Events Calendar

  1. March on Washington - Reenactment »

    Thursday, January 22

    6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. @ Tyler Hall 25

    The March will start outside of Tyler Hall. Sponsored by NAACP and the Center for Diversity and Inclusion.
  2. Radford Men's Basketball vs. High Point University »

    Thursday, January 22

    7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. @ Dedmon Center

    Wear white! Free WHITE OUT t-shirts while supplies last.
  3. Radford Women's Basketball vs. High Point University »

    Saturday, January 24

    2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. @ Dedmon Center

    Highlander Doubleheader
  4. Radford Men's Basketball vs. Liberty University »

    Saturday, January 24

    4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. @ Dedmon Center

    Highlander Doubleheader
  5. Last day for undergraduate students to add/drop

    Monday, January 26

    All day

  6. Bill Wightman: Beyond the Tartan Art Exhibit »

    Monday, January 26

    8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. @ Gallery 205

    Although many of the works in Bill Wightman's Radford University alumnus exhibition are intentionally playful, often behind or beyond this sense of play lie other realms of exploration. For example, in the body of work entitled “Careers I’ll Never Have," the images of Wightman as a professional working in a variety of settings explore his self-realized limitations, whether they be aptitude, abilities, resources, etc. The “faked” scenes also intend to address our own instances of fakery when convincing others of our expertise, skills, etc.
  7. Bill Wightman: Beyond the Tartan Art Exhibit Reception »

    Monday, January 26

    5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. @ Gallery 205

    Meet the artist. Although many of the works in Bill Wightman's Radford University alumnus exhibition are intentionally playful, often behind or beyond this sense of play lie other realms of exploration. For example, in the body of work entitled “Careers I’ll Never Have," the images of Wightman as a professional working in a variety of settings explore his self-realized limitations, whether they be aptitude, abilities, resources, etc. The “faked” scenes also intend to address our own instances of fakery when convincing others of our expertise, skills, etc.
  8. Bill Wightman: Beyond the Tartan Art Exhibit »

    Tuesday, January 27

    8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. @ Gallery 205

    Although many of the works in Bill Wightman's Radford University alumnus exhibition are intentionally playful, often behind or beyond this sense of play lie other realms of exploration. For example, in the body of work entitled “Careers I’ll Never Have," the images of Wightman as a professional working in a variety of settings explore his self-realized limitations, whether they be aptitude, abilities, resources, etc. The “faked” scenes also intend to address our own instances of fakery when convincing others of our expertise, skills, etc.
  9. Radford Women's Basketball vs. Gardner-Webb

    Tuesday, January 27

    7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. @ Dedmon Center

  10. A Musical Gathering – Youngmi Kim, Voice Faculty Recital »

    Tuesday, January 27

    7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. @ Performance Hall in the Covington Center

    Radford University’s Youngmi Kim, assistant professor of music, presents her faculty voice recital, which also features musicians from both RU faculty and the local community. Selections include Vivaldi's “Motet Nulla In Mundo Pax Sincera,” Bishop's "Lo, Here the Gentle Lark," Nicolai’s “Variazioni Concertanti” for soprano, clarinet and piano from Bellini’s "La Sonnamnbula," and Korean songs. Musicians include David Allen (clarinet), Judy Bevans (harpsichord), Lisa DeVries (viola), Alistair Leon Kok (violin), Lisa Liske-Doorandish (cello), Emily Reisinger (violin), Erica Sipes (piano), and Peter Shanahan (flute).

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