Communication

Canine Companions bring independence to disabled

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Excerpt Carlos helps pick things up, turns on and off room lights, and pulls on coat sleeves and socks to help take them off for Alex Woodall. “He loves to help, he is my best friend,” Woodall said. Alex Woodall … Continue reading

Brilliance lost

An essay by David A. Petreman, professor of Spanish language and Latin American literature
Stefan Pugh

On Stefan Pugh’s office door is a plaque that reads “Brage Golding Distinguished Professor of Research,” a declaration not only of this professor’s remarkable accomplishments… Continue reading

’03 Alumna, radio host back in Dayton

Ferraro returned to the Dayton airwaves July 1 as a co-host of the The Mix Morning Show with Jeff, Gina & Dave weekdays from 5 to 10 a.m. on Mix 107.7.

Radio listeners across the Miami Valley have welcomed an old friend back into their lives. Gina Ferraro is again on the radio airwaves, but this time… Continue reading

Dayton Daily News columnist D.L. Stewart to lecture at Wright State

D.L. Stewart

Nationally syndicated Dayton Daily News columnist D.L. Stewart will be the featured speaker at the annual Living Legends of the Dayton Daily News Archive lecture Friday, March 22. Continue reading

Wright State communication student gains experience in Attorney General’s Office

Photo of members of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's staff including Wright State student and intern Gervonna Bolding.

With an ever-growing scope of media-related opportunities, choosing a career can be a daunting task for mass communication majors. Continue reading

Wright State grad and Warehouse 13 star wears Raiders T-shirt on SyFy Channel

A screen capture of the SyFy channel’s Warehouse 13, Episode 2, season 4, An Evil Within

Eddie McClintock, star of the SyFy channel’s Warehouse 13 wore a Wright State Raiders T-shirt in the second episode of season two, An Evil Within, which aired Monday, July 30. Continue reading

Tom Archdeacon to discuss Dayton sports during “Legends” lecture

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Dayton Daily News columnist Tom Archdeacon will present “Dayton Sports Through the Arch” on May 11. Continue reading

Prof co-authors book on ’40s crime spree

Wright State communication associate professor co-wrote a book about a 1940s shootout in Xenia, Ohio.

In 1946, two 20-year-olds were accused of taking a wild road trip . . . Continue reading

Media literacy needed to maintain democracy in media-saturated world, says Wright State author

Professor Gaines reads his new book on semiotics.

“People around the world spend an extraordinary amount of time every day consuming media,” said Elliot Gaines, Ph.D. Continue reading