RMCS 101 course replaces FYEC program

September 11, 2014

This fall, the changes to Randolph-Macon will not just include the addition of new buildings and the largest freshman class on record. In addition, the Curriculum Board has approved the new Randolph-Macon Colloquium/Seminar 101 (RMCS 101) to take the place of the previously taught First-Year Experience Colloquia (FYEC). This courseRead More

RMCS 101 course replaces FYEC program

September 11, 2014

This fall, the changes to Randolph-Macon will not just include the addition of new buildings and the largest freshman class on record. In addition, the Curriculum Board has approved the new Randolph-Macon Colloquium/Seminar 101 (RMCS 101) to take the place of the previously taught First-Year Experience Colloquia (FYEC). This courseRead More

Senior Spotlight: Junior Features Editor Chelsea Mason

Senior Spotlight: Junior Features Editor Chelsea Mason

August 18, 2014

Chelsea Mason was born in San Diego, California, but raised in Chesterfield, Va. After deciding to attend Randolph-Macon, Mason became a Communications Studies major and Journalism and Film Studies double minor. Along with being very involved academically, Mason is also in multiple honor societies and organizations. Mason is a memberRead More

Professor Spotlight: Ted Salins, Film Studies

Professor Spotlight: Ted Salins, Film Studies

May 26, 2014

Originally from Washington D.C., Ted Salins has been a professor at Randolph-Macon College for more than seven years. “An opportunity presented itself and I grabbed it,” Salins said about choosing his career at Macon. Known for his hands-on classes in filmmaking and screenwriting, Salins has a Masters in Fine ArtsRead More

McDonnells convicted

September 11, 2014

Former Governor and First Lady of Virginia Bob and Maureen McDonnell were convicted Thursday of multiple counts of fraud, bribery and corruption in connection with Star Scientific CEO Jonnie R. Williams, Sr. Williams is set to vacate his position in December. McDonnell was convicted of 12 of the 14 chargesRead More

Opinion: On the death of Michael Brown

Opinion: On the death of Michael Brown

September 11, 2014

In the case of Michael Brown, as well as the cases of countless other innocent black men and women in America, there is the question of what to do after the initial backlash in Ferguson, Missouri. Initially, I was saddened and angered by Brown’s murder; I could not talk toRead More

R-MC women’s soccer receives new head coach

September 11, 2014

Just weeks prior to preseason, the Randolph-Macon Women’s Soccer Team received word that they would be coached by a new face in the upcoming 2014 season. Jim Woods, the former head coach of the women’s soccer team, accepted the position as the Assistant Director of Admissions here at Randolph-Macon. SoRead More

Football: Winning the day on, off the field

Football: Winning the day on, off the field

September 11, 2014

Every Randolph-Macon football player is familiar with the long practices, the heat, the sweat drenched uniforms, and the rewarding feeling at the end of the day that makes it all worth it. With a team of 126 players, each player is ready to accept the challenge of being a partRead More

Basketball team prepared for victory

Basketball team prepared for victory

September 11, 2014

Success has never strayed far from R-MC’s basketball team and this season will not be any different. Preparation guarantees success is the motto of this year’s team coming back from a 20-7 overall season and going 14-2 in the ODACS. Coach Nathan Davis, starting his sixth year as head coachRead More

R-MC women’s soccer receives new head coach

September 11, 2014

Just weeks prior to preseason, the Randolph-Macon Women’s Soccer Team received word that they would be coached by a new face in the upcoming 2014 season. Jim Woods, the former head coach of the women’s soccer team, accepted the position as the Assistant Director of Admissions here at Randolph-Macon. SoRead More