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Volleyball team will strike again with seven seniors

Volleyball team will strike again with seven seniors

Sports, Volleyball September 14, 2015 at 6:56 pm 0 comments

The Yellow Jacket Volleyball team has never looked so dangerous and confident in a single play. After several intense contested seconds in the second set, a N.C. Wesleyan player flies to spike, only to be greeted by the wall sophomore Colleen Beaver and senior Courtney Lowers have set. The JacketsRead More

Laux looks to turn heads

Laux looks to turn heads

Soccer, Sports September 14, 2015 at 6:54 pm 0 comments

It hasn’t been the best of times for the Randolph-Macon Men’s Soccer Program since Joshua Laux left the program in 2003 to coach at Hampden-Sydney. The Yellow Jackets haven’t seen a winning season since 2005 and have seen double digit numbers in the losses column 7 out of the lastRead More

Harper struggles to carry MVP candidacy

Harper struggles to carry MVP candidacy

Baseball, Sports September 14, 2015 at 6:52 pm 0 comments

There was no doubt Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals was going to win the National League MVP award midway through the season. The MVP candidate has been putting up incredible statistics in his best season yet, batting a .332 average and hitting 31 homers. The Nationals ended the firstRead More

Will Redskins’ RGIII keep pace in NFC East this season?

Will Redskins’ RGIII keep pace in NFC East this season?

Football, Sports September 14, 2015 at 6:50 pm 0 comments

The Redskins came out of the 2014 season with more questions than answers. After a grueling 4-12 season, more often than not those questions circled around the quarterback position with many people pointing fingers at Robert Griffin III. After getting benched for backup Colt McCoy and an off-season of reportsRead More

Meet the Candidate: GOP’s Bobby Jindal

Meet the Candidate: GOP’s Bobby Jindal

Politics, Politics and Opinions September 14, 2015 at 6:48 pm 0 comments

As we hear constant news about Hilary Clinton’s emails or Donald Trump’s startling remarks, it is important to also be informed about the other twenty candidates running for their parties’ nomination and, of course, the Presidential nomination. In this series, “Meet the Candidate,” the Yellow Jacket will take a lookRead More

Reporter Shooting Continues Gun Debate

Reporter Shooting Continues Gun Debate

Politics, Politics and Opinions September 14, 2015 at 6:45 pm 0 comments

As reported by CNN, two journalists from WDBJ-TV in Moneta, Virginia were shot the morning of August 26 while conducting a live interview. According to police, cameraman Adam Ward and reporter Allison Parker were both fatally shot by a suspect named Vester Lee Flanagan II. Flanagan, who also goes byRead More

OpEd: Gun Control

Opinions, Politics and Opinions September 14, 2015 at 6:39 pm 0 comments

We Need It – Sean Ryan ’18, Junior Politics/Opinions Editor In light of the most recent tragic events having to do with gun violence, the conversation on gun control has come up once again. This conversation has come up at an opportune time as well, given the early developments ofRead More

Can Sanders outpace Clinton?

Can Sanders outpace Clinton?

Politics, Politics and Opinions September 14, 2015 at 6:37 pm 0 comments

The Hillary Clinton Campaign for the Democratic Nomination may be in for more of a competition than originally expected, as a second Public Policy Polling survey in New Hampshire indicated on August 25th. Bernie Sanders achieved 42% among those surveyed in the Granite State, topping Clinton’s 35% and making himRead More

10 tips for healthy eating in college

Features September 14, 2015 at 6:35 pm 0 comments

1. Drink water. LOTS of water. I have a cute pink water bottle that goes everywhere with me- I try to drink at least one whole water bottle full during each class. A lot of the time, we think we’re hungry when we may just be slightly dehydrated. If youRead More

R-MC Survival Guide

Features September 14, 2015 at 6:32 pm 0 comments

1. Don’t hesitate to ask an upperclassman for help. 2. Get involved in campus life. 3. Take advantage of campus tutors. 4. Don’t forget to eat properly and stay healthy. 5. Try not to procrastinate. 6. Stay organized. 7. Meet with The EDGE and take advantage of their career advice.Read More