Monthly Archives: January 2011

Democratic Senator John Chap Petersen

Holly Collins | COMS Portfolio                          John Chap Petersen was born and raised as a leader in his hometown community of Fairfax, Virginia. He applied himself into politics early and served two terms on council after graduating from Williams College in 1990 … Continue reading

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Rhonda Seltz

Born and raised in the New River Valley, Rhonda Seltz is not just an ordinary professor at Radford University. “As a child, I always had a desire to make significant changes at a higher level. I wanted life to be … Continue reading

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Queens Invade Radford

Holly Collins | Nov 17, 2010 | Comments 0 With a turn-out of nearly 70 people, Senior Jenny Wong’s vision for her fraternity, Lambda Alpha Epsilon (LAE), came to life Wednesday evening. “We needed a fundraiser, so I came up … Continue reading

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Pets in College

Holly Collins | Nov 08, 2010 | Comments 0 Senior Ashley Eckert posing with her cat Marshmallow Senior Ashley Eckert has cared for her first cat Ella for more than nine years. The two developed a special bond in which Ella … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes: Lindsey Ward

Holly Collins | Nov 04, 2010 | Comments 0  It’s not just like an ordinary nine to five job. Early in the mornings a marketable story is sought out and identified. The story is then filmed, written, edited, posted on … Continue reading

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Positive Changes in Greek Life

Holly Collins | Oct 11, 2010 | Comments 0 In a full Bondurant auditorium Tuesday, Sept. 21 Dr. Lori Ebert addressed Radford University’s reputation as a “party school,” beginning with Greek life. Recognized as Speaker of the Year and Female … Continue reading

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Why Rush?

Holly Collins | Oct 05, 2010 | Comments 0  Earlier this semester sororities and fraternities made themselves apparent at Radford University. Beginning with the frequent displaying of letters, group chanting and meetings and socials on and off campus, Greek Week has … Continue reading

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