College of Liberal Arts News

Sep 9, 2011
College internships evoke images of brewing coffee, making copies, and performing other trivial tasks. For interns from Wright State University, not so much. Raiders across the country are participating in exciting internships such as working in Congress, feeding sharks, or …
Sep 9, 2011
Last spring, audiences got a once-in-a lifetime chance to see the most complex and controversial work of composer Leonard Bernstein in a production that boasted nearly 200 of Dayton’s most talented performers, including more than 100 Wright State students and …
Sep 9, 2011
Don Graber’s road to corporate CEO began in Braceville, a small town in northeastern Ohio that wasn’t big enough for a traffic light. After his high school graduation, Don headed to Ohio State to begin studying for his undergraduate degree …
Sep 9, 2011
It pulls at her heart. A family walks into a homeless shelter and for the first time must spend the night with strangers under a strange roof, thinking darkly about the future. Their faces are rouged with the look of …
Sep 9, 2011
The word “retire” is simply not in Anna Gee Blackwell’s vocabulary. Blackwell graduated from Wright State in 2005 at age 76 with a master’s degree in piano performance. While at Wright State, she served as an accompanist for the Paul …
Sep 9, 2011
Paintings by the New York artist will be on display in the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries from Sept. 11 to Oct. 9.
Aug 3, 2011
Leslie Irene Benson returns as half of the new "piano pop cabaret project."
Jul 28, 2011
When most people think of nuns, their minds do not immediately jump to musical comedy.
Jun 22, 2011
Effective, efficient and productive...
Jun 21, 2011
Nancy Brown Diggs will speak at a local bookstore on Wednesday, June 22.

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