News Releases

  1. 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.

  2. Campus reflects on Women's History Month at closing reception »


    Hand-in-hand, several Radford University administrators, faculty, staff and students stood before a crowded Covington Center atrium on April 1 and gave a much-deserved Broadway-style bow.

  3. Recycling events concluded with impressive results »


    Results are in for a trio of recent campus recycling events, all of which support Radford University's participation in RecycleMania 2015.

  4. 2015 Highlander-in-Action Awards announced by Scholar-Citizen Initiative »


    Four Radford University undergraduates will embark upon original research projects this summer thanks to grants from the Scholar-Citizen Initiative.

  5. Bush Hager to headline McGlothlin Celebration of Teaching »


    Jenna Bush Hager will deliver the keynote address at the 2015 McGlothlin Celebration of Teaching on April 16 at Radford University's Bondurant Auditorium at Preston Hall.

  6. International Guitar Festival returns to Radford »


    The 14th Annual Radford University International Guitar Festival will unite internationally noted guitarists in sonic splendor at the Performance Hall in the Covington Center for Visual and Performing Arts, April 10-12.

  7. Oriental medicine featured at premiere Transcultural Practice Symposium »


    The science of oriental medicine will be the topic of the first-ever Transcultural Practice Symposium, featuring Hoyoon Chong, professor and practitioner at the Virginia University of Oriental Medicine, April 13-14.

  8. ESPN Commentator and RU Alumnus to deliver Spring Commencement Address »


    ESPN Commentator Marty Smith, a Radford University alumnus, will be the keynote speaker at Radford University's 2015 Spring Commencement on Saturday, May 9, at 10 a.m. on the university’s Moffett Lawn.