3 min read Radford University offered a great opportunity for enjoying a cold Saturday night on Nov. 10 at the Thriller Night Music and Arts Festival that was held at Preston Hall.
2 min read On Oct. 31, Radford University hosted an incredible Halloween party set up by the Recreation and Wellness Center. It lasted from 5 p.m to 9 p.m. in Heth Hall.
3 min read This past Tuesday an event was held at McConnell Library called ‘The Human Library.’ An affair where people from various backgrounds, cities, ethnicities, and even countries came down to share their experiences about memories close to their hearts.
3 min read During the event of the Peace and Mindfulness Forum, there were different speeches about various people and how they look deeply into the field of mindfulness. Surprisingly, the room was full, and all the seats were taken, so some of the attendees had to stand in the back.
3 min read The Laramie Project tells the story of the true reaction to the brutal murder in 1998 of Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming. Shepard was a 21-year-old student at the University of Wyoming. After the knowledge of Shepard’s homosexuality, the case sparked a national debate on hate crime laws. The play brings up topics such as homophobia, violence, and discrimination.
2 min read It’s the Radford Blood Drive that happened right outside the Bonnie last Thursday, Oct. 18. Nurses and health specialists came down to Radford University to ask students and any willing body to donate blood.
3 min read On Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m., the Radford Choir Ensembles put on their fall concert titled ‘Love is Love is Love.’ The show was located in the Performance Hall in the Covington Center.
2 min read This lovely scenery and energetic atmosphere took place at the Hispanic Heritage Month Dinner; where Latino individuals and welcoming allies could converse about sensitive topics and commemorate the diversity that is at Radford.
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