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Randolph College,

at Lynchburg, Va.; United Methodist; est. 1891 as Randolph-Macon Woman's College, opened 1893, renamed and coeducational since 2007. Until 1953 it had a shared administration with Randolph-Macon CollegeRandolph-Macon College,
at Ashland, Va.; United Methodist; chartered 1830, opened 1832 at Boydton, Va., moved 1868; named for John Randolph and Nathaniel Macon. Originally a college for men, it has been coeducational since 1971.
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 at Ashland, Va. Among the school's facilities are the Ethyl Science and Mathematics Resource Center and the Maier Museum of American Art.
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She is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Leadership Academy, a member of the Advisory Board of Facing History and Ourselves, a sustaining member of The Junior League of Memphis, a member of the Board of Trustees of Randolph College in Lynchburg, Virginia, and she served as Chair of the Memphis and Shelby County Metropolitan Charter Commission, which was tasked to write a new charter merging the city of Memphis and Shelby County.
For all the scholarly attention spent on the loss of faith in traditional Christian beliefs during the Victorian era, says Wheeler-Barclay (history, Randolph College), little notice has been taken of the relationship between this phenomenon and the contemporary creation of a distinct field dedicated to the scientific study of religious practices and belief systems and how they meet definite social and psychological needs.
During the debate at Randolph College, he had the gumption to say that people should behave like "adults" and recognize that the stimulus "prevented a depression."
The Twin Pack: For kids who shared a womb and plan to share a campus, Virginia's Randolph College offers a 15 percent break on tuition.
She earned an undergraduate degree from the-then Randolph-Macon Woman's College (now Randolph College) and a master's degree in history from the University of Tennessee.
THE ISSUE: The trustees of Randolph-Macon Woman's College (RMWC), in Lynchburg, Va., voted in 2006 to make the college co-educational and rename it Randolph College. A group of students, alumnae and donors sued under charitable trust law claiming that $100 million raised under a recent capital campaign, as well as other funds and assets, could not be used for a purpose contrary to the college's original purpose, educating women.
THE RESULT: The name change to Randolph College became official on July 1.
Randolph College (Va.) has also been confronted with a court battle, over the auctioning of four oil-on-canvas paintings in its Maier Museum of Art.
Randolph College, Lynchburg, VA, has sparked controversy by announcing plans to sell paintings from the Maier Museum of Art, home of the college's $100m collection, to raise funds for the college.