Author Archives: Seth Bauguess

Amigos Latinos Alumni Gala to raise money for Latino Wright State students

Logo for the Wright State Alumni Association

The inaugural Amigos Latinos Alumni Gala is set for Saturday, May 10, from 5 to 10 p.m. at the Wright State University Nutter Center. Continue reading

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Over 700 attend 2014 ArtsGala

In customary fashion, Arts Gala 2014 kicked off with a patriotic show that's always a crowd pleaser.

Wright State University’s annual ArtsGala offered patrons a night of unparalleled entertainment. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Around Campus, Art and Art History, Arts Scene, CELIA, Home news sidebar, Homepage Photos and Video, Liberal Arts, Music, News, Photos, Special Categories, Theater, Dance, and Motion Pictures |

Wright State police officer recognized for his service to emancipated foster students

Wright State police officer Kurt Holden relishes the chance to help young people who might need more than luck to achieve their dreams.

Fairborn Knights of Columbus present Blue Coat Award to Kurt Holden. Continue reading

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Wright State hosting ArtsGala

Excerpt The annual Wright State University ArtsGala, which has raised more than $1.6 million for arts scholarships during its 14-year history, is set for Saturday, April 12. The black-tie-optional event will showcase Wright State fine and performing arts students and … Continue reading

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Wright State graduate student develops formula for treating victims of sex trafficking

Excerpt When Michelle Sobon was a sophomore at Indiana Wesleyan University, an alumna came to campus and spoke about how she had used art therapy to treat young victims of sex trafficking in Cambodia. The fact that girls as young … Continue reading

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Workshop at Wright State focuses on supporting immigrant entrepreneurs in Dayton

Excerpt Supporting Dayton’s immigrant entrepreneurs and preparing young people to compete in the global economy were the focus on a workshop at Wright State University March 14. The workshop, “Immigrant, Inc.: Building an Ecosystem to Help Immigrant Entrepreneurs Succeed,” attracted … Continue reading

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Ms. Wheelchair Ohio crowning will be at Wright State

Excerpt The primary goal of the Ms. Wheelchair Ohio pageant is selecting the most articulate spokeswoman for persons with disabilities. Wright State University will host the pageant on April 6. “It is fantastic news for Wright State because the four … Continue reading

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Wright State professor David Barr to lecture on ‘Politics of End Times’

David Barr

Excerpt Wright State University emeritus professor David Barr will discuss “The Politics of End Times” when he delivers the 2014 Piediscalzi Lecture on Wednesday, April 2. The lecture, “Jerusalem, Jesus and Jihad: The Politics of the End Times,” will be … Continue reading

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Acclaimed author, public servant to discuss immigration at Wright State University diversity conference

Sonia Nazario, who grew up in Kansas and in Argentina, has written extensively from Latin America and about Latinos in the United States. She has been named among the most influential Latinos by Hispanic Business Magazine and a “trendsetter” by Hispanic Magazine.

Wright State University’s annual Diversity in the Multicultural Millennium Conference is Sept. 25–26. Continue reading

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Stage set for annual ArtsGala

Record high attendance for 2013 ArtsGala

The annual Wright State University ArtsGala, which has raised more than $1.6 million for arts scholarships during its 14-year history, is set for Saturday, April 12. Continue reading

Posted in Academics, Arts Scene, Home news sidebar, Liberal Studies, News, Special Categories |