The Randolph Journey

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Senior Speech: Road Trips Rule

By Hannah Stutts '19 Have you ever been on a road trip? Now, I’m not talking about a quick three-hour trip, I’m talking about eight hours or more. Well, this past ...
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Senior Speech: Create, Cherish, Work Hard

By Teja Reddy '19 What is the most valuable lesson you have learned in your months or years of high school? The most valuable lessons I have learned are the importance ...
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Is It Dyslexia? Now What?

Dyslexia or similar language and spelling difficulties affect 15-20% of the population, and there is a familial component. A close relative with dyslexia is a risk ...
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Dyslexia Intervention: When can we start?

As toddlers, children are already starting the journey of putting together language, sounds, and alphabet letters, and are filling their reading “tool chests” with the ...
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Senior Speech: Against Fakeness

By Mason Mulrooney '19 I’ve been at Randolph for almost 12 years now. A large part of my life has been surrounded by and dedicated to this school, but there is one ...
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