Wright State saw a few inches of snow early in November. Our photographer captured these winter wonderland looks on campus!
“I don’t want to disappoint my teammates or my coaches and I think that’s a lot of pressure I feel daily,” said Bill Wampler, senior on Wright State’s Men’s Basketball team. “I feel like it’s hard as an athlete to not be hard on yourself because we’re trying to be the best we possibly can be.”
It has been a little over a week since residents went to the polls for Ohio’s local elections. This is also the first year many Gen Zers took part in voting. Corey Seemiller and Meghan Grace are co-authors in a nation-wide study on Generation Z’s attitudes on politics and voting.
For over a decade, Wright State University has hosted Take Flight, a leadership retreat program during the summer that offers students the chance to build new skills and gain experience in leadership.
During the Student Government Association’s (SGA) brief meeting on Nov. 5, rules of debate concerning its bylaws and constitution were passed by the Senate.