Liberal Arts

Wright State’s Jennie Buckwalter among Dayton BBB’s Top 25 Women to Watch

Nine Wright State alumni were also named to the 2018 class of Top 25 Women to Watch. Continue reading

Wright State Theatre season concludes with ‘The Memory of Water’

Wright State Theatre’s production of the dark comedy “The Memory of Water” runs April 20–22 in the Herbst Theatre in the Creative Arts Center. Continue reading

Photo finish

Megan Valle’s three-year memory wall of snapshots captures her journey at Wright State

Megan Valle, a senior musical theatre major, documented her time at Wright State by taking a photograph every day. Continue reading

Wright State Dance Ensemble to hold Spring Dance Concert

Performances take place in the Festival Playhouse in the Creative Arts Center from April 19 to April 22. Continue reading

Before I Die…

An interactive exhibit encouraged students to answer the question: What do you want to do before you die? Continue reading

Coffee break

Wright State ReyRey Café students get up-close look at coffee farms in Costa Rica

Students toured coffee farms in Costa Rica as part of the Raj Soin College of Business’ partnership with Boston Stoker. Continue reading

Music of the night

Wright State graduate Kate Mueller performs in the North American tour of “The Phantom of the Opera”

For Kate Mueller, a 2015 graduate of Wright State’s acting and musical theatre program, being part of “The Phantom of the Opera” ensemble is a dream come true. Continue reading

College of Liberal Arts to host Internship Partners Expo

Over 30 businesses from all over the Dayton area are expected to participate in the expo. Continue reading

Model of excellence

Wright State’s Model UN team brings home top awards from the National Model UN Conference in New York City

The Wright State Model UN team received an Outstanding Delegation Award and numerous student won individual honors in the annual competition. Continue reading

Mentoring momentum

College of Liberal Arts pilot project matches students with professionals to boost career success

The College of Liberal Arts will expand mentoring program to more liberal arts students during the fall semester. Continue reading