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Lettuce settle the beef between Chipotle and Moe’s

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Hannah Curran hcurran1@radford.edu With Moe’s opening up just across the street from Radford University’s campus, it has become a very popular place to eat among students. The Mexican restaurant, which specializes in fast food and a cheery, casual atmosphere sparks a lot of debate about whether or not it is better than its fierce competitor, […]

Welcome to Moe’s!

Mehkiya Gregory gmekhiya@email.radford.edu Moe’s is the newest restaurant to open in Radford, Virginia. Located on Tyler Avenue right across the street from Radford University, the casual Mexican joint has a lot of college students hooked. According to General Manager, Joe Poscillio, even after a month of being open, a lot of business is still coming through […]

How to better manage your time

Mekhiya Gregory gmekhiya@radford.edu Being another semester closer to your goal is exciting. With that, how do you start a semester off right? Getting all the proper amount of rest and practicing good time management is an important part of starting off on the right foot. You should also be prepared for your courses and keep up […]

Technology and social media: The effects it has on Radford University students

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Maggie Brown mbrown245@radford.edu Technology is a great help to everyone today, including students at Radford University. It makes life easier, helps individuals be more successful, and it helps students with their studies. However, it can get in the way just as easy as it can help you. Technology has opened up so many doors in […]

Should Radford have a women’s march?

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Hannah Hale hhale3@radford.edu   No matter what your stance is on Donald Trump’s presidency, some citizens are angry with his policies and the things that he has said. This is most evident in the recent Women’s March that took place on Jan. 21. Close to three million people showed up to fill the streets all […]

Fun winter activities to do at Radford

Hannah Curran hcurran1@radford.edu Radford is a beautiful place to be in basically every season of the year. After the white snowfall and wintery weather, Radford is especially lovely and buzzing with activity. Many things get Radford students out into the winter snow once it comes every year. Either with friends or with social organizations, many […]

Showing your school spirit at Radford University

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Emily Sargent esargent@radford.edu   The start of the spring semester means many things; it means readjusting to campus life, meeting new people, and making changes. One of these changes is showing more school spirit. How can you show school spirit? Any demonstration of showing your love and support for your school is considered school spirit. […]

Is 5 p.m. too early to be out of the dorms for breaks?

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Hannah Curran hcurran1@radford.edu Before Christmas break, the dorms close at 5 p.m. on Friday and everyone must be out. There are some exceptions but those people who need are not able to be out by 5 p.m. have to get approval from the Resident Director in their dorm. There can be many problems with the […]

Being eco-friendly while on a college budget

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Hannah Hale hhale3@radford.edu If you have ever tried to live an eco-friendly life, or have researched it, you know that it is not so soft on the budget. After learning this, many people discard the idea of a “green” lifestyle and carry on with their lives with no change. This is especially true for young […]

Family traditions students have for Christmas

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Maggie Brown mbrown245@radford.edu It is about that time again y’all, Christmas is right around the corner! Christmas is a holiday that is widely celebrated all around the world, and there are several different ways this special holiday is celebrated. Like putting up lights around the house, or putting up a Christmas tree in the living […]

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