Classics students create database

January 2, 2016

Advanced Classics students enrolled in the course “Roman Epistles,” also referred to as “Ancient Letters,” have had the unique opportunity this semester to create an online database of the work of Marcus Cornelius Fronto, a Roman orator whose material was mostly lost to the modern world. Fronto was a secondRead More

Classics students create database

January 2, 2016

Advanced Classics students enrolled in the course “Roman Epistles,” also referred to as “Ancient Letters,” have had the unique opportunity this semester to create an online database of the work of Marcus Cornelius Fronto, a Roman orator whose material was mostly lost to the modern world. Fronto was a secondRead More

R-MC embraces the giving spirit

January 2, 2016

The Randolph-Macon community is never one to depart from the giving spirit, and that is just one characteristic which separates R-MC from various other colleges in the country. On Thursday, November 12, R-MC brought back their longstanding tradition of giving on Macon Day. Macon Day was born in the fallRead More

Senior Spotlight: Jessica Rawls

Senior Spotlight: Jessica Rawls

January 2, 2016

Not everyone has had the opportunity to be blessed with the performance bug. However, senior Jessica Rawls has made performing one of her biggest hobbies and passions. This passion of hers began at the young age of three years old. “My love for performing started with dance but when IRead More

R-MC embraces the giving spirit

January 2, 2016

The Randolph-Macon community is never one to depart from the giving spirit, and that is just one characteristic which separates R-MC from various other colleges in the country. On Thursday, November 12, R-MC brought back their longstanding tradition of giving on Macon Day. Macon Day was born in the fallRead More

Obama rejects Keystone XL pipeline

Obama rejects Keystone XL pipeline

January 2, 2016

On November 6, President Obama rejected the controversial crude oil pipeline that would stretch from Alberta, Canada to Steele City, Nebraska. The final decision came after years of public outreach, activism, and consultation. The Department of State advised the President that the pipeline proposal “would not serve the national interestsRead More

OpEd: “A prejudice against prejudice”

OpEd: “A prejudice against prejudice”

January 2, 2016

Since our country gained independence, it has been considered a melting pot. A country founded by immigrants, built off of rebellion, and one that inherited a culture of hard work. In a time now when the world is more globally connected than it has ever been, it is ironic thatRead More

Meet the Candidate: Rand Paul (R)

Meet the Candidate: Rand Paul (R)

January 2, 2016

One of the most memorable moments for Rand Paul in the second Republican Debate at the Reagan Library would unfortunately have to be Donald Trump’s rather flagrant criticism of his physical appearance. Trump’s remarks carelessly emerged not long after he made a similar jab at Carly Fiorina, saying, “Look atRead More

Volleyball heads to Elite 8

January 2, 2016

The Yellow Jacket Volleyball Team’s season was pre-destined to skewer and rise to contending challengers from the very beginning. The team hit the ground running starting September 1 and their efforts have led them to a 28-7 overall record and a perfect winning record in the conference. They now willRead More

Men’s golf refining game in fall

October 21, 2015

The Randolph-Macon men’s golf team has tee’d it up and are preparing for their ODAC season. After a 3rd place finish at the ODAC Championship Tournament last season, the men are back and looking stronger than ever. Returning a majority of their lineup, the team will be looking to improveRead More

The Game Ball stays in Ashland

The Game Ball stays in Ashland

January 2, 2016

The Game Ball is staying in Ashland! The Randolph-Macon Football team showed up with great determination to win on Saturday, as the heated rivalry between Randolph-Macon and Hampden-Sydney drew in thousands of people to the small town of Ashland. Randolph-Macon’s season has not been the best compared to years past,Read More

Yellow Jacket Sportlight: Softball

April 23, 2015

The Randolph-Macon women’s softball team is off to a great start this season. Last weekend, April 11 and 12, the team traveled to both Guilford and Emory and Henry for two double headers and finished 4-0 for the weekend. At Guilford, R-MC pulled away in two close games, winning theRead More