Around Campus

Wright State to hold forum on bringing together health and human services programs

Options to integrate programs on health and human services will be the focus of the next Let’s Talk community forum on Nov. 27 at 3 p.m. in the Apollo Room of the Student Union. Continue reading

Sixth annual Raidersgiving offers sense of community for Thanksgiving

All students, staff, faculty and alumni are invited to Raidersgiving on Nov. 23 from noon to 2 p.m. in the Wright State Nutter Center’s McLin Gym. Continue reading

Sign of the times

Public Health continues to partner with Wright State on tobacco-free initiative

Wright State is committed to assisting smokers and tobacco users who want to quit using tobacco products. Continue reading

Watch: Filling a need

We Serve U and the Interfraternity Council are working together to help children in the Dayton area. Continue reading

Fifth annual Raiderthon raising funds for Dayton Children’s Hospital

Zumba dancing

The fifth annual Raiderthon, a 15-hour dance marathon, takes place from 10 a.m. on Nov. 18 to 1 a.m. on Nov. 19 in the Student Union Apollo Room. Continue reading

Wright State’s Steven Aldredge wins national choral music competition to commemorate Reformation

Steve Aldredge’s winning composition, “O Glorious Word of Life,” debuted at the Sioux Falls Arena in South Dakota during a worship service featuring hundreds of singers. Continue reading

Watch: Rap ture

Wright State’s Jesse Williams pursues computer science degree along with rap music

Video: Wright State computer science major Jesse Williams finds a creative outlet through coding and rapping as J-Williams. Continue reading

Wright State medical student to serve patients and country as Air Force officer

Lauryn Zielinski, a Boonshoft School of Medicine student and second lieutenant in the Air Force, hopes to be a part of an Air Force humanitarian mission team. Continue reading

Graduation success rates of Wright State student-athletes maintain sky-high level

Wright State University’s men’s basketball team has it. So does the women’s tennis team – a 100 percent graduation success rate. Continue reading

Outstanding job in Guinea

Wright State grad Jacob Miller uses his French degree to land a position with the Peace Corps in Guinea. Continue reading