Randolph-Macon must be one of the coolest places in the world. My favorite thing is the slogan that's on one of the R-MWC shirts.
Randolph-Macon Woman's College:
Not a girls' school with no men, but a woman's college with no boys.
Here at Macon, when I'm not attending class or web working at the college's Communications office, I'm a regular volunteer with the BIONIC (Believe It or Not I Care) community service organization on campus. I also belong to the Environmental Club, and I'm a member of Bridges.
I chose to make my homepage mostly about Randolph-Macon because it's an easy subject to gather information about, and it gives me time to concentrate more on the organization and layout of these webpages.
I now have some Randy-Mac pictures.
Last spring I happily won the Helen Owen Calvert Award for a paper.
Lynchburg is a city of 70,000 people in Virginia. It is near Thomas Jefferson's summer home of Poplar Forest, and was founded in 1786 by John Lynch, a Quaker who ran a successful ferry operation across the James River. By the time of the Civil War, Lynchburg had also become militarily important for transporting troops and artillery. Nowadays, it's a just quiet but charming city for those who can appreciate small town life.
Much more information is available from LynchburgOnline.
This background was made by me.
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