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Thousands attend April Craze

April Craze marks the end of the spring semester and a time to unwind with friends. Continue reading

Student-athletes hosts Olympians

Two dozen athletes from Special Olympics of Greater Dayton took part in an indoor field day to help celebrate National Student Athlete Day on April 14. Continue reading

Wright State students say goodbye to former President Hopkins

After 10 years leading the university, David R. Hopkins stepped down as president of Wright State in mid-March. Continue reading

Dancing with the star

Dance students Jaelyn Blake and Jacob Shade win scholarships to attend 'intensive' with acclaimed choreographer Dwight Rhoden

The dance major will attend Dwight Rhoden’s two-week “intensive” in Los Angeles tuition-free. Continue reading

Life is sweet

Wright State’s LEAP students try their hand at international bake-off

The event enabled LEAP students to experience something that is very much a part of American culture while featuring dishes from around the world. Continue reading

Student leaders recognized at Wright State award reception

Whether it’s by collecting scientific data, learning another language or contributing to the community, students impact the university and the community through their dedication to succeed. Continue reading

Grandson of Charles Lindbergh visits Wright State archives

Erik Lindbergh visited the Special Collections and Archives to pore over documents and photos and view a home movie of Charles Lindbergh’s meeting with Orville Wright in 1927. Continue reading

Wright State to offer Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience

The Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience, which will be offered beginning fall semester 2017, emphasizes how fields of science and mathematics can be applied to neuroscience. Continue reading

Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’ concludes Wright State Theatre season

“Macbeth” runs from April 21 to April 23 in the Herbst Theatre in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

College of Education and Human Services to offer annual conference for local educators

The Wright State University Network for Education Renewal Conference is expected to attract nearly 300 teachers and administrators from 10 school districts. Continue reading