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Day: March 14, 2022

Dunbar Library Celebrates 150 Anniversary, Students Can Submit Poetry and Art

The Wright State University (WSU) Libraries encourages students from all backgrounds to submit poetry and visual art as part of the Dunbar 150 celebrations.

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International Students Find Their Voice in Leadership and Advocation

Wright State welcomed 550 new international students for the fall 2021 semester from 50 different countries, compared to 39 countries in fall of 2020.

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Advocate: Historic NPHC Plots Leave a Legacy

The emotion was just as palpable as the coming rain during the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) memorial plots ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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An Ode to Impactful Professors: Their Value in a Time of Crisis

On a stressful February day in 2021, the university administration made a decision that would affect the fabric of Wright State and put into perspective the work professors and faculty do for students.  The Wright State Board of Trustees approved eliminating 113 faculty members, affecting both the faculty and their students. Retrenchment’s impact  Due to […]

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