WWSU Radio – The Morning After show

WWSU Radio – The Morning After show

WWSU Radio has a variety of radio shows throughout the week; one that should be getting students’ attention is The Morning After with Skip Carter. The Morning After is your one-stop shop for sexual health, mental health, relationship issues and advice and it is on the air every Thursday night from 7 to 8 p.m....

Movie Review: Old Man and the Gun

Movie Review: Old Man and the Gun

  Think of any movie with a heist you have seen; what does it involve? A plot to nab a ton of money, a suave weapon-wielding thief or con artist and some type of dramatic chase as the cherry on the top. Oh, and don’t forget the self-assured smirks and witty (or not) banter. Now,...

Organization Spotlight: College Republicans

Organization Spotlight: College Republicans

With elections taking place last week and the ongoing controversy at Wright State, it is nice to have a place you can go where members share the same thoughts and beliefs as you. Among Wright State’s many campus organizations is College Republicans. Founded in 1969, College Republicans “demonstrate the Conservative and Republican values and ideals...

App Review: Be My Eyes

App Review: Be My Eyes

Have you ever wanted to reach out and help someone but were hesitant or didn’t know where to start? Add to your good deed list by downloading Be My Eyes, a free app dedicated to connecting blind and visually impaired people to sighted volunteers through a video call. With the Be My Eyes app, you...

Java for G.I.s coffee drive

Java for G.I.s coffee drive

The Wright State Veteran and Military Center and the Dayton Area Chapter of the American Red Cross are hosting a coffee drive. The drive aims to supply year-round comfort to Miami Valley veterans, service members and their families. The donations will be given to the Wright State Veteran and Military Center, Dayton VA Medical Center...

Weekend sports recap

Weekend sports recap

Several sports were in action this past weekend, including Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball, Men’s Soccer and Cross Country. * Men’s Basketball loses to Murray State The Raiders traveled to Kentucky on Nov. 10 to face Murray State University. MSU led the Raiders for almost the entire game and ended up winning 73-54. The Raiders...

Weekly Horoscopes

Weekly Horoscopes

NOVEMBER 12-16 ARIES – Collecting the tears of your ex-lovers might be like a victory Aries but it’s also quite odd. On behalf of the universe, we ask that you stop. Try collecting normal things like stamps. The post office is full of fun Marvel characters. TAURUS – You are naturally an attentive sign Taurus. Someone...

RHOck Your Body event

RHOck Your Body event

Every once in a while, it is nice to be reminded that you are loved and accepted for the person you are. It is important that we encourage each other to embrace our genuine selves. Luckily, Wright State has organizations on campus that are dedicated to doing just that. The Xi Xi Chapter Sigma Gamma...

Wright State student and musician passes at 23

Wright State student and musician passes at 23

Wright State senior music major Hayden Chance Jackson, 23, of Springfield passed away on Monday, Oct. 22. Jackson was born June 2, 1995 in Xenia. LATEST: Career Corner: Negotiating your salary Jackson’s passion was gospel music. He picked up the piano at a young age and quickly showed promise, earning the nickname “Maestro.” At 13...

Career Corner: Negotiating your salary

Career Corner: Negotiating your salary

  Negotiating your salary with your new employer feels like playing a game of Minesweeper; you do not know how to avoid stepping on a mine. Will you lose the job before you even get it? Are you allowed to negotiate? Will your employer think you are greedy? The answer to all of this is...