Community Service

Wright State to host virtual King Day celebration and collection for students in need

The Bolinga Black Cultural Resources Center will host a virtual celebration, “Honoring the Legacy of Dr. King as an Antiracist,” on Jan. 18. Continue reading

Bear hugs

Wright State marketing student Callista Hess is the driving force behind Bears4Children’s

Wright State marketing major Callista Hess and her family run an organization that delivers personalized teddy bears to sick children. Continue reading

Hair care

Police officers donated nonperishable food items and toiletries, including chicken noodle soup, cereal, peanut butter crackers and much-needed water and toilet paper to the pantry. Continue reading

Raiders serving Raiders

Wright State University students, staff, faculty and alumni who didn’t go home for Thanksgiving enjoyed a holiday meal thanks to the ninth annual Raidersgiving. Continue reading

Coat collectors

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

Wright State student wins national honor for community service from United Nations Association

Marketing major Brianna Fedak was honored by the InnerView/United Nations Association for service hours she devoted to quality education. Continue reading

Handily done

Wright State engineering students design a handwashing station for a school in Uganda

The students are part of Engineers Without Borders, a student-led group that focuses on need-based engineering service projects. Continue reading

Rock-a-fellas

Two fraternity brothers at Wright State raised over $800 to fight cancer — and they did it without leaving their chair. Continue reading

Learn about volunteer opportunities at We Serve U virtual fair

Students, faculty, staff and alumni can learn about opportunities to give back to their community during the We Serve U Virtual Volunteer Fair Sept. 9 through Oct. 9. Continue reading

Extra credit

Wright State business students build a pavilion for service dogs in above-and-beyond community project

After their project was interrupted by the pandemic, Wright State M.B.A. students still took time to build a pavilion at the 4 Paws for Ability facility in Xenia. Continue reading