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This week in history at R-MC

Features September 23, 2015 at 6:43 pm 0 comments

After searching through The Yellow Jacket archives in Randolph-Macon’s Special Collections, The Yellow Jacket shares what was newsworthy at this time of the year throughout the decades. The Yellow Jacket, September 1925 Specific rules are drawn up by the Stu-dent Council for freshman students to follow. These rules include attendingRead More

Ashland Museum enhancing access with Inside Out

Ashland Museum enhancing access with Inside Out

Features September 23, 2015 at 6:42 pm 0 comments

ASHLAND, VA–Town Council learned about the future of Ashland’s history at its Aug. 18 meeting. Roseanne Shalf, president of the Ashland Museum, spoke to the council about Ashland Museum Inside Out and what benefits the museum’s new program will bring to the table for this historically significant town. The missionRead More

International Students take R-MC

News September 23, 2015 at 6:40 pm 0 comments

Randolph-Macon is happy to welcome twelve new international students to campus this school year. R-MC has gained three new students from Vietnam, two students from France, two students from Spain, one student from the comarca of Lea in Spain, and one student from each of the following countries: Ireland, Italy,Read More

Welcoming the class of 2019

Welcoming the class of 2019

News September 23, 2015 at 6:38 pm 0 comments

Every student can remember taking hours to get their hair just right, charge their phone for pictures, and put on shoes that were a little too uncomfortable to wear for any other occasion. Unfortunately, this year students could not even begin to plug in the hair dryer to start theirRead More

Field hockey team looks for ODAC redemption

Sports September 28, 2014 at 5:37 pm 0 comments

The Randolph-Macon athletic com­munity is excited to see how the women’s field hockey team will do this year. After finishing 6-2 in the ODACs in the 2013 season, the team advanced to the championship round of the ODAC playoffs where they lost to Lynchburg College by two. However, the endRead More

Opinion: Ray Rice domestic abuse case

Football, Sports September 28, 2014 at 5:36 pm 0 comments

Roughly 45 percent of the National Football League’s fan base is made up of women, yet the NFL continues to promote the idea that women are not worthy of respect by continuing to employ men who are abusive. Eighty-seven arrests involving 80 players have been made over the last 14Read More

Adrian Peterson: An excuse of a man

Football, Sports September 28, 2014 at 5:34 pm 0 comments

In 2013, shortly after the death of his two-year-old son, whom he had never met, Adrian Peterson told reporter Laura Okmin that “God wants good to come from it” when asked about his son’s death. Correct me if I am wrong, but I don’t think God meant for the goodRead More

Adrian Peterson: Disciplining v. abuse

Football, Sports September 28, 2014 at 5:32 pm 0 comments

On the football field, Adrian Peterson is a star, perhaps the best running back in the NFL. But as Peterson runs through the record books, he will never be able to outrun his latest allegations of child abuse. As of Sept. 12, Peterson is under investigation for “reck­less or negligentRead More

Michigan gubernatorial race remains competitive statistically

Michigan gubernatorial race remains competitive statistically

Politics, Politics and Opinions September 28, 2014 at 5:30 pm 0 comments

The race for the gov­ernor’s mansion in Michigan represents one of the most competitive contests of the 2014 election cycle. A poll by We Ask America identified that 43 percent of likely voters would choose Republican incumbent Rick Sny­der at the polls while another 43 percent would vote for oneRead More

Interview with candidate James Carr

Politics, Politics and Opinions September 28, 2014 at 5:26 pm 0 comments

James Carr is running as a Libertarian candidate in Virginia’s 7th district. He gradu­ated from William and Mary in 2000 and attained a BBA in business finance. After managing a rock band for a few years, he has had experience in the defense contract­ing industry as a senior cost analystRead More