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Feb 15, 2023
Dayron J. Miles, who earned a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Studies from Wright State, was named associate artistic director of the American Repertory Theater at Harvard.
Feb 13, 2023
Presented by Wright State Theatre from Feb. 17–26, “The Laramie Project” is about the reaction to the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay University of Wyoming student.
Feb 8, 2023
The issue of fair housing and what can be done to improve neighborhoods in Dayton are the focus of a symposium in which Wright State plays a key role.
Feb 6, 2023
Juniors and seniors in the Wright State Dance Ensemble will premiere 14 original choreographic works during the Emerging Choreographers Concert 2023.
Feb 6, 2023
Michelle Rings, a senior nursing major at Wright State, turned a summer internship into her first nursing job at the Cleveland Clinic.
Feb 2, 2023
Wright State Theatre’s production of Tom Stoppard’s romantic masterpiece “Arcadia” runs from Feb. 3 to 12 in the Festival Playhouse in the Creative Arts Center.
Feb 2, 2023
Doc Night featured 11 documentaries created by 12 motion picture students on topics ranging from local businesses to family to filmmaking, itself.
Feb 1, 2023
Wright State English graduate Kristin B. Gyimah was inspired to write “Teddy Gets Glasses” by one of her children.
Jan 26, 2023
The Wright State Alumni Association honored Alumni Achievement Awards recipients Aurea Rivera ’82, Mark Espy ’81, Christina Knowles ’14, ’16, Stephen Hampton ’80 and Virginia Krause Hess.
Jan 25, 2023
Shannen Dee Williams will discuss the historical impact of Black Catholic nuns in the United States on Feb. 2 at Wright State.


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