The Randolph Journey

Echoes of Echo: An Adventure in Public Poetry

  • David Brown
  • 26.10.2017
  • poetry
By Zoë Evans '18 As I pinned yet another Randolph School literary magazine Echo submission to the cork board, I felt sweat starting to pool at the waistband of my jean ...
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Elizabeth Keller '14: Finding the Balance between Form and Function

“Design requires the collaboration of form and function." says Randolph alumna Elizabeth Keller ‘14. "There is a constant struggle between utility and aesthetic, and ...
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The Case for Diversity in Middle School

The most fundamental challenge that middle school students face is that of defining and understanding their own identities. These are critical years for figuring out who ...
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The Best Decision We Ever Made

"We were driving to Auburn one weekend, and I said to my husband, 'You know, I think we might want to think about letting Rhett go shadow at Randolph.' A lot of his ...
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Zeke Jones '11: A+ Outcomes

  • Zeke Jones
  • 05.10.2017
I have always been interested in education and helping youth, but I didn’t realize it was my passion until I worked for a summer as a camp counselor at Camp McDowell. I ...
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Summers Off? Yeah, Right!

  • PeggyLee Wright
  • 02.10.2017
  • Faculty
What do teachers do all summer? If you were following Randolph Connect on social media you would have seen some of their adventures, from family vacations to a lot of ...
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