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Status of Israel travel course in jeopardy

Status of Israel travel course in jeopardy

Politics, Politics and Opinions September 11, 2014 at 6:57 pm 0 comments

On Sept. 15, R-MC professors Dr. Don Polaski and Dr. Shoshanna Shechter-Shaffin are set to meet with the Provost’s Office and Office of International Education to decide the fate of RELS 246 and 247. The J-term class, Jewish/Christian Identity Today, would take students to Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Bethlehem and otherRead More

10 Tips for Eating Healthy in College

Features September 11, 2014 at 6:51 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

Freshman 15: Myth or Legend?

Features September 11, 2014 at 6:45 pm 0 comments

What is the freshmen 15? To answer your question, it is the fifteen or twenty or thirty pounds you gain during your first year as a college student. Why do you gain it? That is simple. You are away from home, you can eat whatever you want and most ofRead More

Letter from the Editor:

Features September 11, 2014 at 6:41 pm 0 comments

As I enter my third year of college, I envy every single thing about you. I envy the fact that you have no idea how hard it is to carry a futon to the third floor of Moreland, I envy the fact that you don’t desire the old Macon Coffee,Read More

RMCS 101 course replaces FYEC program

News September 11, 2014 at 6:39 pm 0 comments

This fall, the changes to Randolph-Macon will not just include the addition of new buildings and the largest freshman class on record. In addition, the Curriculum Board has approved the new Randolph-Macon Colloquium/Seminar 101 (RMCS 101) to take the place of the previously taught First-Year Experience Colloquia (FYEC). This courseRead More

WELCOME RANDOLPH-MACON CLASS OF 2018!

WELCOME RANDOLPH-MACON CLASS OF 2018!

News September 11, 2014 at 6:35 pm 0 comments

Welcome all! As we celebrate our 185th year at Randolph-Macon College, it is my great pleasure to welcome our returning students back to Randolph-Macon College and to convey a special greeting to our newcomers comprising the Class of 2018. At 429 students strong, you are the largest freshman class inRead More