Liberal Arts

Radio rhythm

Wright State alumna’s passion for music leads to her dream job

Juliet Fromholt found her passion for music while working as a student at WWSU, turning that love into a career. Continue reading

Wright State art historian Karla Huebner to give online talks on surrealist artist Toyen

Karla Huebner will give a talk “Toyen and Czech Surrealism” on Aug. 5 and on her 2020 book “Magnetic Woman: Toyen and the Surrealist Erotic” on Aug. 8. Continue reading

Wright State plans for increased on-campus classes and activities this fall

Wright State plans to resume regular campus operations in Fall Semester with expanded classroom capacity, activities, events and residence hall experiences. Continue reading

Cover story

A Wright State alumna worked with youth from Montgomery County’s juvenile justice system to turn a massive blank canvas into a foot-traffic-stopping mural inside the Dayton Mall. Continue reading

Wearing it well

Wright State communication studies major Gracie Wyatt in business with Fully Loved and Free clothing company

Wright Stage senior Gracie Wyatt designs clothes that spread love and positivity. Continue reading

Rhythm section

Wright State public history students help develop exhibit at National Afro-American Museum

Graduate public history students at Wright State organized the exhibit “Rhythm of Revolution: The Transformative Power of Black Art 1619 to the Present.” Continue reading

Wright State alumna, faculty member lend Spanish skills at community vaccination clinic

Two members of the Wright State community volunteered to help those in need at a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic. Continue reading

Three Wright State student filmmakers awarded competitive cinematography grants

The students are each serving as cinematographer on three thesis films by Wright State motion picture students. Continue reading

Wright State acting major Megan Ledford wins playwriting competition

Senior Megan Ledford won the Jackie Demaline Regional Collegiate Playwriting Competition, sponsored by Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati. Continue reading

Wright State faculty member Awad Halabi wins Fellowship award to conduct research in Jerusalem on Islamic activist

Awad Halabi, associate professor of history and religion, will work in Jerusalem and possibly Amman, Jordan, next spring for up to four months. Continue reading