David C. Jefferson was toting a flower delivery box while walking to the bank. When an officer came up to the man, he pulled out of the box a sawed-off shotgun; the officer shot him down before the suspect could get one off.
Opioids are an epidemic in Virginia
Opioids are an epidemic in Virginia with 1,400 opioid overdose fatalities, and of these deaths, they show a 38 percent increase from 2015, according to …. Radford students give their say in the matter.
Death and Drop Outs Due to Alcohol at Radford
The recent death of Jacob Terry, a freshman due to alcohol poisoning has raised a lot of questions at Radford University of alcohol on a "dry" campus.
The State of the University Inaugural Address
University President Brian O. Hemphill’s first inaugural State of the University address, Oct. 6, reflections on a successful 2016-17 year and the significant progress of the University thus far.
New Vice President for Student Affairs
The search committee has chosen Dr. Ann Marie Klotz as Radford’s new Vice President for Student Affairs. Dr. Klotz will start January 8, 2018, to push forward the process of the 17 Recommendations from the Inaugural Budget Planning Summit of last year.
OURS Celebration of Research 2017
Students and faculty recognize research achievements at the inaugural Celebration of Student and Faculty Collaborative Research program, Oct. 20, at the Joseph P. Scartelli Atrium.
Fire Alarms in Muse
The majority freshman resident hall, Muse, got hit with many fire alarms during early mornings to late hours at night, consisting of 27 plus fire alarms. Students are becoming restless and so are staff.
Radford Gives Back
The second annual Radford Gives Back (RGB) community service project is a campus-wide food drive for Bobcat Backpacks Program, which is a local non-profit community that helps feed over 115 Radford City students, led by President Brian O. Hemphill and Dr. Marisela Hemphill.
Federal Judge Visits Radford
Federal Judge James P. Jones, a Judge in the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court), recently spoke about his life experience becoming a Judge and what moral standards he has to keep all In the celebration of Constitution Day. The Interview The interview was held Tuesday, September 19 in the College of Humanities & Behavioral Sciences …
Halloween: a Q&A of Then and Now
Halloween was not always about the tricks from those rotten teenagers or the treats from the lovely old lady down the street. No, it is darker, the time of year linked with human death.