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Schaefer scores “wondergoal” in 7 seconds

Soccer, Sports October 5, 2015 at 7:26 pm 0 comments

It is becoming the goal heard around the campus, as moments after the opening kick-off against FDU Florham University, Andrew Schaefer stole a weak pass headed for a defender, took a couple touches to his right, and fired home a shot straight out of the Barclay’s Premier League into theRead More

Unified and focused, field hockey team blasts off

Unified and focused, field hockey team blasts off

Sports October 5, 2015 at 7:25 pm 0 comments

The R-MC Women’s Field Hockey team is well-versed with the tale of the rabbit’s race against the turtle, and they are keeping a cool head while starting ahead of the pack. While they are off to a great start, the team knows that in order to continue their pace, theyRead More

Mayweather retirement better for sport

Mayweather retirement better for sport

Sports October 5, 2015 at 7:19 pm 0 comments

On September 12th, Floyd Mayweather won his 49th fight against Andre Berto and officially retired from the sport of boxing. The fight had low ratings, which was well-deserved in light of Mayweather’s recent performances. Over the past two decades, Mayweather transformed from a vicious speed demon in to a cautiousRead More

Cowboys surviving without Romo and Dez

Cowboys surviving without Romo and Dez

Football, Sports October 5, 2015 at 7:16 pm 0 comments

It has not exactly been the start to the NFL season that the Dallas Cowboys and their fans had hoped for.   Not including the playoffs, it has already been two weeks into the grueling 17 week long campaign, and “America’s Team” has already lost their top wide receiver, Dez Bryant,Read More

Meet the candidate: Scott Walker

Meet the candidate: Scott Walker

Politics, Politics and Opinions October 5, 2015 at 7:14 pm 0 comments

Aside from his participation in the most recent Republican debate, one of Scott Walker’s biggest claims to recent fame are his thoughts on the status of the American labor force. Indeed, his curious plans for American labor reform, including his most important goal to eliminate the National Labor Relations Board,Read More

EU searching for answers as crisis escalates

EU searching for answers as crisis escalates

Politics, Politics and Opinions October 5, 2015 at 7:12 pm 0 comments

The European Union faces the increasingly difficult task of accepting more than 11 million Syrian people into their member countries during what Mercy Corps calls “the worst humanitarian disaster of our time.” The Syrian refugee crisis has not come without warning. The Syrian Civil War has been brewing for years.Read More

OpEd: Kim Davis on marriage

Opinions, Politics and Opinions October 5, 2015 at 7:10 pm 0 comments

Wrong – Jordon Lee ’16, Junior Politics/Opinions Editor Kim Davis was publicly elected as a county clerk in Kentucky to fulfill many duties, including issuing marriage licenses. The Supreme Court ruled in Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) that it is the fundamental right for same-sex couples to be married under theRead More

Fiorina takes the second debate

Fiorina takes the second debate

Politics, Politics and Opinions October 5, 2015 at 7:08 pm 0 comments

The stage was set in Simi Valley, California at the Ronald Reagan Library when the top 11 Republican nominees took the stage. All eyes were on Donald Trump as many were expecting him to make blunt comments on a variety of issues, such as immigration or the passing of theRead More

Hoedown for Hope

Hoedown for Hope

Features October 5, 2015 at 7:06 pm 0 comments

The Wings of Hope Ranch has devel-oped a program to help unite rescued horses and children facing conflicts so that they can learn how to trust and love together. With 32 children attending ranch sessions, 16 youth leaders, 26 adult volunteers, and 8 rescued horses, Wings of Hope is flourishing.Read More

ISU students vist R-MC

ISU students vist R-MC

Features October 5, 2015 at 7:04 pm 0 comments

The Randolph-Macon community has done it again! As most students already know, the Yellow Jacket family is a welcoming bunch. Just recently, R-MC had the opportunity to welcome a group of visiting students from Ishinomaki Senshu University (ISU) in Japan. After four Randolph-Macon students and their advisors visited the ISURead More