Check out Radford University’s very own ROC-TV and their first episode of “ROC Update,” a YouTube series that includes news, sports, comedy sketches and student interviews in one neat, red-and-white package. If you’re interested in learning more about ROC-TV or getting involved with them, check out their website.
Hey guys, how’s life? I considered doing a Harlem Shake special this week, but I started watching videos of it and as much as I love the Shake, after about 10 crappy ones the music began to make me want to kill myself. It was a great fad with a terrible, emotion shattering 30 seconds of music. So I decided to scrap the idea and go with a regular show this week. If you would like to see some Harlem Shaking, check out the article on Radford University’s own attempt. It’s pretty fantastic. Continue reading Weekly Time Wasters: Baboon torture and penny revenge
Following the April 16, 2007 shootings at Virginia Tech, Radford University updated its alert system so students would be notified of potential dangers sooner than in previous years.
Currently, there are nine ways students can be notified in the event of an emergency: RU alert notification, campus IP telephone reverse announcement system, RU active crawl computer messaging, campus siren and verbal notification system, campus signage system, campus cable television interrupt system, RU website, WVRU public radio and social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter. All or a combination of some may be used in the event of an on campus emergency or off campus emergency. Using multiple communication systems helps keep students informed and educated while spear heading potential rumors in an emergency situation. Continue reading Video: President Kyle explains the RU alert system