Liberal Arts

Wright State Model UN team honored by Ohio House

For the last 38th years, Wright State’s Model United Nations team has earned a delegation award at the annual national conference in New York City. Continue reading

Dog days

Wright State’s Sarah and Ash McGinley give Marco the pit bull new ‘leash’ on life

Wright State couple Ash and Sarah McGinleys rescued Marco, a pit bull, from an adoption center in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
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New York Times interviews Wright State expert for story about beards

Excerpt Christopher Oldstone-Moore, author of the 2015 book “Of Beards and Men: The Revealing History of Facial Hair,” maintains that history more than biology establishes meanings for facial hair. “I wonder if the positive effects of beards are a matter … Continue reading

Cruise control

Ocean-going vessels provide the stage for Wright State theatre, dance alums

Wright State performing arts grads find career success performing on cruise ships. Continue reading

Japanese yen

Wright State alum Tyler Chilton living a dream teaching English in Japan

After earning a Teaching English as a Foreign Language certificate, Tyler Chilton now teaches English to schoolchildren in Japan. Continue reading

International students may now transfer to Wright State by demonstrating English proficiency through prior college coursework

International students choose Wright State for its great value and location, quality academics, caring professors and the opportunity to participate in research. Continue reading

WYSO interviews Wright State film students about 2017 Big Lens Film Fest

Excerpt Leah Byrd (Hot & Bothered), Kris Kristensen (Jak), and E.R. Dickey (…He Didn’t Even Leave a Note) are all writer/directors soon to graduate from Wright State University’s film program.  They’ll each be showcasing work at the 2017 Big Lens … Continue reading

Wright State alumna publishes thriller romance novel

Lara Donnelly’s debut novel, “Amberlough,” was published by Tor in February. Continue reading

Promised land

Wright State grad student Hadley Drodge pieces together pilgrimage of Randolph slaves to Ohio for museum exhibit

Graduate public history student Hadley Drodge is going through photos, drawings, Bibles and other materials to assemble the exhibit at the National Afro-American Museum. Continue reading

The shape of art to come

Excerpt Geometry comes to life in Glen Cebulash’s world, and large-scale takes on a double meaning. Forms become vessels and portals; shapes create movement. Expansive strokes of color require large-scale presentation. He has influenced countless art students at Wright State … Continue reading