When Wright State University students walk from their dorms to campus this fall, they will be reminded that love lives here.
A billboard-size banner, measuring 30 feet wide by 10 feet tall, was recently hung on the southeast side of the St. John Bosco Chapel on the Dayton Campus.
“We really wanted it to be big,” said Fr. Ethan Moore, priest chaplain. “People as they drive by, people as they are walking back from classes into The Woods might be reminded that they’re made for love and they can find it here.”
Mackenzie Brown, who graduated from Wright State in 2015 with a management information systems degree, created the design. The colors and the material used for the banner were chosen to withstand changing weather elements.
Moore hopes the banner will have an impact on everyone on campus when they see it. “It’s so helpful to have little lines to remind us why we’re here,” said Moore.
Moore said that love is a way that we can work together for unity and come to be better for one another.