Abdul Shakur Ahmad, who ended up in the Raiders’ record book and on WSU’s athletic Wall of Fame, was known as Ricky Martin in the 1970s.
Even with five home league losses—already equaling their second-most since joining the conference in 1994—the Raiders have legitimate title aspirations.
Tom Stoppard’s acclaimed dramedy “Arcadia” will be presented Feb. 3-12 in the Festival Playhouse.
Trey Calvin knows enough about what’s unfolding in the Horizon League to realize he and his cohorts were playing one of the worst teams in the country Saturday night.
The Master of Science in Industrial and Human Factors Engineering program at Wright State University is ranked 42nd in the country.
The goal is to address the shortage in qualified people who can implement assured digital microelectronics.
“At seven months or so he already was walking. Right from the start, we kind of knew he was different. He was going to be special.”
"Where they really need love is now because they’re hurting. As coaches, that’s what we’re called to do,” Coach Scott Nagy said.
The second-year coach has experienced nothing but grim results on the court since her arrival.
The SuperPops concert features Wright State University’s School of Fine and Performing Arts Friday, Jan. 20, and Saturday, Jan. 21, at the Schuster Center.