Peggy Bott, WSURA's OPERS representative to the Ohio Council of Higher Education Retirees, reports on the March 27, 2018, meeting.
The inaugural 3-on-3 National Championship will pit all-star teams from college basketball's 32 NCAA Division I conferences against each other in a 3-day, 3-on-3 basketball tournament that will award a $100,000 prize pool.
Richard Williams, WSURA's STRS representative to OCHER, reports on STRS improved financial health.
While the returning members of the Wright State basketball team will try to build on one of the most successful seasons in 31 years at the Division I level, the incoming freshmen will be riding impressive accomplishments of their own.
Christopher Oldstone-Moore, a senior lecturer of history at Wright State, is the author of “Of Beards and Men: the Revealing History of Facial Hair.”
In the dressing room in Dallas after Wright Sate was easily handled by Tennessee, 73-47, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Thursday at the American Airlines Center, Benzinger was talking about the final minute and a half of the game when the end of the bench guys, including his pal, fellow senior Trey Stacey, all got in the game.
The Wright State women’s basketball team was supposed to breeze through its Horizon League schedule, except when tangling with perennial titan Green Bay. The Raiders were co-champs last season and returned all five first-stringers.
This article by Tom Archdeacon, columnist for the Dayton Daily News, was posted from Dallas, following the Raiders defeat by Tennessee.
Dayton artist Reginald Harmon has gifted a bust of acclaimed poet and novelist Paul Laurence Dunbar to Wright State’s Special Collections and Archives.
Wright State University mechanical engineering student R.J. McCoy helped design a new axle line at Navistar’s truck plant in Springfield as part of an internship