About the RMR
The Roddey McMillan Record (RMR) is Winthrop’s monthly multicultural student publication. The RMR has been a significant voice of the minority population of the Winthrop comunity since its creation by Gail Harris in April 1986. It promotes awareness and understanding of issues concerning minorities for the prosperity of the entire Winthrop community.
The purpose of the RMR is to shine light on the many diverse cultures at Winthrop, focusing on issues, concerns and happenings of those who represent the multicultural community on campus.
The Roddey McMillan Record is named after Dr. Cynthia Roddey and Atty, Sheila McMillan. Cynthia Roddey was one of the first African-American students to attend Winthrop University, and Sheila McMillan was the first African-American Winthrop alumni member of the Board of Trustees.
The categories found in an issue of the RMR are feature, news, opinion, culture and lifestyle.
Bri Temple: Editor-in-Chief
Adam Caratenuto: Managing Editor
Téa Franco: News Editor
Zuri Anderson: Culture Editor
Alisha Sweatt: Lifestyle Editor
Isabella Rodriguez: Opinion Editor
Asiah Fulmore: Graphics Editor
Jesse Foxwell: Copy Editor