Liberal Arts

Flavor enhancer

Wright State psychology and Spanish student Jazline Gomez putting Pepe’s Mexican Flavors on the map

Jazline Gomez, who majors in psychology and Spanishhttps://liberal-arts.wright.edu/modern-languages/bachelor-of-arts-in-spanish at Wright State, named her restaurant, Pepe’s Mexican Flavors, after her father. Continue reading

At your service

Wright State alumnus Tom Thompson founds a nonprofit to help the immigrant community with critical needs

Wright State M.P.A. grad Tom Thompson has served in the Air Force, in municipal government, in law enforcement and operates a nonprofit that serves the region’s immigrant community. Continue reading

Wright State theatre grad Joey Monda nominated for two Tony Awards

2012 graduate Joey Monda received two Tony Awards nominations for Best Play as producer of “Slave Play” and “The Inheritance.” Continue reading

Some international students maintain campus presence with in-person English classes

This semester, the Learning English for Academic and Professional Purposes (LEAP) Intensive English Program has offered most of its English-as-a-second-language courses in-person. Continue reading

‘An artist in everyone’

Department of Art and Art History to open printmaking course to non-art majors

Opening art courses to non-majors allows students to maintain a creative outlet and distinguish themselves in the job marketing. Continue reading

Coat collectors

Wright State University social work majors are collecting winter coats for students at Fairborn Primary School. Continue reading

Web browsers

Wright State study sheds light on political parties’ use of websites and social media

Researchers hope their findings will encourage local political parties to evaluate their online presence and make positive changes. Continue reading

Green scene

Wright State grad student Cori Lohstroh helps secure a federal grant to advance environmentally friendly weed-killing technology

Cori Lohstroh, who is pursuing a master’s degree in rhetoric and writing from Wright State, combines her passions for the environment and writing. Continue reading

Wright State, WYSO collaborate on live Halloween broadcast of ‘War of the Worlds’

Wright State students will perform an updated broadcast of Orson Welles’ “The War of the Worlds” on Halloween night on WYSO Public Radio. Continue reading

Write angle

Biology and English students learn environmental storytelling in a new Eco-Narratives course

In an English and biological sciences course, students use storytelling to discuss extinctions, mutations, invasions and other environmental phenomena. Continue reading