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Are meal plans too expensive

Maggie Brown Radford University has a couple different meal plans available to its students. There are ones that offer 19 or 15 meals per week, while another offers $594.00 per semester for the student to spend and keep up with on their own, and then there is one specifically made for commuters. All of […]

Why spring is my favorite season


Hannah Curran Winter is a pretty miserable season in my opinion. I usually cannot wait for the cold to end and for spring to come.  Spring is a beautiful season. The flowers bloom and the weather finally turns warmer, but it’s not too hot. Most of winter I feel as if the sun does […]

Rad things to do at Radford for the spring season


Maggie Brown There are many fun activities for students to do around Radford University. Radford’s University itself offers so many opportunities in the recreation field, not to mention what the surrounding communities offer to the students of both Radford University and Virginia Tech. With spring in the air, we are finally able to step […]

Climate change is obvious now more than ever


Hannah Hale There have always been the same debates on climate change. Is it real? Is it just the natural cycle of the Earth? Questions like these have been driving people to write about climate change as unimportant or normal, and this could mean neglect and devastation to our planet. The evidence of climate […]

Female historical figures who many people may not know about


Lindsay Miller In comparison to male historical figures, the number of women that we learn about throughout school is upsettingly low. Though many men have obviously accomplished great things, there are also numerous women who have made large contributions to the betterment of our country and the empowerment of women. Since 1987, the month […]

My thoughts on Women’s History Month


Mekhiya Gregory Women are undeniable powerhouses. From mothers raising their children to business women running companies, women play significant roles in our society. Despite the many significant contributions women make to the world, we are still undervalued in most cultures. It’s because of the severe lack of respect for a strong woman that makes Women’s […]

It is 2017 and men and women are still not equal


Hannah Hale Women are not equal to men. Yes, we can vote. Yes, we can get an education. Yes, we can work. No, that does not mean we are equal to men. Also, to just clear this up as well, feminism does not mean women should be treated better than men. The Oxford Dictionary […]

Why I am against unpaid internships

In today’s world, internship experience is a must when it comes to securing a job immediately after college. Unfortunately, unless students can find a major internship in their hometown, which is unlikely for most students, internship opportunities come hand in hand with the financial burden. Students have to factor in the cost of living which […]

Why I chose my major


Maggie Brown College is an important part of your career. It is the basis and structure of the rest of your life. No matter what you do with your life, or what you want to do, getting an education is very important. I learned while growing up how important getting an education is. My […]

Is there too much pressure to get a job after graduating college?

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Mekhiya Gregory Life after college. There are a lot of things students do after they graduate. Some work on expanding their education and others start working straight into their careers. Most college students feel making that adult step could be difficult, as well as finding what you want to do after your undergraduate college […]

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