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21-Year-Old Radford University Student Charged with Second-Degree Murder, Killing Another Student
A 21-year-old female Radford student charged with second-degree murder in which a student was found stabbed to death Thursday morning - Radford’s first murder charge in eight years, the city prosecutor said.
Marvel Legend Stan Lee Dies at 95
Stan Lee, a Marvel of the American comic book industry, dies at 95 due to a series of recent health problems such as a bout of pneumonia and vision issues. Lee's daughter, J.C. Lee, told TMZ that her father was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center early on the morning of Monday, Nov. 12, and died …
University Celebrates First-Generation Students at the First Ever Annual Luncheon
During family weekend last Saturday, Oct. 20, Radford University hosted it's first-ever Annual First Generation Family Weekend Luncheon in the Muse Banquet Room.
Lot Z Closure Effective Immediately Due to Tropical Storm
Due to the passage of the Tropical Storm Michael, which has caused a flash flood watch, wind advisory, and flood warning, the Radford University Police Department issued an RU Alert to move cars from Lot Z effective immediately.
Blizzard Cuts off Power at Radford University
Around 10:30 p.m. Saturday, March 24 the power went out at Radford University due to a blizzard surrounding the City of Radford.
The Debate on the Just and Un-Just of Wars
Is War Ever Justifiable? Peter Kilner and David Swanson came to the Bonnie auditorium this past Monday, Feb. 12, 2018, to debate what is "just" in war and if there's any real reason for having one. The debate began with Kilner stating that this was not a debate between pro-war and antiwar, instead, Kilner says, …
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Drunkorexia, a Wide Spread Health Concern Among College Students
Drunkorexia “involves skipping meals, exercising heavily before drinking alcohol, taking laxatives or diuretics, or vomiting after imbibing. A study presented last week at a meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism suggests this disturbing trend is on the rise,” as stated in CBS’s video ““Drunkorexia” a disturbing trend on college campuses.”
SGA Partners with HEHROS in the Extension of the Winter Coat Drive
Julianna Stanley, the Student Government Association president, has extended the coat drive that SGA ran in conjunction with Helping Eradicate Homelessness through Resources Opportunities and Supplies (HEHROS) from Nov. 13-16, 2017, to include faculty.
Dr. Brian O. Hemphill’s New Class – Writing Anecdotal Leads
On the one hand, there is a particular upright backbone one needs to create something out of a blank canvas to make it the masterpiece they hope it to be. While in comparison, teaching any class is a challenge for a teacher every year, but it also allows the students and the teacher to grow together.