News Releases

  1. April brings awareness to sexual assault  »


    Sexual Assault Awareness Month began April 1, and Radford University will continue to support the important cause with several upcoming events.

  2. RU Pre-Dental Club hosts Run for Hope 5K »


    The Pre-Dental Club at Radford University is hosting the second annual Run for Hope 5K on April 12 at 1 p.m. in Bisset Park.

  3. IT One-Hour Mentor event features alumnus advising aspiring RU IT students »


    Corvesta Director of IT Governance and Project Management Officer David Danco MBA '12 joined Radford University Information Technology (IT) students for the final 2015 One-Hour IT Mentorship program March 27.

  4. It's never too early for your first college visit »


    College is a few years away for Miyakah Banks, but after a visit to the Radford University campus, the aspiring teacher has a good idea about life on campus and her plans for her future.

  5. Greek Week events planned »


    Another week of Greek games, philanthropy and fun is scheduled to kick off April 13 at Radford University.

  6. Criminal justice students try their hand at "CSI" »


    Radford University criminal justice students once again had the chance to show their skills as crime scene investigators at this spring's mock crime scene event.

  7. Kansas professor speaks about women and capitalism »


    Ann Cudd a distinguished professor of philosophy at the University of Kansas (KU), explored in a lecture at Radford University March 30 the pros and cons of capitalism and its overall influences on the lives of women around the world.

  8. Twelfth Night takes the stage »


    Nearly 13 years after first visiting the university with which he shares a name, Matt Radford returns as the guest director for Radford University's production of William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night, or What You Will," opening on April 14.