Around Campus

Wright State Theatre 2022–23 season features classic and contemporary plays, musicals and dance

Wright State Theatre’s new season opens with “The Mousetrap” from Sept. 23 to Oct. 2 in the Festival Playhouse. Continue reading

Feeling and form

The Wright State Dance Program hosted nearly 100 emerging choreographers and dancers from around the country during a unique 10-day day festival. Continue reading

550 households visit Wright State for mass food distribution

The Foodbank organized a mass food distribution at Wright State University’s Nutter Center. Continue reading

Growth opportunity

Wright State hosts hundreds of students during Raider Open House

Hundreds of potential, future undergraduate students and their families visited Wright State’s summer Raider Open House. Continue reading

Statistics major Chris Jenkins appointed to Wright State Board of Trustees

Senior statistics major and Army veteran Chris Jenkins received a two-year term as a student member of the Wright State Board of Trustees. Continue reading

Wright State School of Professional Psychology celebrates 2022 commencement

The School of Professional Psychology celebrated the graduation of 20 students at its 2022 commencement ceremony on July 15. Continue reading

Wright State hosting national dance and choreography festival in Creative Arts Center

The Wright State Dance Program is hosting dozens of emerging choreographers and dancers from around the country during the 61st National Choreography Intensive July 17–27. Continue reading

Wright State Theatre productions saluted by as among area’s best in 2021–22

Wright State’s productions of “Sweat” and “Sweet Charity” were honored as the best local university productions. Continue reading

Bad to the Boon

The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine welcomed 132 new students during a special ceremony on July 9, formally marking the start of their medical education. Continue reading

Uganda, water and the engineer

Biomedical engineering major John Wilke works with Wright State’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders to improve sanitation in a small village in Uganda. Continue reading