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Very Short Introductions

@rmclib 's subscription offers 538 titles!

Share your COVID story

What's Your Story?

Share your COVID story with @rmclib!

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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.

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Thank you to our graduating student workers! Best wishes for the future!

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"The Game" R-MC v. H-SC 125+ years of football!

Stream The Game, Saturday, March 27 @ 1p

Read about The Game's history!

yellow callout graphic novels? we have them!

Looking for Graphic Novels?

EBook and print graphic novels are available. This selected list will get you started.

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3.11.11 Commemoration - Taylor Anderson, Class of 2008

Watch the video, Randolph-Macon Remembers 3.11.11, and learn how out of this tragedy, bridges were formed between Randolph-Macon College and the people of Japan’s Tohoku Region,

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The Accessible Archives

Now available to the R-MC community, The Accessible Archives is a collection of historical periodicals and books from the 18th century to the early 20th century.


Macon Memories Interviews

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

Lynda Wright RMC oral histories


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

New music and theatre databases

Women's History Month

Celebrate the accomplishments of Women throughout the month of March!

women's history month

African Americans and Reconstruction: Hope and Struggle, 1865-1883

Primary source materials on African-Americans during the Reconstruction era in American history.

Juneteenth: Remember & Celebrate

Featured Collections

Black History Month Guide

February is a time to celebrate the achievements and history of African Americans. Get started today!

Black History Month 2021

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.

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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! 

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