News Releases

  1. Town-gown partnership impacts Radford and Fairlawn communities »


    Radford University partnered with local faith-based organizations on Oct. 1 for the Operation Inasmuch Day of Service.

  2. Hurricane Matthew brings a touch of Scotland to 20th annual Highlanders Festival »


    Musicians, athletes and festivalgoers shrugged off Hurricane Matthew’s bluster to celebrate the Highlander tradition of merrymaking at the 20th annual Radford Highlanders Festival in Bisset Park on Oct. 8.

  3. Criminal Justice brings renowned journalist to campus »


    The Department of Criminal Justice at Radford University will host Hugh Aynesworth at 7 p.m. on Oct. 18 in the Bonnie Auditorium.

  4. The Princeton Review ranks RU among greenest U.S. campuses »


    The Princeton Review once again has recognized Radford University for its commitment to building and maintaining a sustainable, environmentally friendly campus.

  5. Radford University in the media »


    Radford University was featured in multiple media outlets.

  6. Teachers for Tomorrow take a step toward the future  »


    Pulaski County High School students who are considering the teaching profession visited Radford University for a day-long introduction to the opportunities awaiting them in the School of Teacher Education and Leadership.

  7. Alumnus tapped to direct performance »


    Radford University will host a guest director for the play “Dancing On Checkers’ Grave,” set to run Nov. 2-6 as part of the Hawes Studio Theatre series.

  8. Former BB&T CEO speaks at COBE BB&T luncheon »


    Retired BB&T CEO John Allison delivered the keynote address at the COBE BB&T Global Capitalism Lecture Series Oct. 4.

  9. At what age do soccer players peak? Ask an economist »


    Radford University Associate Professor of Economics Seife Dendir’s research into the peak age of professional soccer players has been published in the Journal of Sports Analytics.

  10. Economics is boring, you say? Put a stake in it! »


    COBE Assistant Professor Dan Farhat uses vampires to teach economic decision making.