An interview with Spectrum, Radford’s LGBTQ+ organization

Spectrum is the only Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer/Questioning, and others (LGBTQ+) organization on campus, whose primary goal is to provide a safe environment for LGBTQ+ students and allies. Spectrum seeks to create a family and support system that some students may not have due to their identity.

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Ready Player One movie review

Ready Player One, a movie that just seemed that it only had half the effort Spielberg put in it.

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A Glimpse Into the Hollins Art Faculty Show

This past week, the new RU Art Museum on Tyler welcomed five guest artists from Hollins University to host the Hollins Art Faculty Show. The guest artists specialize in different styles and mediums, ranging from physical porcelain works to the more usual use of oil on canvas, to even using printer ink as their instrument of choice. The diversity and specialty are awe-inspiring.

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Movie Review

The Last Jedi is the latest installment of Disney’s newest Star Wars trilogy. Taking place after Episode VII, The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi continues the story of Rey, Finn, and Kylo Ren in the conflict between the remnants of the First Order and the Resistance.

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“Lady Macbeth and her Pal, Megan”; A Review

It’s March, so that means that it is Women’s History Month, and Radford University is taking part in the festivities with activities hosted by the Women’s Studies Club. One of these activities was the two-night showing of the one-woman play Lady Macbeth and her Pal Megan, written and performed by comedian and playwright, Megan Gogerty.

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The Chinese Club’s Lunar New Year Festival

It is now the year of the Dog, and Radford, along with many Asian families from the area, is celebrating the new year. Every year, for eighteen years now, Dr. I-Ping Fu and the Chinese Culture Club at Radford have collaborated to organize a show for both Radford students and Asian families of the New River Valley.

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