Spending Thanksgiving with your family is an amazing day full of love, laughs and food comas. Wash, rinse, repeat. However, the celebration of thanksgiving with all of your closest friends all in the same room surrounded by mounds food, drinks, music, games and FUN! Now that’s something magical! Imagine all the laughs, cheers, and memories you are only a few days from experiencing. Gear up because Friendsgiving is coming to town and all of Radford University is getting excited!
Whether you can’t make it home and you’re here in Radford for the holiday or you just want to host a Thanksgiving dinner with your favorite Highlanders, Friendsgivings can be a blast!
Tips for Hosting a Stellar Friendsgiving:
Host makes the Turkey
Every kind of potato you can think of…
Dress up like pilgrims (but really it would be hilarious!)
Designate a table to desserts… they are their own food group afterall
Create your own hashtag
Add a personalized snapchat filter
Photo booth anyone?!
For more Friendsgiving advice check out the article below!
Now that you're all moved in and settled in your apartment at Copper Beech, it's time to think about starting classes. With Radford University classes starting Monday, August 26th, you're running out of days to get prepared! See our shopping list below to get you started on the basics:
Nobody likes moving, let's be honest! To help ensure your seamless move in to Copper Beech, we've made a list of easy tips to make your move in process as smooth as can be.
First Month's Rent
Remember that at move in you will be required to submit your first month's rent payment. This can be done using a certified check or a money order! Unfortunately, we do not accept cash.
Pack an Essentials Box
Pack this box with everything you need to get you through your first 24 hours in your new home. This includes clothes, toiletries, snacks, sheets for the bed, shower curtain, and the coffee maker, so you can take your time unpacking the rest.
The less you have, the fewer boxes you need to move. Now is the time to sell, or just get rid of anything you don't need. Keep in mind that if you donate, you can use the receipt to claim a tax deduction.
Label Your Boxes
Use color-coded stickers to label each box according to room, so you know exactly where they all belong or use label tape to clearly state what goes where in your new home!