Rob Rhoton, a senior from Columbia, MD, is graduating in just a few short weeks but has been very involved on campus since his freshman year. He is double majoring in Accounting and Economics/Business, and has been very active with Greek Life. Rhoton said his neighbor who graduated from Randolph-MaconRead More
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Some little girls dream of being a princess when they grow up. When they reach high school, dreams of being a celebrity can take the place of the princess. Prom is the perfect way to reach celebrity status while still living a normal life. For a lot of young womenRead More
Changes in R-MC dining services are slow but steady. Randolph-Macon College recently has developed a branch of the Student Government Association (SGA) that deals specifically with student concerns regarding on-campus dining options. On-campus dining services are provided by Chartwells, a company that provides food of all levels. Food at R-MCRead More
Hanover County investigators are attempting to identify a dead man found Wednesday morning behind the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle shop in the 10400 block of Washington Highway north of Virginia Center Commons. The white man appeared to be in his mid-to-late 50s and there was no immediately apparent cause of death. AnRead More
Linda Carne, former Executive Director of the Center for Personal and Career Development at Randolph-Macon College, pleaded guilty on Monday April 21 to embezzlement in a Hanover Circuit Court. Carne admitted embezzlements that totaled around $22,979.80 from the 12,000-Scout strong Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia, which covers 30Read More
Randolph-Macon’s Habitat for Humanity chapter recently held and “Act Speak Build Week” event from April 7-12. The goal was to educate the campus and community on the mission and outreach of the organization. Altogether, $275.17 was raised. Day 1: Habitat welcomed Associate Director of Advocacy Training Jose Quinonez at HabitatRead More
Randolph-Macon College’s Jewish student organization, Hillel, will be taking a trip to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., on April 27. “This day serves to commemorate the nearly six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust,” Hillel member Moriah Webster ’16 said. The museum is dedicated toRead More