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The Wright State Guardian Newspaper published a series of stories the week after September 11 2001 terrorist attacks. Almost 20 years later we look back at the reactions, emotions and stories that were told in our community. Photos and stories collected from the Wright State University Archives.
Interviews with dozens of students, faculty, staff, and administrators said trust continues to be an issue, six-months after the three-week strike ended.
Welcome class of 2023 and all that are returning this week! It’s so great to see the campus come alive for the fall semester. We have so much to look forward to not just this week but also this semester. A reminder that Fall Fest is going to be this weekend as well as many, […]
“It is hard to think of coming back to rehearsals without Megan,” Dr. James Tipps, Wright State professor of music and conductor of university chorus said when reflecting on having Megan Betts as a student. “She was an absolute joy to work with, and she made a very positive difference in our lives.”
Raiders and community members gathered in the atrium of the Student Union on Monday afternoon to remember Megan Betts one of the victims of the Oregon District shooting that took place on Sunday morning at 1:14 a.m.
In the early hours of Sunday August 4, hundreds in downtown Dayton’s historic Oregon District took cover or fled as shooting broke out.
Tornado destruction throughout Miami Valley, Wright State and community come together to help / Damage from one of the tornadoes that struck Beavercreek / Photo; Sarah Cavender / Wright State Guardian Memorial Day weekend has been marked as a historical weather weekend for parts of the Miami Valley and Ohio. The National Weather Service confirmed […]
On May 4 Wright State students, families, friends and faculty gathered at the Nutter Center to celebrate spring commencement. With nearly 2,000 graduates, the ages ranged from 19 to 70 and ranged from across Ohio, the country and the world.