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West Virginia Dance Company Performance

Fiona Scruggs fscruggs@radford.edu On Monday, February 6, 2017, the West Virginia Dance Company (WVDC) captivated the audience in the Albig Studio Theatre in Peters Hall through their diverse and intriguing repertoire. The performance went beyond simply watching for entertainment. Rather, it delved into communicating a story or important meaning with each piece. Not only was […]

Planetarium Show

Planetarium Show | Racheal Downey Thursday night’s Planetarium show at Radford University’s Center for the Sciences revolved around stars, and the role they play is the vastness of space. Joshua Carroll, a senior majoring in Physics, wrote and narrated the show. Carroll’s wit and enthusiasm for the topic guided his audience through an informative presentation […]

Jungle Book

On the weekend of Feb. 2nd, Radford University’s very own R-SPaCE welcomed The Jungle Book into the Bonnie Auditorium. The live action rendition of the Disney classic was met with open arms and nostalgic emotions as students filed into the auditorium to witness the film. Famous celebrities such as Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, Idris Elba […]

Art Exhibition a Fitting Memory of Late Professor and His Work

Racheal Downey rdowney3@radford.edu On February 2nd, Radford University debuted an art exhibition titled “Ed LeShock: A Retrospective” as a tribute to commemorate the life and work of the late Dr. Ed LeShock, former Associate Professor of Art at the University. From graphic design to a drawing, he taught a variety of art classes during his […]

Books that tell a story

Last semester, Professor Andrew Ross taught a class called Contemporary Photography. For this class, a semester project was assigned where students were tasked with creating photography books. Each person in the class took a different approach to the project; whether it was making the book personal to their lives or creating something that showed off […]

Roland Martin speaks out about the importance of social activism

Geoffrey Preudhomme | gpreudhomme@email.radford.edu At this year’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Program, journalist Roland Martin was the guest speaker. Roland Martin is the host of TV One’s NewsOne Now- the first morning news program in history to focus on politics solely from an African-American perspective. At the program, Martin told the audience that while […]

The Conjuring 2

hwilt@radford.edu | Hailey Wilt On Jan. 26th through the 29th Radford University’s very own R-SPaCE welcomed The Conjuring 2 to the Hulburt Student Center’s auditorium. This movie served as a sequel to the infamous 2013 movie The Conjuring. The basic premise of the film being that it is the year 1977, our favorite paranormal investigators […]

The 2017 Juried Student Show

agonzalud@email.radford.edu   The Juried Student Show, on display in the Radford University Art Museum Downtown until Feb. 11, had its opening reception on Thursday, Jan. 26. Attendees gathered at the museum to see the great diversity of students’ artwork on display. The show’s juror was Robert Miller, who has run Miller Off Main St. Galleries […]

B.F.A. Senior Show

Friday Dec. 2 marked the opening of the B.F.A. Senior Show located in the Radford University Art Museum Downtown. The exhibit will be on display from Dec. 2 – 14. It showcases the works of graduating B.F.A. graphic design and studio arts majors. Tonya Gardner, Paul Gartner, Danielle Glumsic, Ryan Owens and Dylan Silliphant are […]

Radford Alumna Makes Her Way to WWE

Emily Lewis elewis@email.radford.edu It was hard enough to choose what subject she would be studying but having to choose what she wanted to pursue a career in was beyond her. Alyssa Strickland had to choose a major that would fit her lifestyle and personality but what would it be? Strickland, 23 attended Radford University from […]

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