Here at Whim, we decided to list our favorite things to help those who are still fighting through finals week.
“The bendy straws at Papa John’s in Dalton make my day.
Watching Netflix on my phone between classes really relaxes me.
The mural of an old guy in Porterfield by the side entrance never fails to inspire me.”
“It’s a beautiful place to live and study. I feel like I’m walking through a postcard every time I go to class.
You can do whatever you want to do academically, because there are resources to support you work and professors who care about your success.
People who want to be here love it here, and their passion shows in their work. It’s infectious, and it’s inspiring.”
The diversity of students here is amazing (and it’s not too hard to get accepted), so there are all types of people here.
I love how close everything is in Radford. Being from NOVA, it’s nice to be able to walk everywhere!”
“Smaller class sizes with one-on-one time with your professor.
Every type of student.
All the opportunities are available to you if you look.
“Moffett quad, Highlander rolls, and all the opportunities outside of class.”
“My three favorite things about Radford….the small class sizes, the number of resources available to students on campus and Starbucks.”
“The professors, the community and the campus itself!”
“I love the community. We’re always looking for an excuse to get united under a common flag and they’ve always been there for eachother when times are tough. It’s unlike anything I’ve seen anywhere else.
I love student media because you’ll never meet a more cohesive group of people that will put aside their differences to make an amazing product and I love the experience of growing from a helpless lost Freshman to feeling like you have an important role to play in the community as a senior.”