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Senior Spotlight: Erin Roberts

Features, Senior Spotlights April 21, 2016 at 10:16 pm 0 comments

Many R-MC students are involved in a handful of activities and jobs. Senior Erin Roberts is no exception. Erin, a Communication Studies major with minors in Political Science and Journalism, is also the Senior News Editor for The Yellow Jacket newspaper, as well as a member of Hillel and R-MC’sRead More

R-MC announces 2016 Commencement speaker

News April 21, 2016 at 10:09 pm 0 comments

Randolph-Macon College is proud to announce that its speaker for the 2016 Commencement is Haywood A. “HAP” Payne Jr. ’68. “I am delighted to share this wonderful news,” President Lindgren said. “HAP Payne is a successful businessman, a steadfast community leader, and a dedicated alumnus whose meaningful connection to R-MCRead More

Campaign raises $125 million

News March 22, 2016 at 9:08 pm 0 comments

Randolph-Macon College celebrated its success on Friday, February 19 with a gala honoring more than 500 donors who contributed to the historic Building Extraordinary campaign. The campaign, originally a $100 million initiative, surpassed its original goal by reaching $125 million. The initiative was designed to gather the necessary resources toRead More

High-Speed Rail Forum

News March 22, 2016 at 9:07 pm 0 comments

The plan for a high-speed train linking Richmond to Washington, D.C. continues to develop, troubling the residents of Ashland. According to the proposed rail’s website,, the high-speed rail between Richmond and D.C. would exist as part of the Southeast High-Speed Rail (SEHSR) project; a transportation effort to extend theRead More

IIG celebrates intl. holiday

News March 22, 2016 at 8:42 pm 0 comments

The International Interest Group at Randolph-Macon College hosted a celebration in honor of International Mother Language Day on February 21 in order to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity, and multilingualism. In order to promote cultural awareness on campus, the group created a video to highlight just how diverseRead More

Classics students create database

News January 2, 2016 at 11:35 pm 0 comments

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

Honor’s Program re-design set for 2016-2017 school year

Honor’s Program re-design set for 2016-2017 school year

News January 2, 2016 at 4:57 am 0 comments

The Honors Program at Randolph-Macon College was created for the enhancement of academic and community experiences where interdisciplinary courses not found in the standard set of courses could be offered to the program’s fifteen students. The program has recently undergone revisions and, in light of some confusion as to whyRead More

Don’t miss out on the VA state fair

Don’t miss out on the VA state fair

News October 21, 2015 at 5:46 pm 0 comments

The State Fair of Virginia began last weekend on September 25 and will last until October 4. This year, the event includes all-time fair favorites as well as new attractions, shows, and carnival food. The State Fair of Virginia has been an annual event since 1854, and was first heldRead More

Family weekend Oct. 2nd-4th

News October 21, 2015 at 5:43 pm 0 comments

Randolph-Macon will host its annual Family Weekend from October 2-4 as parents, students, and relatives “buzz” about campus, seeing all that the school has to offer. From the football game to the local farmer’s market, R-MC and its surrounding community will have a lot going on. “I’m excited for myRead More

Glance into Ashland

Glance into Ashland

News September 14, 2015 at 6:30 pm 0 comments

From new business ventures to fun activities, Ashland has been a hub of activity over the past few months, and as summer draws to an end, the community has seen additions and improvements all over town. As the months go by, Ashland will continue to see changes with at leastRead More