From dangling high above Achilles Hill to meticulously laying the groundwork at the Nutter Center, the Wright State Newsroom raised the barre this year and met some amazing Raiders that are hitting the bullseye in 2022.
We lassoed in our favorite videos from the past 12 months:
Farmer Matthew Keener, a former Wright State music student, started a nonprofit to donate beef to the needy.
The Student Government Association president hopes to lead Wright State’s men’s bowling team to a national tournament.
After a two-year hiatus from in-person performances, Wright State’s annual ArtsGala returned.
Wright State Army ROTC cadets cleaned headstones at the Dayton National Cemetery.
Olivia Bruno, a senior dance major, realized a lifelong dream of dancing professionally when she joined Dayton Ballet for its 2022–2023 season.
Rickey Reese has constructed and removed the Wright State men’s and women’s basketball floor over 300 times since he began working at the Nutter Center in 2002.
Wright State marketing alumnus Daniel Huiet is cashing in with Wild Axe Throwing and the Great Escape Game.
The Wright State Indian Student Association hosted a two-day cricket tournament.
Junior ROTC high school students experienced Army ROTC activities and campus life during three days of training hosted by the Wright State Army ROTC Raider Battalion and the Columbus Recruiting Battalion.
Wright State alumni Justin Simmons and Kathleen Roll opened Tony and Pete’s Grocery and Coldcuts as an homage to the old-school deli sandwich shop and to their sandwich-loving dads for whom the shop is named.