Videos

Radio rhythm

Wright State alumna’s passion for music leads to her dream job

Juliet Fromholt found her passion for music while working as a student at WWSU, turning that love into a career. Continue reading

Cover story

A Wright State alumna worked with youth from Montgomery County’s juvenile justice system to turn a massive blank canvas into a foot-traffic-stopping mural inside the Dayton Mall. Continue reading

Operation Move-In will safely welcome Wright State residential students to campus

Wright State will welcome new residential students to the Dayton Campus with a full schedule of activities during Operation Move-In on Aug. 18–21. Continue reading

Food supply

Pantries on a post help those in need thanks to Wright State MBA students

Raj Soin College of Business students worked with Good Neighbor House to install five food pantries around Dayton. Continue reading

Team bonding

The women’s basketball team has been working out four days a week and lifting weights to prepare for the 2021-2022 season. Continue reading

Wearing it well

Wright State communication studies major Gracie Wyatt in business with Fully Loved and Free clothing company

Wright Stage senior Gracie Wyatt designs clothes that spread love and positivity. Continue reading

Team first

The men’s basketball team has been working out four days a week and lifting weights to prepare for the 2021-2022 season. Continue reading

Rhythm section

Wright State public history students help develop exhibit at National Afro-American Museum

Graduate public history students at Wright State organized the exhibit “Rhythm of Revolution: The Transformative Power of Black Art 1619 to the Present.” Continue reading

Prepared for takeoff

Dozens of high school students from around the country learned about aviation, health care and cybersecurity at Air Camp at Wright State. Continue reading

Calamityville in action

Sounds of explosions, circular saws cutting through plywood and buzzing of UAV’s filled the air during a live training at Wright State University’s Calamityville. Continue reading