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McGraw-Page Library: Thank you seniors!

Graduating Seniors

The McGraw-Page Library cannot run without the help of our many student workers. Unfortunately for us, each year we lose many to graduation. We would like to shine a spotlight on them and their wonderful help.

Unity Bowling

Unity Bowling

Hometown:  Henrico, VA

Majors: English & Asian Studies

After R-MC Plans: The next step for me is pursuing a graduate degree, but eventually I would love to work in an academic or observatory library, and/or become an English professor.

Favorite Memory: My favorite library memory is probably getting to learn so much more about R-MC's history and the people that have made an impact here. Both before and during the pandemic, getting to look through files and read or hear about students who used to attend R-MC and faculty/staff that worked here has taught me so much about the school and how some things have changed, but some things have remained the same over decades. While not a single memory, the culmination of all these occurrences has left a lasting impression on me that won't fade any time soon.

Asa Emery

Asa Emery

Hometown: Chesterfield, VA

Majors: Computer Science, Minor in Music

After R-MC Plans: find a suitable job, go back to working on some personal projects, and student loans

Favorite Memory: I've met, talked, and worked with a lot of great people here. From the silliest of discussions to the best of advice, all I can say is that I've had a perfect experience working here at the library. So many memories that I'll keep for a long while.

Raichelle Johnson

Raichelle Johnson

Hometown: Portsmouth, VA

Majors: Art History and Art Management

After R-MC Plans: Over the summer I will participate in a museum archival internship program.

Favorite Memory: My favorite memory of working in the library happened when I discovered the slides of former professor Alfred E. Acey’s study abroad trips. They were the most beautiful collection of photographs I had the pleasure of working with.

Emerald Jordan

Emerald Jordan

Hometown:  Richmond, VA

Majors: Sociology, Minor in Asian Studies

After R-MC Plans: I am taking a  year off to work and then I plan to continue to grad school

Favorite Memory: Watching the surprising number of study groups that form and stay for the library's extended hours during exam week.

Megan Mahoney

Megan Mahoney (Halloween of 2019 (I'm the dinosaur))

Hometown: Porthcawl, Wales

Majors: Communication Studies, Minor in Film Studies

After R-MC Plans: My goal is to have a job in the film industry in the future.

Favorite Library Memory: probably when I had to change the ink in the printer but did not know how. I asked Lynda [a librarian] for help but she also did not know what to do and I ended up emptying an entire ink cartridge on myself. That day I learned that the ink comes out in powder, not liquid form.

Reily Risley

Reily Risley

Hometown: Tappahannock, VA

Majors: Double in English and Psychology

After R-MC: Goal is to acquire a position as a legal assistant or paralegal and then apply to law school.

Favorite Library Memory: Finals week treats with donuts, cookies, hot chocolate, and study break activities!

Jewel van den Ende

Jewel van den Ende

Hometown: Tappahannock, VA

Majors: English and Secondary Education, Minor in French

After R-MC: Eight grade English teacher.

Favorite Library Memory: Working nights with my friends