Liberal Arts

Wright State creative arts alumni plan reunion

Alumni of the Department of Theatre, Dance and Motion Pictures are invited back to Wright State for a reunion on Aug. 10–12. Continue reading

Jake Slemker promoted to head soccer coach at Wright State

Jake Slemker played for the Raiders from 2003 to 2006 and has served on the soccer team’s staff for the last eight years. Continue reading

Washington Post: Wright State political scientist examines marijuana legalization in U.S.

Lee Hannah, assistant professor of political science at Wright State University, and Daniel Mallinson, assistant professor of public policy and administration at Penn State, analyzed whether the United States has reached a “tipping point” in marijuana legalization for the Washington Post. … Continue reading

In tune

Students and instructors from around the country could be heard on Wright State University’s campus playing their hearts out during double reed camp. Continue reading

Military minded

Wright State alumnus, Bronze Star winner Mark Winters shares his experience with Army ROTC cadets

Mark Winters started his 25-year career in the military during his freshman year at Wright State when he joined the Army ROTC. Continue reading

Checking in

Wright State’s Stuart McDowell pays a visit to Tom Hanks, reminisces about 2016 campus visit

Stuart McDowell, artistic director of the Department of Theatre, Dance and Motion Pictures Tom Hanks for his book on the Riverside Shakespeare Company. Continue reading

Shakespeare production featured plenty of Wright State talent

The Human Race Theatre’s production of “The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised]” featured Wright State talent behind the scenes and on the stage. Continue reading

Field operations

Wright State archaeology students find traces of town that was relocated following Great Dayton Flood of 1913

Students in the Field School in Archaeology excavate a field to learn more about life in Old Osborn, near Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Continue reading

Fit for Florence

Wright State art historian Caroline Hillard wins prestigious Harvard fellowship to write a book on the Renaissance

Caroline Hillard, associate professor of art and art history, will spend a year in Florence, Italy, researching the Etruscan influence on the Renaissance. Continue reading

In sync

Students and instructors from around the world could be found on Wright State University’s campus June 24-29 singing their hearts out during Camp A Cappella. Continue reading