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Stormy skies over the Qyad

Apr 21, 2020

WSU's president, provost, vice presidents, vice provosts and deans have voluntarily agreed to take a 20 percent reduction in salary.



Mike Cusack and Bob Noss

Apr 17, 2020

Since retiring as AD in 2012, Mike Cusack’s been an adjunct professor teaching online courses at WSU and his class “The Role of Athletics in Higher Education” begins in just a few weeks.



Medical school building

Apr 17, 2020

“All of the medical students have been eager to get involved and help out their communities in any way that they can.”



Apr 15, 2020

The Wright State University Libraries’ Special Collections and Archives have asked volunteers to document the pandemic for the library’s records.



Stuart McDowell

Apr 15, 2020

McDowell chaired the Department of Theatre, Dance and Motion Pictures for 22 years and directed 26 productions from William Shakespeare to Rodgers and Hammerstein.



Kyle Henneke

Apr 14, 2020

“I am here to serve the people of New Orleans to the best of my ability and hope to make a difference — even if it is small.”



Nursing-Simulation-Lab

Apr 11, 2020

"The May 2020 class of B.S.N. graduates is the biggest class ever for Wright State University. This will be a huge help to our community as they fight COVID-19.”



Apr 8, 2020

More than 200 faculty and staff volunteers are making personal phone calls to thousands of students in an effort called the “RaiderStrong Outreach.”



WSU Athletes

Apr 8, 2020

“Our culture is very different than most places. We’ve got a super hands-on approach and everybody in the athletic department is wired that way."



Man in a mask

Apr 6, 2020

Wearing the mask really needs to be thought of as protecting your neighbors, protecting everyone else in the community, but it really isn’t protecting the person who wears the mask.



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