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Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month 2022

Celebrate Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month!

Watch a film! Read an eBook! Listen to music! So many ways to celebrate!

Books unite us, censorship divides us

Banned Books Week

September 17 -- September 24

It's a good day to read a banned book!

Study Spaces

There are many options for studying @rmclib! Come in and find your place! Reservations are available for study rooms and some study carrels. All other areas are first-come, first-served.

Reseach guides by subject area

Subject Area Research Guides

Find articles, videos, ebooks, statistics, and/or websites depending on the topic.

Ukraine Russia border highlighted

Learn About Ukraine

Logon with your R-MC credentials to watch films about Ukraine.

Rachel Anderson and Carol LaHaye, Macon Memories

Hear the Macon Memories interview of Rachel Anderson and Carol LaHaye, https://youtu.be/JlMjYglBNpk

Resources

Macon Memories Interviews

Personal reflections of people with a long-time affiliation with Randolph-Macon College.

Lynda Wright RMC oral histories

Music!

or... Theatre! watch a play from the National Theatre Collection!

New music and theatre databases

Past Promoted Topics

Looking for a place to study?

The library has many types of study spaces, including booths, tables, soft seating, rooms, and carrels. Most are first-come, first-served but you may make reservations for study rooms and a few carrels.

Study spaces in the library

April is Poetry Month!

Enjoy poetry read by the authors. Read and sign up for the "Poem of the Day". Watch streaming videos about poets.

Poetry with coffee

Citizen Science

Participate in data collection for scientific projects on your schedule in an area that you are interested in. Count birds, complete online puzzles, watch the weather... record data, and submit your findings to the project! 

citizen science graphic of earth human shapes holding hands

McGraw-Page Library

Macon Memories