African American Greeks join historic organization

African American Greeks join historic organization

The weekend of April 11-13 was a huge weekend here at Radford for African American Greek Life. This marks the full return of the National Pan-Hellenic Council, which is the collabo ...

RUPD gives Quadfest safety advice

RUPD gives Quadfest safety advice

With Quadfest kicking off last weekend and people preparing to enjoy more partying and Quadfest activities this upcoming weekend, there is a general concern of how to stay safe dur ...

Softball remains undefeated in new stadium

Softball remains undefeated in new stadium

Ever since the new softball stadium has opened, the Radford softball team had been perfect going 6-0.  On Thursday the team played host to the Appalachian State Mountaineers in a d ...

Alexander Lee helps lift Highlanders over Campbell

Alexander Lee helps lift Highlanders over Campbell

After the road game against Virginia was cancelled due to weather, Radford came back home for a weekend series against the Campbell Camels. Game one of the series was all about the ...

RU’s Communication Week enlightens students

RU’s Communication Week enlightens students

This past week the School of Communication held Communication Week for its students with a series of two speakers a day, along with chances to meet and greet with the speakers. I h ...

WSLS 7 journalist visits RU for COMS Week

WSLS 7 journalist visits RU for COMS Week

As part of the Communication Week string of seminars, Tim Saunders, a veteran television journalist and Radford University alumnus, gave a speech on his experience in the field wit ...

Baseball picks up two wins

Baseball picks up two wins

The Radford University baseball team played four home games this past week against rivals. First up was a Wednesday night tilt with in-state 81 rival James Madison University. Over ...

Former NFL player talks sports, life and more

On Sept. 1, R-SPaCE hosted former NFL linebacker, Dion Foxx, who gave a presentation in the Bonnie auditorium about school, career and life after football. Foxx has been doing these types of events for nearly six years. He explained how discipline, mental and physical toughness and the ability to adapt to you more ...

September 10, 2014 (0) comments

Cross country kickoff is rained out at Virginia Tech

The Highlanders men’s and women’s cross country teams were supposed to kick off their season at the Hokie Invite at Virginia Tech, September 5, but that event was canceled due to inclement weather earlier in the day. Coach Mackenzie Wartenberger has high hopes for both teams this year. Regarding the men’s tea more ...

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Advice from a senior

With all the responsibilities, stress and long nights through the school year, summer has become a time for college students to take a much-needed break. For most, it is a glorious compilation of days when you never have to leave your bed. For others, it is a chance to catch up on more college-related work: i more ...

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Katniss overpowers Beatrice: How blockbuster ‘Divergent’ flops

Over the summer I saw the movie "Divergent" with my friend and sadly, I was not impressed.  I felt that this movie was an effort to steal money from teenagers and was a blatant copy of "The Hunger Games." It was also, in my opinion, just too long and dragged out.  The movie contains a female protagonist, dyst more ...

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