College of Liberal Arts News

Feb 7, 2017
Cheryl Schrader, the third finalist for Wright State University’s presidential position, will visit campus Tuesday, Feb. 7, to Thursday, Feb. 9.
Feb 6, 2017
The 2017 Piediscalzi Lecture presents Dr. Judith E. Tucker Professor, Department of History, Georgetown University “Understanding Islamic Law:  Sex Crimes in Doctrine and Practice” The criminalization and punishment of illicit sexual intercourse, or zina’, under Islamic law has been the subject of much debate and consternation in recent years.  By exploring the legal doctrines that underpin the definitions of this sex crime, and some of the actual practices of litigation drawn from the...
Feb 6, 2017
Khaled Jaber, a liberal studies major who grew up in Jordan, will intern at Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley to support refugee families in the area.
Feb 5, 2017
Deborah Ford, the second of three finalists for Wright State University's presidential position, will visit campus Sunday, Feb. 5, to Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Feb 3, 2017
Dennis Shields, one of three finalists for the Wright State president's job, met with students, faculty, staff, administrators and community leaders at the Dayton and Lake campuses Feb. 2-4.
Feb 2, 2017
Excerpt Lies encircling an all-girls boarding school fuels the engrossing events within Lillian Hellman’s controversial, rarely produced 1934 drama “The Children’s Hour,” which will be presented by Wright State University beginning Thursday, Feb. 2, in the Festival Playhouse of the …
Feb 1, 2017
Dennis Shields, the first of three finalists for Wright State University's presidential position, will visit campus Thursday, Feb. 2, to Saturday, Feb. 4.
Feb 1, 2017
Wright State Theatre's production of Lillian Hellman's "The Children’s Hour" runs from Feb. 2 to Feb. 12 in the Festival Playhouse.
Feb 1, 2017
Mrs. Zoe Dell Nutter with ARTSGALA scholarship recipient Heather Cagle
At the end of the fall semester Wright State was honored by the presence of Mrs. Zoe Dell Nutter. When Mrs. Nutter was young she lived next door to a dance instructor, which sparked her interest in dance, especially ballet. Her love of ballet grew as she became older, and her first big break was performing with the San Francisco Ballet from 1937-1940. During her dance career she was approached by the Golden Gate International Exposition to promote the World’s Fair and a recently new form of...
Feb 1, 2017
Even though he’s collaborated with such Hollywood A-listers as Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg, Brian Grazer, and Ron Howard, Erik Bork didn’t always dream of making movies. “When I was in high school, I started gravitating toward the creative arts of some …

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