Liberal Arts

Wall of dreams

Students can use a chalkboard wall to discuss end of life reflection

The Before I Die Wall encourages students to write about things they would like to do before they die. Continue reading

Border expressions

Wright State students to unveil art exhibits celebrating the work of border theorist, feminist writer Gloria Anzaldúa

The community art show on April 6 is part of downtown’s First Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. at the El Rincón Art Studio. Continue reading

Foreign service

Two-time Wright State graduate Kathryn Chaney helps prep military personnel and other government employees for embassy assignments in Europe.

Kathryn Chaney weaves together her passion for travel, work experiences and two degrees from Wright State to thrive at the Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies. Continue reading

Masculine material

SOPP researchers write book on development of masculinity among black males

Book by professional psychology professor and two students explores the development of masculinity among black males and its relationship to racial identity and race-related traumas. Continue reading

New York Times: Wright State historian explains why Donald Trump may be a ‘mustache lover at heart’

Christopher Oldstone-Moore

In an op-ed column in the New York Times, Christopher Oldstone-Moore, senior lecturer of history at Wright State and a facial hair expert, examines one reason why John Bolton’s appointment as national security adviser is surprising. Oldstone-Moore writes: “Mr. Bolton does not … Continue reading

Wright State’s 19th ArtsGala draws huge crowd

The Creative Arts Center was transformed into a display of every type of art, from movies and music to acting and singing for ArtsGala. Continue reading

Ohio Civil Rights Commission will hold hearings at Wright State

The hearings by the Ohio Civil Rights Commission give students the opportunity to view the government at work. Continue reading

Latest Veterans Voices video, featuring Wright State student, to debut at Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center

“Jeremy’s Story,” a short video featuring Wright State student veteran Jeremy Dobbins, will premiere at the Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center on March 28. Continue reading

Symphony for Peace at Wright State to raise awareness of Syrian refugee crisis

Scheduled for March 28, a Symphony for Peace will use dialogue, film, photography and music to explore the refugee crisis caused by the Syrian civil war. Continue reading

Speaking our language

Modern languages alumni will discuss their careers during a panel discussion. Continue reading