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Sean Wilson

Jun 28, 2022

Prior conservatives wouldn’t have thrown Roe v. Wade out the window, they would’ve tried to work with it like Justice John Roberts wanted to.”

Coach Kari Hoffman talks to players

Jun 26, 2022

Today 44 percent of all collegiate athletes are women, according to the Women’s Sports Foundation. That number was 15 percent before Title IX.

Parallax Research Logo

Jun 24, 2022

After the expiration of an affiliation agreement with WSU, the Wright State Applied Research Corp. changed its name to Parallax Applied Research Corp. in late 2020.

anti-hazing sign in tunnels

Jun 23, 2022

Wright State now requires all students to complete an anti-hazing course in order to get involved on campus.

Suspected Fentanyl

Jun 23, 2022

Wright State's Sydney Silverstein said Dayton has been at the forefront of innovation to stop overdose deaths.

Mama Mia from 2021

Jun 20, 2022

The season also marks the first for Wright State Theatre as part of the university’s newly formed School of Fine and Performing Arts.

campus aerial

Jun 17, 2022

Wright State expects to spend more than $311 million in fiscal year 2023, approximately the same amount of money the university spent last year.

Student Union

Jun 17, 2022

Wright State was allocated more than $11 million for various projects, including repaving parts of the grounds, and work on their Health College initiative.

Scene from A Strange Loop

Jun 11, 2022

WSU musical theater graduate Joey Monda and West Milton native Jimmy Wilson are among the legion of producers behind the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical “A Strange Loop.”

Michael Riordan

Jun 5, 2022

Premier Health’s new CEO envisions transformational progress through partnerships with Wright State University and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.