Senior Spotlight: Junior Features Editor Chelsea Mason

Chelsea Mason was born in San Diego, California, but raised in Chesterfield, Va. After deciding to attend Randolph-Macon, Mason became a Communications Studies major and Journalism and Film Studies double minor.

Along with being very involved academically, Mason is also in multiple honor societies and organizations.

Mason is a member of Lambda Pi Eta and Order of Omega as well as Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Not only is she a member, but she also served as President of Rho Lambda and the Vice President of Recruitment for Alpha Gamma Delta.

Even though she is very involved in many organizations, Mason found her home in Alpha Gamma Delta.

“I wanted to be a part of an organization that gave back to the community and believed in the same values as me. I found my home within AGD,” said Mason.

Alpha Gamma Delta has taught Mason how to manage her time and Mason even says that it is the best decision she has ever made.

Focusing on academics, Mason has succeeded in the communications department. Many of the professors have had a large impact on her life here at Randolph Macon.

“The Communications Studies department has taught me tremendous amounts. They have been so supportive and inspiring during my time at Macon,” said Mason.

Outside of class, Mason makes sure to have time to spend with her friends and sorority sisters. One of her favorite memories she has had at Randolph Macon involved her sisters.

“My sophomore year, after a large rain storm, a bunch of my sorority sisters and I made a slip and slide on the front lawn. It was so spontaneous and funny. It’s the unplanned moments that are the most fun,” said Mason.

She says she has loved every moment of her time at Randolph Macon and will miss all of her friends and the small community of Randolph Macon.

When asked what advice Mason would give future students, she said, “Do what makes you happy, and find what you are passionate about.”

-Madison Guidry ’16, Senior Features Editor

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