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Apr 21, 2011
Tony Shaffer’s journey from Wright State University has been one filled with top-secret missions, bureaucratic roadblocks, and the honor of serving his country. “Wright State prepared me very well to go forth and do things,” said Shaffer, who graduated in …
Apr 20, 2011
In 1946, two 20-year-olds were accused of taking a wild road trip . . .
Apr 11, 2011
“Someday My Prince Will Come.” It sounds like a...
Mar 28, 2011
The Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries will present a survey of work by faculty emeritus and accomplished printmaker David Leach.
Mar 21, 2011
"People around the world spend an extraordinary amount of time every day consuming media," said Elliot Gaines, Ph.D.
Mar 10, 2011
Clad in buttons as if she were working for a political campaign, Gladys Turner Finney wears one button more proudly than most this time of year.
Feb 18, 2011
When she was a child, Gina Bier couldn't decide whether she wanted to be a scuba diver or police officer. So she became both.
Jan 6, 2011
From January 23 to March 6, 2011, the Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries will feature the work of Wright State University art faculty Diane Fitch, Tracy Longley-Cook and Danielle Rante.
Aug 9, 2010
When Andrea Foy was looking for a part-time retail job to help offset the expenses of purchasing a house, she went to her job interview as the polished, professional woman she is. While waiting for a manager to interview her, …
Aug 9, 2010
When his job was put on the chopping block, graphic designer Stephen Rumbaugh considered his options for the future... Rumbaugh thought back to a book he read in the early ’90s on soap making and sensed an opportunity.


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