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10 tips for healthy eating in college

Features September 14, 2015 at 6:35 pm 0 comments

1. Drink water. LOTS of water. I have a cute pink water bottle that goes everywhere with me- I try to drink at least one whole water bottle full during each class. A lot of the time, we think we’re hungry when we may just be slightly dehydrated. If youRead More

Jaclyn Oakes ’16 to compete for Miss Virginia title in June 2015

Jaclyn Oakes ’16 to compete for Miss Virginia title in June 2015

Features, Other Spotlights May 16, 2015 at 3:17 pm 0 comments

Junior Jaclyn Oakes will be progressing to the Miss Virginia pageant in June 2015 after winning the title of Miss Southwestern Virginia. Oakes also won an $18,000 scholarship to Liberty University. The title will allow Oakes to represent her family, school, and nonprofit, Charlie’s Cure, in the Miss Virginia pageantRead More

Look out Trackside, there’s a new burger in town

Look out Trackside, there’s a new burger in town

Features April 23, 2015 at 1:11 am 0 comments

R-MC Students, welcome to the newest section of the Yellow Jacket, where we give you inside information on Ashland’s best, worst, and most average local spots. Know of somewhere special that the student body ought to hear about? Tweet us your local favorites at @YJ_News! If you head past theRead More

Jaclyn Oakes: Future Miss VA?

Jaclyn Oakes: Future Miss VA?

Features, Other Spotlights April 6, 2015 at 8:35 pm 0 comments

When you think of a beauty pageant, does the movie Miss Congeniality come to mind? Randolph-Macon junior Jaclyn Oakes has a passion for competing in beauty pageants, and offers insight to break down stereotypes and educate students about her experiences.   Oakes decided to compete in her first local pageantRead More

Senior Kylie Wash has J-Term fun interning at the National Aquarium

Senior Kylie Wash has J-Term fun interning at the National Aquarium

Features, Senior Spotlights February 26, 2015 at 7:07 pm 0 comments

Randolph-Macon’s unique “January Term” is a time many students use to explore future career paths by taking advantage of the college’s Bassett Internship Program, studying abroad, or taking intensive courses on campus. Senior Environmental Studies major Kyle “Kylie” Wash spent her J-Term in Baltimore at the National Aquarium. According toRead More

Fraternity social event policy changes, guest lists explained

Fraternity social event policy changes, guest lists explained

Features November 26, 2014 at 12:18 am 0 comments

Since the beginning of November, Randolph-Macon students have received fraternity party invitations via email from the Randolph-Macon BUZZ website. Fraternities have previously been required to submit guest lists and social registration forms before holding registered weekend parties, but the process has recently become more transparent to the student body. TheRead More

Senior Spotlight: Darius Saunders

Senior Spotlight: Darius Saunders

Features, Senior Spotlights November 26, 2014 at 12:15 am 0 comments

Darius Saunders, a senior and communication studies major from Martinsville, Virgnia, chose to attend Randolph-Macon for its small atmosphere. Saunders knew attending Randolph Macon would challenge him mentally and push him out of his comfort zone, a theme that has been constant throughout his life. Saunders said that one ofRead More

Senior Spotlight: Chris Leggett, musician and student

Senior Spotlight: Chris Leggett, musician and student

Features, Senior Spotlights October 30, 2014 at 10:11 pm 0 comments

If you go to Randolph-Macon, chances are one of your favorite local musicians is senior arts management major Chris Leggett. Leggett has been performing and writing music since a young age and often plays shows locally at fraternity houses or bars in the Ashland/Richmond area. Leggett chose to attend R-MCRead More

Opinion: Emma Watson and the real meaning of feminism

Opinions, Politics and Opinions October 19, 2014 at 3:02 am 0 comments

On Sept. 20, Emma Watson shed her roots as Hermione and made a speech at the United Nations Headquarters about a new campaign called HeForShe. This campaign encourages men and boys to become advocates for gender equality. How many of you identify as feminists? How many of you are afraidRead More

Bedbugs plague R-MC students

Features September 28, 2014 at 5:12 pm 0 comments

This fall semester, many students at Randolph-Macon have been experiencing bedbug infestations in their dormitories. The infestations have not been limited to a certain dormitory, old or new. They have been reported in several freshman village dorms including Andrews Hall as well as in Thomas Branch dormitory and certain floorsRead More