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  1. Radford Singers to perform at Carnegie Hall in February »

    11/19/2019

    The Radford Singers, an ensemble group in the Department of Music, has been invited to participate in the National Concert Women’s Chorus at Carnegie Hall in New York City in February of 2020.

     

  2. ‘An Evening of Ballet’ opens tonight at Bondurant Auditorium »

    11/14/2019

    Students in Radford University’s Department of Dance are gearing up to present “An Evening of Ballet” for three nights starting at 7:30 p.m. November 14 through 16, 2019. The program will last just under an hour and will feature four dance pieces.

  3. Graphic design students explore new communication technologies »

    11/14/2019

    Students in Assistant Professor John O’Connor’s Emerging Technologies in Graphics Visualization course spent the fall 2019 semester learning about innovative new methods for communicating information to audiences.

  4. ‘Super-Duper Student Show!’ announces call for entries »

    11/12/2019

    The Radford University Art Museum recently rebranded its annual juried student show with increased award amounts and a new name.

  5. Nonprofit brings Martinsville High School Jazz Band to RU for music workshop »

    11/12/2019

    Dr. Dayl Burnett recently conducted a workshop with Martinsville High School Jazz Band students on the campus of Radford University. The students were able to travel to Radford thanks to funding by the For Alison Foundation, a nonprofit created to honor the memory of WDBJ 7 journalist Alison Parker.

  6. Dance alumna hired by prestigious Massachusetts dance festival: Q&A with Fiona Scruggs »

    11/11/2019

    Dance alumna Fiona Scruggs, ’19, took time out of her busy schedule to tell us about her new position as School Programs Coordinator for Jacob’s Pillow, the longest running summer dance festival in the United States.

  7. Art students study gothic architecture at regional sites »

    11/11/2019

    Thanks to a High Impact Practices grant, students in Dr. Carlee Bradbury’s Gothic Architecture course were able to experience the distinctive architectural style up close by traveling to locations in southwest Virginia.

  8. Steinbeck’s 'The Grapes of Wrath' comes to Radford University »

    10/23/2019

    The American Shakespeare Center’s 2019/20 National Tour comes to Radford University with a free public performance of Steinbeck’s Great American Novel, “The Grapes of Wrath,” on November 9, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. at Bondurant Auditorium in Preston Hall.

  9. Student’s dinosaur sculpture on display at Virginia Museum of Natural History »

    10/22/2019

    Junior graphic design major Ling Jie Gu’s allosaurus sculpture recently became part of a permanent display at the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville, Virginia.

     

CVPA News From University Relations

  1. Radford University joins worldwide celebration of women in entrepreneurship  »

    10/11/2019

    Radford University is hosting Women Entrepreneurship Week on October 19-26 to celebrate the entrepreneurial pursuits of women on campus, in the region and around the world.

  2. Entrepreneurship leads graphic design student to New York Fashion Week »

    9/27/2019

    When Honors College graphic design student Sophie Smith launched her online clothing storefront on Depop, she wanted to meet a niche of the market: alternative 90s clothes. Little did she know that by fulfilling that need, she would land up in New York City for the world-renowned New York Fashion Week.

  3. Radford University cuts ribbon on its new lab for student entrepreneurs »

    9/27/2019

    Radford University officially opened its new home for student entrepreneurship Thursday, Sept. 26, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Kyle Hall.

  4. From freshmen to graduate students, first day of classes is exhilarating  »

    8/29/2019

    Fall semester 2019 classes began at Radford University on Aug. 26.