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You get to choose your own adventure at Wright State’s upcoming ArtsGala

Excerpt An evening to remember awaits you at Wright State University’s 18th annual ArtsGala on April 8. “ArtsGala is a widely successful collaborative effort between our art, music, theater, dance and motion pictures programs at Wright State,” Assistant Dean for Community and …
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Travel the world during Wright State’s International Festival

Formerly known as the International Friendship Affair Festival, the International Festival: Cities around the World takes place April 15 in the Wright State Nutter Center.
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Wright State’s Nonprofit Leadership Alliance changes lives in community

Students in the Wright State chapter of the National Nonprofit Leadership Alliance contribute hundreds of volunteer hours every year.
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Suicide watch

Wright State psychology professor Cheryl Meyer co-authors book exploring motivation for suicide and those who leave notes
New book co-authored by Wright State psychology professor Cheryl Meyer provides suggestions on how to prevent suicide by building resiliency among potential victims.
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