This year, more than 90-percent of R-MC students (1183), participated in January Term 2013. This unique month-long program allows students to choose whether to immerse themselves in another culture and study abroad, experience working in their desired career through an internship or delve into a specific area of interest by taking an on- campus course or research assignment. Nearly 100 of these students traveled to one of eight countries: Australia, United Kingdom, Japan, Tanzania, Hungary, China, Guatemala, Germany, Austria and New Zealand. This year, Randolph-Macon supplied video cameras to many of the classes so that students and professors could chronicle their time abroad through video blogs. In this video, students learned about religion, the art of meditation and the culture and history of Japan. The students, led by Professors Timothy Brown and Todd Munson, toured temples, castles and other historic sites. The original video footage was provided by Matthew Wyman ’14. Learn more about Randolph-Macon’s Asian Studies major.