Senior Spotlight: Talbot Weston

Senior Spotlight: Talbot Weston

Features, Senior Spotlights March 22, 2016 at 8:49 pm 0 comments

One of the best qualities of the Yellow Jacket community is the students’ involvement in school affairs. Talbot Weston is one of Randolph-Macon’s most notable student leaders due to her continued efforts to help make this campus a better place. Weston is heavily involved in many organizations and positions atRead More

“Steel Magnolias” at R-MC

Features March 22, 2016 at 8:47 pm 0 comments

From February 17-20, the Randolph-Macon Drama Department put on the play “Steel Magnolias.” “Steel Magnolias” is the heartbreaking story of a group of small-town southern women with an incredible friendship that is proven strong as they deal with the loss of one of their own. The action is set inRead More

R-MC goes to New Hampshire

Features March 22, 2016 at 8:45 pm 0 comments

January term (J-Term) is just one of the many unique academic opportunities that Randolph-Macon College offers. During the month of January, R-MC students have the opportunity to enroll in one or two classes in order to get ahead on their required coursework. In addition, the month-long time frame provides studentsRead More

R-MC embraces the giving spirit

Features January 2, 2016 at 11:42 pm 0 comments

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

R-MC’s blood drive is back

R-MC’s blood drive is back

Features January 2, 2016 at 11:41 pm 0 comments

On Wednesday, November 11, 2015, Baxter Carter, the SGA Vice President of External Relations, organized the blood drive competition between Randolph-Macon and Hampden-Sydney with the hopes of re-establishing the competition as a tradition between the two schools. It was a great success with a total of 56 Randolph-Macon students donatingRead More

Senior Spotlight: Jessica Rawls

Senior Spotlight: Jessica Rawls

Features, Senior Spotlights January 2, 2016 at 11:40 pm 0 comments

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

This week in history at R-MC

Features January 2, 2016 at 11:38 pm 0 comments

After searching through The Yellow Jacket archives in Randolph-Macon’s Special Collections, The Yellow Jacket shares what was newsworthy at this time of the year throughout the decades. The Yellow Jacket, November 1929 November 16- Kappa Alpha defeats Kappa Sigma 7-6 in an exciting and intense football game. The Yellow Jacket,Read More

Fall formal arrives at R-MC

Features January 2, 2016 at 11:36 pm 0 comments

During this time of the year, Randolph-Macon’s fraternities and sororities are gearing up for formal season. However, the Yellow Jacket community may have ignited a new tradition this year by hosting our first school-wide formal. The formal, hosted by the Commons Activities Board (CAB), took place on Saturday, November 7.Read More

R-MC’s Lineberry memorial

R-MC’s Lineberry memorial

Features January 2, 2016 at 5:09 am 0 comments

This past May, R-MC alumnus Anthony (Toney) Lineberry passed away at age 55. Lineberry grew up in Henrico, Virginia, and attended Hermitage High School. Lineberry was an undefeated star wrestler at his high school until the winter of 1978 when he was paralyzed from the chest down. Lineberry and hisRead More

R-MC helps students in Haiti

R-MC helps students in Haiti

Features January 2, 2016 at 5:07 am 0 comments

While many students were lying on the beach and working on their tans or working summer jobs to earn extra spending money for the upcoming school year, a group of four Randolph-Macon students, Kethelyn Beauvais ’15, Umeki Fuchess ’16, Shuyan Zhan ’16, and Jessica Hill ’18, spent their summer bringingRead More