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  1. Theatre Professor Launches New Podcast for Actors  »


    Theatre professor Robyn Berg has joined forces with licensed professional counselor Bonny O'Neill to produce a new podcast for actors, "Staying Me While Being You."

  2. Spooktacular IV Rises from the Grave »


    Every October, the Department of Music puts on a campus concert of quirky, spooky and spine-chilling tunes for students, staff and faculty. But this year the event will see new life as a free public show on Friday, October 27.

  3. Avast Ye Landlubbers! T'was Pirating By Design »


    September 19 was “International Talk Like a Pirate Day.”  The Department of Design recognized it as an opportunity to host a creative and fun learning experience for first year students in Design 100.

  4. Radford University's Inaugural Health and Wellness Awareness Week Ignites Inspiration in Students »


    Radford University's Music Department proudly launched its first-ever Health and Wellness Awareness Week over the past weekend, leaving a resounding impact on students' physical and mental well-being.

  5. Something to Crowe About »


    Recent Radford Music grad, Hudson Crowe, has landed overseas in the middle of a dream.  

  6. Dancing Between Two Worlds »


    Senior Serenity Grace Sears carries a double major in Dance and Media Studies (Journalism concentration). An unlikely combination? Perhaps, but for the new editor of the Tartan, they are closely related.

  7. Radford Theatre Brings Its Voice to Silent Sky »


    Radford University’s first play of the season, Silent Sky, mixes science and history with relatable human emotion and powerful philosophical questions.

  8. Interior Design Graduate Wins International Contest »


    A recent Radford graduate in Interior Design, Erica Campos (23), received the C-IDEA Design Award in the Architecture and Landscape category on September 3.

  9. Radford Music Professor in European Summer Tour »


    Dr. Robert Trent discusses his performances in Portugal and Spain this summer.

  10. Pastoral retrospective comes to Radford »


    Radford alumna, Jane Duncan Stogner, returns to the Tyler Gallery on September 5th for a 50 year retrospective on her career as an artist.

CVPA News From University Relations

  1. Highlander Highlights: Week of March 4, 2024 »


    Every two weeks, Highlander Highlights shares with readers some of the extraordinary research and accomplishments happening on and off campus through the tireless work and curiosity of our students and faculty. 

  2. ‘Shark Tank’ meets Shakespeare: An ongoing business study casts theatre majors in dual roles »


    The research project, spearheaded by Richard Gruss of the Davis College of Business and Economics, examines some of the elements that make one sales pitch succeed over another. Gruss recently drafted four acting students from the College of Visual and Performing Arts to present fictional pitches, which were used to help gather data. 

  3. Theatre major Annie Bolte takes the director’s chair with student production »


    After helming standalone scenes and a one-act play, theatre major Annie Bolte is now directing a highly ambitious student production of “The Aliens” by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Annie Baker. “This is the big league,” Bolte said of the project. 

  4. Highlander Highlights: Week of February 5, 2024 »


    Every two weeks, Highlander Highlights shares with readers some of the extraordinary research and accomplishments happening on and off campus through the tireless work and curiosity of our students and faculty.

  5. Highlanders in the News: Week of Jan. 1, 2024 »


    This week in Highlanders in the News: A new podcast about acting and well-being, created and hosted by Associate Professor Robyn Berg, welcomes recent graduate Queen Miller ’23; also, next week will bring a streaming crash course on the Blue Ridge Mountains, led by geology department Chair and Associate Professor Jonathan Tso.

  6. Highlanders in the News: Week of Dec. 18, 2023 »


    This week in Highlanders in the News: Self-starter Stacey Price ’99, M.S. ’01, adds another link to her growing entrepreneurial chain; and Roanoke social worker Danielle Austin-Johnson, ’13, M.S. ’18, lends her profile to a local work of art. 

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