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Topic - Randolph-Macon Woman'S College
Officials of Lynchburg's Randolph College are accustomed to thumbing their noses at alumnae, donors and public opinion. Now they're thumbing their noses at the Virginia Supreme Court.
ROANOKE — The decision to admit men was made first. Then a new name had to be chosen. Now, the transformed Randolph College will have a new president for its first academic year as a coed institution.