Wright State Wind Symphony invited to perform at national college band conference

This is the first time a Wright State music ensemble has been invited to perform at the College Band Directors National Association North Central Division Conference. Continue reading

Grab and go

Raider Landing offers shopping spree to lucky Wright State student

Wright State University psychology major Izabella Schenck had two minutes to gather as many store items as she could after winning the Raider Landing Shopping Spree. Continue reading

Wright State offering new microcredential engineering courses

Students and professional engineers can develop new skills to enhance user experiences and quality assurance through one-semester microcredential courses at Wright State University. Continue reading

Wright State named top college for 2024 by Wall Street Journal

Wright State University was named one of America’s Best College’s for 2024 by the Wall Street Journal and College Pulse. Continue reading

Wright State Theatre’s Joe Deer to direct ‘Guys and Dolls’ during residency in Italy

Joe Deer, distinguished professor of musical theatre in the School of Fine and Performing Arts, is participating in a residency at a musical theatre school in Italy. Continue reading

All are welcome here

New Cultural and Identity Center space will bring everyone together in the Student Union

There were a lot of smiles and cheers from Wright State University students as the new Cultural and Identity Center space was officially opened in the Student Union. Continue reading

Concert in downtown Dayton to showcase Wright State fine and performing arts students, faculty

Wright State ArtsLive!: A Celebration of Fine and Performing Arts will take place on Sept. 21 at Levitt Pavilion in downtown Dayton. Continue reading

Wright State graduate thriving with Federal Reserve Bank

Delores Floyd, who earned an MBA from Wright State, oversee information technology services for businesses in the Richmond Federal Reserve district. Continue reading

Exchanging cultures

Japanese students visit Wright State’s Dayton Campus, continuing decades-long partnership that has blossomed over the years

Ten Japanese college students and their professor are making Wright State University and the Dayton region their home for two weeks as part of an international exchange program. Continue reading

Whether it’s cars or cello, it’s music to his ears

Nick Dunbar, a cello performance major at Wright State, balances a love of music with a passion for automobiles. Continue reading