To help students succeed in the new school year, Wright State University tutors Adam Wilson, a grad student majoring in school counseling, and Noah Berner, a junior majoring in biology, share favorite study tips and methods.
After you’ve sent a carefully-worded resume and cover letter out, you have another obstacle to deal with: the interview. Just like with the resume and cover letter, the resources you use are important.
One of the most important things to know as a woman is how to defend yourself, especially for students. Fortunately, the Amigos Latinx Student Association (ALSA) is partnering with Wright State’s police department to host the Women’s Self Defense Class.
It is easy to sit down on the couch, turn on the TV and binge a show. Hours can pass in the blink of an eye, and then there’s no time to get in a workout. The couch potato life is tempting but unhealthy. Below are a few exercises you can do while living out your couch-potato dreams.
With spring approaching, the weather should be warming up, bringing the ability to go outside and exercise. Hiking is a great way to get moderate exercise and there are several great places to hike around campus.