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Dec 25, 2018

Enrollment at Wright State’s College of Liberal Arts hit a high point of 4,122 in 2010 and has declined every year since, to a current 2,632 students, according to WSU.

Faculty protestors at October board meeting

Dec 24, 2018

The collective bargaining agreement that expired 18 months ago remains in place until a new one is reached.

Bill Wampler

Dec 23, 2018

"We’re in a lot of close games, and we’re not winning them, and we’ve got to get that figured out.”

Loudon Love at North Florida game

Dec 21, 2018

“I want him to get 11 rebounds a game. I want him to dominate defensively, which he’s not even close to doing right now. The other stuff will just happen.”

Cole Gentry

Dec 21, 2018

Cole Gentry has noticed how his intensity not only can force turnovers, but also break the will of an opponent.

Wright State’s Mark Hughes pulls down a rebound against Morehead State on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018, at the Nutter Center.

Dec 20, 2018

They put together a 47-point second half while snapping a five-game losing streak against Division-I foes.

Dec 20, 2018

He’ll rekindle some of the memories of Delta State, a school he now calls “a wonderful place…a great place for me.”


Dec 19, 2018

Legislation pending in the U.S. House would provide monthly payments to retired public employees affected by the Windfall Elimination Provision.

Anisja Harris

Dec 18, 2018

For the third time this season, a Wright State women's basketball player has been named Horizon League Freshman of the Week.

Ron Wine

Dec 14, 2018

The lawsuit states that from 2009 to 2016, Wine's work led to the school landing $150 million in federal, state and private contracts.