Around Campus

Drive-thru COVID-19 testing site available at Nutter Center Nov. 28

Free testing is available for individuals with or without COVID-19 symptoms and a doctor’s note is not required. Continue reading

Princeton Review ranks Wright State as one of the top U.S. schools for aspiring entrepreneurs

Offered by the Raj Soin College of Business, the New Venture Creation M.B.A. concentration prepares students to build a successful business from the ground up. Continue reading

In the club

The Sport Club programs at Wright State provide students the opportunity for recreation, competition and instruction in a variety of active pursuits. Continue reading

High school seniors learn what Wright State has to offer

Wright State hosted 100 high school seniors and their families for informational sessions about the university’s 140 academic programs during Senior Preview Day. Continue reading

Air Force to utilize Boonshoft School of Medicine laboratories for research initiatives

Wright State and the Air Force Research Laboratory will research the stressors that affect pilots and the impact they have on the mission and a pilot’s well-being. Continue reading

Raidersgiving will offer to-go meals this Thanksgiving

Students, staff, faculty and alumni can request up to four Thanksgiving meals, which will ready for pick up on Wednesday, Nov. 25. 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

Family tree

Wright State community and public may soon get easy access to ‘Burly,’ a 200-year-old bur oak tree in the campus woods

The largest tree in Wright State’s campus woods is a bur oak estimated to be about two centuries old. 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