Join us as we recognize outstanding alumni from each college at a lunch in their honor. These graduates are established in their fields and some of the best and brightest that Wright State has to offer. Cost is $15 for all but the honorees.
It's Not Over Yet Banquet: Paying Tribute to Those Before, Leaving Legacy for Those After
AARC will be celebrating the continuance of Black History Month. Free food, music, entertainment, and speaker! Come support!
NAACP Presents: His Poetry, Our Way (PLD Spoken Word Edition)
WSU's NAACP Chapter and the Bolinga Center present a spoken word/open mic night like none other. We will have special readings of Dayton's own Paul Laurence Dunbar's poetry, with a spoken word twist. We will also have a regular open-mic portion. We're looking for singers, lyricists, and poets to perform at this innovative event. Please feel welcome to stop by and listen to some amazing talent, and to mix and mingle among your peers.
Join the WSU Chapter of NAACP as we continue our 2012 week with our health and fitness initiative. We will be having a spinning class with nothing but hip-hop music playing to get you fired up and ready to work out!
Come and receive information on peer sex and sexually transmitted diseases. Get educated on how to practice safe sex, avoid STDs, and stay healthy. This forum will be lead by Shernaz Reporter of Greene County Combined Health District.
Come out and join Black Men on the Move and Rainbow Alliance as we hold a panel and audience discussion on this very crucial topic affecting our communities and college campuses. All are welcome. Bring questions!