R-MC celebrates Earth Day, 10th annual MADD

R-MC celebrates Earth Day, 10th annual MADD

May 16, 2015

The R-MC community celebrated Earth Day this past week prior to the tenth annual Macon-a-Difference Day (MADD) that also involved many organizations and individuals on campus. On Earth Day, April 22, R-MC and Dominion Virginia Power held a dedication ceremony on the Copley courtyard to celebrate the installation of almostRead More

R-MC celebrates Earth Day, 10th annual MADD

R-MC celebrates Earth Day, 10th annual MADD

May 16, 2015

The R-MC community celebrated Earth Day this past week prior to the tenth annual Macon-a-Difference Day (MADD) that also involved many organizations and individuals on campus. On Earth Day, April 22, R-MC and Dominion Virginia Power held a dedication ceremony on the Copley courtyard to celebrate the installation of almostRead More

The inch worms return to R-MC campus

The inch worms return to R-MC campus

May 16, 2015

“Dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge!” The five D’s of dodgeball are slowly making their way on campus. Students are dodging mid-walk, ducking in the middle of the streets, dipping out of sight, and diving away from trees. Any stranger driving through campus could see a handful of students warpingRead More

Senior Kylie Wash has J-Term fun interning at the National Aquarium

Senior Kylie Wash has J-Term fun interning at the National Aquarium

February 26, 2015

Randolph-Macon’s unique “January Term” is a time many students use to explore future career paths by taking advantage of the college’s Bassett Internship Program, studying abroad, or taking intensive courses on campus. Senior Environmental Studies major Kyle “Kylie” Wash spent her J-Term in Baltimore at the National Aquarium. According toRead More

Miss Yellow Jacket: Finals Survival Guide

May 16, 2015

Okay Yellow Jackets, it is officially crunch time. We have three weeks to go until finals, and it is time to start preparing for all of the final exams, papers and projects. Thus, here is Miss Jacket’s Finals Survival Guide. Step One: First and foremost, you need to turn offRead More

Chicago’s Officer Dante Servin acquitted

Chicago’s Officer Dante Servin acquitted

May 16, 2015

Chicago police officer Dante Servin was acquitted on a technicality on April 22, a decision that had the courtroom and civil rights activists in an uproar. Servin was charged with involuntary manslaughter, reckless conduct and reckless discharge of a firearm in connection with the death of Rekia Boyd in MarchRead More

Opinion: Demonizing Baltimore rioters/protesters completely misses the point

Opinion: Demonizing Baltimore rioters/protesters completely misses the point

May 16, 2015

It has become a familiar scene: burning buildings and stores being looted by incensed Americans. Some of these individuals are unable to express their anger in any other way, and others are crass opportunists promoting violence and theft at a sensitive time in our nation’s history. If we choose toRead More

VA-7 finances present interesting data

October 30, 2014

When deciding to run for Congress, there are a few questions that potential candidates are forced to ask themselves: Do I have the right kind of character for this job? Do I have the time for this job? Who am I going to be running against? Perhaps the most importantRead More

Coach Davis steps down after six seasons

May 16, 2015

One hundred and forty one wins in six seasons, three ODAC championships, six NCAA tournament appearances and a contender in the NCAA Division 3 Final Four. Those are the some of the highlights that Coach Nathan Davis has achieved in six seasons as the head coach of the men’s basketballRead More

Men’s Basketball successful season comes to an end

April 6, 2015

A sold out crowd of fans greeted the Yellow Jackets as they entered the sixteenth round of the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Tournament. Coming off a victory against Virginia Wesleyan to attain the ODAC championship and a 78-65 victory against Catholic University, the team was ready to start theRead More

Baseball: Ranked #15 in nation

April 23, 2015

After many rescheduled games because of the inclement weather, the Yellow Jackets were revved up to face Virginia Wesleyan. The Yellow Jackets took an early lead as sophomore Jordan Schmeer was able to score on a double by senior Nate Meiners, making the score 1-0. Freshman Cole Migliorini helped putRead 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