At a glance, the idea of college athletes unionizing might seem a little silly. In the minds of the American public, we link unions with “Big Labor”: established industries with thousands (or millions) of employees that keep our economy running on all cylinders. Currently, however, many student-athletes are devoting timeRead More
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Relay For Life kicked off its sixth philanthropy event at Randolph-Macon this past weekend. The event was held on Saturday, May 3 from 6 p.m. until Sunday, May 4 at 6 a.m. There were 28 teams registered, which totaled 337 participants, not to mention all the walk-on participants totaling overRead More
James Murray, ’09, originally from Manchester, MI, and now living in Ashland, graduated from Randolph-Macon Cum Laude and with honors. A double major in Drama and English, and a minor in music, Murry currently is a faculty member at R-MC and works in the library as an Audio-visual Specialist. HeRead More
Katie Umberger, from Hershey, Pa, is an art history major who is very active on the Randolph-Macon campus with her involvement in various activities such as concert choir, the Leadership Fellows Program, and being a recent inductee into Phi Beta Kappa. Umberger said she first decided to come to R-MCRead More
Fred Parks, from Buckfield, Maine, is majoring in chemistry and is very much involved in the sciences at Macon. He is the hiking coordinator of Macon Outdoors, was a student researcher in two SURF projects and is the president of Chi Beta Phi honor society for the sciences. Parks saidRead More
Professor Joe Mattys, a beloved drama professor here at Randolph-Macon, has decided to retire at the end of the 2013-2014 school year. R-MC, while not the first institution for Mattys to teach at, is a place where he said he was able to help students experience the dramatic arts. “IRead More