Ashland Theater Committee
Appreciates R-MC Volunteers
Students & Faculty at Randolph-Macon give back to our community through volunteer work & training. (Pictured below: Delta Zeta helped cater for 'Bond Night' at the Ashland Theater).
R-MC Donates Computer and
Database to the Ashland Museum
Dr. John McManus, RMC Computer Science professor, teaches Rosanne Shalf, president of the Ashland Museum on how to use the new Access Membership database developed by his student Caroline Young. In addition, Dr. McManus donated his Apple computer system to be used for scanning historical documents.
(Photo: Left: Rosie Shalf, President of the Ashland Museum and Right: Dr. John McManus R-MC)
Macon a Difference Day - Sat April 25th
R-MC students will be doing service projects for the entire community on April 25th. Stay tuned for details in our next issue of GET CENTERED.
R-MC EVENTS Open to the Public
Check out these wonderful FREE events sponsored by Randolph-Macon College that are open to the public in Mar 15':
Lecture: Was Cleopatra Hot? History Talk by R-MC Women's Studies
Art Exhibit: Works by Don Crow: New Work
Tues. March 10, 2015 at 6pm Brock Commons (Dollar Tree Community Room)
Dance: Latin Ballet of Virginia
Wed. March 11, 2015 at 7:30pm Brock Center Aerobics Room (400 N. Center St.) Free performance!
Flippo Gallery,Pace-Armistead Hall (211 N. Center Street) Show runs until March 20th.
Click HERE to see R-MC Events that are open to the public. Visit Randolph-Macon College website for the schedule of sporting events & visit their bookstore too! Many thanks to R-MC for giving so much to our community!