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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 make valuable connections at Education Expo

Over 100 Wright State students registered for and over 20 school districts attended the Education Expo on April 13 in the Student Union Atrium. Continue reading

Wright State senior Nathan Northern named Student Employee of the Year

Nathan Northern, a senior majoring in biological sciences, was named Wright State University’s 2017 Student Employee of the Year. Continue reading

Sons, daughters get taste of Wright State

About 170 children got the Wright State University experience as part of the 15th annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. Continue reading

Winning serve

Tennis-playing daughter of Wright State alumni to follow father on the court

Jillian Milano, who will graduate from Carroll High School this spring, will follow in her parent’s footsteps and attend Wright State and like her father play tennis for the Raiders. Continue reading

ArtsGala 2017, one to remember

Fine and performing arts students displayed their rich talents throughout the newly renovated Creative Arts Center, and guests were treated to a breathtaking array of performances. Continue reading

Wright State basketball player injured in off-campus accident

Wright State men’s basketball coach Scott Nagy met with the local media and shared his thoughts and feelings for Custer and how the team was responding to the news. Continue reading

K-9 protection

Galli, a Wright State Police Department canine, has a protective vest designed to protect her from gun and knife attacks. Continue reading

Wright State University trustees release audit report of WSRI

Shows problems identified and resolved

The audit, conducted by CPA firm Plante Moran, had been ordered by the Board of Trustees in 2015, when the trustees first learned of problems identified by federal authorities. Continue reading