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Jan 22, 2014
Heather Christle author of What is Amaing and Abraham Smith author of Hank and Whim Man Mammon will be doing poetry readings in the Pathfinder Lounge at the Student Union Wednesday, January 22, 2014. All are Welcome!
Jan 19, 2014
Wright State filmmaker Julia Reichert served as associate producer on Prison Terminal: The Last Days of Jack Hall, which is nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.
Jan 17, 2014
High school students who will be the first in their families to attend college will visit Wright State University for a college readiness program on Friday, Jan. 24.
Jan 17, 2014
This is the second in a series of articles describing Wright State student Spencer Brannon’s experiences as an intern for the Executive Office of the President at the White House. In any big city, there’s always a lot going on. …
Jan 15, 2014
Our Bake Sale was held on December 2 and 3, 2013 in the Student Union and in the Hangar.  Our officers and members dedicated time and baked goods such as cookies, cupcakes, baklava, etc. to our bake sale table as well as passing out flyers to advertise for our upcoming fundraiser (at the time).  We sold almost all of our baked goods by the end of the two-day sale, and made a profit of almost $300.  It was a successful first event!
Jan 15, 2014
One hundred Logan County high school students who plan be the first in their families to attend college will visit the Wright State campus on January 24th to view models of college-level writing. WSU students will share multimedia presentations from their English composition courses.  Other successful WSU students will answer questions about writing as well as their perceptions of college.  Undergraduate English major Jen Kube will highlight how students can take advantage of Wright State’s...
Jan 15, 2014
The end of this semester is a little bit more bittersweet than others.  The overwhelming sense of a relief a teacher feels when class is over is just indescribable. Don’t get me wrong. I love teaching, but there’s a point where I feel I have nothing left to give.  This semester is different though because it was the first semester I taught my comedy- and humor-themed research composition class at Wright State. I prepared for this class for months and this fall, my experiment began. I asked my...
Jan 15, 2014
On October 10-12, CELIA, an Ohio Center of Excellence that fosters collaborative education, leadership and innovation in the arts, hosted a celebration of the bicentennial anniversary of the publication of Jane Austen’s beloved novel, Pride and Prejudice. The event, titled Pride and Prejudice: The Bicentennial, featured public lectures by internationally-recognized experts on Jane Austen and British literature from universities around the country. These included Laura Vorachek from the...
Jan 15, 2014
Visits to the Korean Demilitarized Zone and the Changdeokgung Palace as well as winning multiple international honors highlighted a trip to South Korea by Wright State’s Model UN team.
Jan 14, 2014
Works by four contemporary artists who engage with the concept of landscape in new ways are featured in the latest exhibition at the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries.

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