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Andrea Kendall named new head women’s basketball coach: Andrea Kendall is known for her passion, enthusiasm, and the competitive mentality
Arts Fusion: On a chilly early winter afternoon, a group of men and women
Legacy of Success: When Anne “Reynolds” Martin ’15 began riding for Randolph College, she had

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High Achievers: Three women received the College’s highest alumnae honor in September. During a
The Class Ring Legacy Continues: Several years ago, a thoughtful alumna, Julia Myers Clay ’47, donated her
Longest Serving Volunteer: Kenney Shropshire Roseberry ’44 went to see a movie with friends one

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Andrea Kendall named new head women’s basketball coach Andrea Kendall is known for her passion, enthusiasm, and the competitive mentality she instills in her players. She plans
Home Court Advantage Pete Hamilton ’11 returns to Randolph to head men’s basketball team.
Googling for a Job Pujan Shrestha ’15 is putting his liberal arts degree to work in the technology field as a contractor for
From London to Lynchburg Paintings from the National Gallery, London are on display at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College.
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From London to Lynchburg Paintings from the National Gallery, London are on display at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College.
Arts Fusion On a chilly early winter afternoon, a group of men and women gather at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College. This month, the Arts Fusion group is discussing tapestries by Kiki Smith. As
My March to UnPersonhood: One Woman’s Battle with Dementia Forgotten Memories: Alice’s Alzheimer’s Journey tells the story of Alice Lusby Pasqualetti ’52 and her struggle with Alzheimer’s disease.  In the following essay, Alice tells her own story. “7/2/2012 – dementia – type Alzheimer’s?” There

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Paintings from the National Gallery, London are on display
Greetings! It’s a privilege to be the new president
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