Award-winning journalist Ralph Berrier Jr. will be reading from his book, "If Trouble Don’t Kill Me," at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, at the Radford University Hurlburt Student Center, room 249-250. Admission is free and open to the public.
Berrier '89 and his bluegrass band, Java Brothers, will perform after the reading.
Berrier’s reading is part of Creative Arts Week at Radford University and is sponsored by the Department of Student Activities and the English Club at Radford University.
To learn more, contact the English Club at Radford University at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Radford University is a comprehensive public university of more than 9,900 students. RU serves the Commonwealth of Virginia and the nation through a wide range of academic, cultural, human service, and research programs. Well known for its strong faculty/student bonds, innovative use of technology in the learning environment and vibrant student life on a beautiful 191-acre American classical campus, Radford University offers students many opportunities to get involved and succeed in and out of the classroom. The university offers 69 degree programs at the undergraduate level, and 21 master's programs and three doctoral programs at the graduate level. A Division I member of the NCAA and Big South Athletic Conference, Radford participates in 19 varsity sports—11 for women and eight for men. Since 2005, the university has secured approval and funding for nearly $300 million in capital projects, including both new construction and renovation.
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