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Greek Week 2015 recap

Features May 16, 2015 at 3:18 pm 0 comments

What does a pig, elementary school children, and hundreds of college students have in common?   They all kicked off Randolph-Macon’s Greek Week on April 15. To kick off Greek Week, Randolph-Macon hosted a pig roast where students from Henry Clay Elementary School came and got to hang out with theRead More

Jaclyn Oakes ’16 to compete for Miss Virginia title in June 2015

Jaclyn Oakes ’16 to compete for Miss Virginia title in June 2015

Features, Other Spotlights May 16, 2015 at 3:17 pm 0 comments

Junior Jaclyn Oakes will be progressing to the Miss Virginia pageant in June 2015 after winning the title of Miss Southwestern Virginia. Oakes also won an $18,000 scholarship to Liberty University. The title will allow Oakes to represent her family, school, and nonprofit, Charlie’s Cure, in the Miss Virginia pageantRead More

Behind the scenes with the bands of Camptown

Features May 16, 2015 at 3:15 pm 0 comments

In two joint-session interviews, we were able sit down and talk to The Last Bison, Neulore, JuTaun, Struan Shields, and Cosby about life, happiness, and the pursuit of making music. What was it like being here at Randolph-Macon? How did you like it? JuTaun : It was beautiful, I wishRead More

R-MC celebrates Earth Day, 10th annual MADD

R-MC celebrates Earth Day, 10th annual MADD

News May 16, 2015 at 3:12 pm 0 comments

The R-MC community celebrated Earth Day this past week prior to the tenth annual Macon-a-Difference Day (MADD) that also involved many organizations and individuals on campus. On Earth Day, April 22, R-MC and Dominion Virginia Power held a dedication ceremony on the Copley courtyard to celebrate the installation of almostRead More

Marathon Champion: “Wanted to win it for Boston”

Sports May 26, 2014 at 10:41 pm 0 comments

Boston Herald — Boston. By Laurel J. Sweet, Antonio Planas, Richard Weir, Priyanka McCluskey, Adam Kurkjian, Matt Stout and Jack Encarnacao, Boston Herald Writers. American Meb Keflezighi won the men’s title in the Boston Marathon today, kissing the ground and weeping after he crossed the finish line to the roarRead More

Keystone XL delayed

Keystone XL delayed

Opinions, Politics and Opinions May 26, 2014 at 10:38 pm 0 comments

President Obama announced last Friday that the State Department will delay a decision on the completion of the Keystone XL Pipeline indefinitely, The New York Times reported. The proposed pipeline would span 1700 miles, carrying crude oil from Canada to refineries along the Gulf Coast. The decision to delay constructionRead More

New Obamacare numbers bring hope legislation

Opinions, Politics and Opinions May 26, 2014 at 10:15 pm 0 comments

Eight million people have signed up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act, which is one million more than expected. However, 5 million Americans still fall into the Obamacare “coverage gap.” These five million make too much for unexpanded Medicaid but not enough for Obamacare. Twenty-four states, Virginia included, tookRead More

Opinion: Don’t listen to hawks, Obama’s strategy in Ukraine will get the job done

Opinion: Don’t listen to hawks, Obama’s strategy in Ukraine will get the job done

Opinions, Politics and Opinions May 26, 2014 at 5:38 pm 0 comments

We have an interesting class of politicians now in the U.S. that still believe in a guns-blazing approach to solving modern international problems. Republican Senator and former presidential candidate John McCain slammed the measures taken by the U.S. and EU to stifle Russia last week, calling the response “laughable.” “TheRead More

Senior Spotlight: Taylor McComb

Senior Spotlight: Taylor McComb

Features, Senior Spotlights May 26, 2014 at 5:18 pm 0 comments

Taylor McComb, from Richmond, Va., is currently finishing up her major in sociology and a minor in women’s studies here at Randolph-Macon College. “I knew I wanted a small school with small classes and easy access to professors,” McComb said. “I wanted to be a name, not just an IDRead More

R-MC Alumnus Spotlight: Andrew Rowe

R-MC Alumnus Spotlight: Andrew Rowe

Features, Other Spotlights May 26, 2014 at 5:04 pm 0 comments

Andrew Rowe, ’13, graduated from Randolph-Macon College with a major in economics and business. Currently, he works in the Admissions Department as an Admissions Counselor. While a student at R-MC, Rowe was an orientation leader, brother of Kappa Alpha Order and a member of Macon Outdoors. Rowe said he wasRead More