowley – ‘It helped prepare me for life’: National political journalist credits college for opening her mind—and instilling a love

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Mike Ramsey – I Have Such A Broad View of the World Now: Navy veteran finds new skills—and friends in the ring Mike Ramsey ’15
Grace Gardiner – My Work Was Seen as Serious Creative Vision: Senior heads to graduate school as a published author It was a
Michaela Margida – ‘Helping Others is Replenishing’: Alumna creates nonprofit organization to help children For five years, Michaela Margida

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The Randolph Plan A college career is a journey filled with twists and turns, ups and downs, and almost limitless choices. The
From the President The first time I heard about the Randolph Plan was more than a decade ago, when I came to
Academic Experience: Connecting the Dots Randolph Plan helps students reach their goals It was a simple question asked at a recent conference for graduate
Charting a Path The road to college was a long one—literally—for Sara A. Reed ’15. After making a last-minute decision to attend
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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

Class learns practical lessons from energy audit of local
Life often presents challenging ethical situations that can take
By herself, the average honey bee is nearly imperceptible. No