The three recipients for this year are Rosa Tweed, Helena Jenkins and Lee Huntsberger
Wright State’s international enrollment has decreased by 779 students since 2015, the same year that an investigation into possible immigration related wrongdoing was revealed
Jaylon Hall talks with Tom Archdeacon on the long, hard path to become a promising basketball player at Wright State
“Our schedule is really, really tough. We’ve got Missouri, Georgia, Stetson, Providence, Richmond."
Justin Mitchell's father, 58-year-old Gregory Mitchell, was killed in a June 2012 home invasion
Stuart McDowell, Artistic Director for the Department of Theatre, Dance, and Motion Pictures is the director
Local writer Sharon Short reviews David Lee Garrison's poem "Chant of Change"
The Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS) has $100.2 billion in pension liabilities and $80.3 billion in assets
The lawsuit, which sought at least $170,000 in damages, also named as defendants John McCance, a consultant who helped WSU secure the debate, and his consulting firm as well as the Commission on Presidential Debates
“The board is unanimous in its belief that the negotiations are about flexibility,” board chairman Doug Fecher said during a recent trustees meeting