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Mourning Professor John Mingus

Mourning Professor John Mingus

News January 2, 2016 at 4:55 am 0 comments

On October 10, students were notified of the passing of a beloved professor. The day before, October 9, Professor John Mingus passed away. In 1989 the college welcomed the previous actor, high school teacher, and college professor with arms wide open and now the Randolph-Macon community mourns him with heavyRead 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

SGA blood drive successful

News October 5, 2015 at 6:51 pm 0 comments

Randolph-Macon’s Student Government Association, commonly referred to as “SGA,” hosted its first blood drive of the year on September 17th, 2015. During the drive, SGA exceeded their goal of usable units, making the Randolph-Macon community excited for its success. Every year, R-MC partners with the American Red Cross to hostRead 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

A letter from the editor

News September 14, 2015 at 6:28 pm 0 comments

Dear Freshmen, This is my third and final time writing this letter. I am so jealous of you and the position you are in right now. You are starting off with a clean slate. No embarrassing stories from the weekend or letters home about unsats. As I enter my lastRead More

Yellow Jacket Senior Spotlights – Managing Editor: Katrina Zurasky

Yellow Jacket Senior Spotlights – Managing Editor: Katrina Zurasky

Features, Senior Spotlights August 15, 2015 at 4:21 pm 0 comments

Most people who read the newspaper do not realize all of the late nights and endless hours that are put into the paper, but managing Editor, Katrina Zurasky, knows this reality all too well. She spent much of her time on The Yellow Jacket staff making sure pictures were edited,Read More

Yellow Jacket Senior Spotlights – Editor in Chief: Naoko Branker

Yellow Jacket Senior Spotlights – Editor in Chief: Naoko Branker

Features, Senior Spotlights August 15, 2015 at 4:19 pm 0 comments

Naoko Branker, the 2014-2015 Editor-in-Chief, was a member of the Yellow Jacket staff for all four of her years at Randolph-Macon. She served as a staff writer, the Senior News Editor, and Editor-in-Chief. Looking back on her time as Editor-in-Chief, she realized that one of her favorite memories actually occurredRead More

Letter from the future editors

News August 15, 2015 at 4:14 pm 0 comments

Dear Randolph-Macon community, We want to say how extremely excited we are to be the Editor in Chief and Managing Editor for the 2015-2016 school year. We want to make this the best year yet and we are going to do everything in our power to keep you informed.   WithRead More

The return of the Theta Chi fraternity house

The return of the Theta Chi fraternity house

News August 15, 2015 at 4:13 pm 0 comments

On Sept. 26, 2012, the Randolph-Macon campus awoke to texts, Facebook posts, and e-mails about a fire that had claimed the Theta Chi fraternity house.   Now, the fire that took the house without warning is forgotten and new memories are being made. Three years later, Theta Chi finally has aRead More

The inch worms return to R-MC campus

The inch worms return to R-MC campus

Features May 16, 2015 at 3:23 pm 0 comments

“Dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge!” The five D’s of dodgeball are slowly making their way on campus. Students are dodging mid-walk, ducking in the middle of the streets, dipping out of sight, and diving away from trees. Any stranger driving through campus could see a handful of students warpingRead More