Around Campus

Social workout

Campus Recreation will resume in-person group fitness classes and open the indoor climbing wall on March 8. Continue reading

Artists with Wright State connections awarded grants by Culture Works

Faculty member Jeremy Long and alumni Amy Kollar Anderson and Marsha Pippenger received grants to create new art and build their knowledge and skills. Continue reading

Emerging Choreographers Concert will feature innovative works on video by Wright State dance majors

The concert will feature works created for video and presented in an evening-length film on YouTube from Feb. 26 to March 7. Continue reading

Wright State women achievers celebrated by Women’s Center during Black History Month

The Women’s Center is celebrating Black women doing wonderful things at Wright State. Continue reading

Wright State Theatre will premiere ‘KARENS,’ a social satire by Bruce Cromer

Wright State Theatre will premiere a video-only production of “KARENS: A Comedy of Very Bad Manners” on Feb. 26–28. Continue reading

Wright State alumni play key roles in latest documentary by Julia Reichert and Steven Bognar

From editing to filming to producing, nearly two dozen Wright State alumni played key roles in “9to5: The Story of a Movement.” Continue reading

Photo collection estimated worth over $4 million from well-known artists donated to Wright State

Stein Galleries received a donation of 873 works by well-known photojournalists and fine art and documentary photographers. Continue reading

Model UN wins awards at Dayton Model United Nations Conference

Wright State University’s Model UN team won 11 awards at the 28th annual Dayton Model United Nations Conference. Continue reading

Plowing ahead

Grounds Maintenance crews have been working around the clock to keep students, staff and faculty safe when they return to campus after this week’s winter weather. Continue reading

Police story

Wright State nursing alum Sam Lewis leaps into law enforcement, winning honors at a Tennessee police academy

Sam Lewis used the nursing skills he learned at Wright State in the U.S. Army, a heart transplant unit and hospice. Continue reading