Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center

Wright State’s Black History Month to feature DCDC, ‘Hidden Figures’

The Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center will host events celebrating Black History Month Feb. 1 to Feb. 22. Continue reading

The Longest Table

Wright State University kicked off its Martin Luther King Jr. celebration with The Longest Table. Continue reading

Wright State’s 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. celebration to feature discussions, poetry and acclaimed documentary film

Wright State’s 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. program takes place on campus and in Dayton from Jan. 16 to Jan. 25. Continue reading

Wright State to host the third annual Diversity in Multicultural Millennium Conference

“Breaking the Class Ceiling: Economic Inequality in the U.S.” conference takes place Sept. 22 and Sept. 23 in the Student Union Apollo Room. Continue reading

Wright State’s Raider Guardian app a handy tool for staying safe on campus

Students, faculty and staff at Wright State’s Dayton Campus are able to call university police at the touch of a button. Continue reading

Numerous events scheduled for Asian Heritage Month at Wright State

Wright State’s Asian and Native American Center has organized many educational and fun activities throughout April to celebrate Asian Heritage Month. Continue reading

Bolinga Black Art Expo

Paintings, artifacts and dancing were on display in the Wright State Student Union during the Bolinga Black Art Expo. Continue reading

Wright State celebrates Black History Month

Wright State will celebrate Black History Month with events scheduled Feb. 1 through Feb. 25. Continue reading

Sultans of Swing will examine links between baseball, jazz and fiction

Series begins with a lecture on “Sports and the Absent History of the Harlem Renaissance” on Jan. 29 and a panel discussion on “Women and African-Americans in Baseball History” on Feb. 10. Continue reading

Wright State honors Martin Luther King Jr. with march, call to action

Marchers on campus honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s principles of nonviolence while unleashing a wakeup call to action against oppression in today’s society. Continue reading