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  1. Mar 17, 2014

    Face of the CVPA: Q&A with Kelsy Rupp, dance major

    With this week's Department of Dance performance of "Paradigm Shift: An Evening of Women’s Work" in mind, we interviewed Kelsey Rupp. Rupp is a dance major who is both a choreographer and a dancer in the upcoming Women's History event. Here is what she had to say about RU, dance and “Paradigm Shift.”

  2. Mar 10, 2014

    Music professor's last featured recital

    Since 1984, Nitza Kats has been teaching piano with the Department of Music. This year she is retiring and her last featured recital is on March 17.

  3. Mar 10, 2014

    Face of the CVPA: Q&A with Kristina 'Krissy' Klingenberger, Interior Design Major

    Kristina 'Krissy' Klingenberger is a senior interior design major, who recently studied furniture design in Italy. We asked her about this, her two other internships and her inspirations.

  4. Mar 3, 2014

    Face of the CVPA: Q&A with Kristen Hare RU'14

    Kristen Hare is a senior art education major and student teacher. We asked her several questions about her thoughts on art, RU and student teaching.

  5. Mar 3, 2014

    RU continues the tradition of winning ADDY Awards

    RU's graphic design program continues the strong tradition of winning ADDY Awards at the Ronaoke American Advertising Awards.

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  1. Nov 5, 2013

    Scholar-Citizen Initiative class to join small house movement

    The rising costs of buying and maintaining a typical American house - about 1,700-square feet - has created the small house movement that advocates living simply in small homes.

  2. Nov 4, 2013

    RU professor discusses band competitions and their effects on your child

    Can too much competition stifle a young musician's growth? Yes, says Wayne Gallops, director of Bands and Instrumental Music Education at Radford University.

  3. Oct 22, 2013

    Pridemore stage dedicated to beloved RU theater professor

    RU Professor Emeritus Charles L. "Chuck" Hayes was honored on Oct. 19, when the stage in Pridemore Playhouse was named for him.

  4. Oct 14, 2013

    RU Professor Jim Borling helps write the book on music therapy

    For more than 30 years, Jim Borling, professor of music and the director of music therapy at Radford University, has used music to help people heal themselves. For the past two decades, he has become further known for his use of music therapy process while specializing in the treatment of addiction.

  5. Oct 9, 2013

    "The Dining Room" comes to Pridemore Playhouse

    The almost-mythological tradition of sitting down together to a family dinner is the main course of "The Dining Room," the third production of the Radford University Department of Theatre and Cinema's 2013-14 season.

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