Features

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
Enduring Spirit – Alumna completes 2014 Boston Marathon in honor of young victim: “Heartbreak Hill” is one of the most notorious hills for America’s major

Around the Association

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

Events

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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.
2015 Alumnae Achievement Awards The 2015 awards were presented to Edna Aguirre Rehbein ’77, Kakenya Ntaiya ’04, and Carol Shepard Gutknecht ’67 during
Turning Tragedy Into Hope Jenny Sullivan Hubbard ’95 honored the memory of her daughter Catherine by starting an animal sanctuary.
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News & Updates

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
A Tribute to Juanita Mayberry  All of us know people we wish everyone knew. Juanita Mayberry tops such a list for Martha Jane (Daniel ’66) and me. Her death is a great sadness for us, but there is real
Christman, Shaw Named Alumnae Achievement Award Winners Congratulations to Jolley Bruce Christman ’69 and Minor Mickel Shaw ’69, the recipients of the 2013 Alumnae Achievement Awards. Jolley Bruce Christman is a past president of the Board of Trustees of the College.

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