Category: News

Crime Notes: May 9 Issue

April 30 – A car parked in the Nutter Center Parking lot 8 was broken into. The key hole on the driver’s door was damaged and the CD had been taken out of the vehicle. $930 loss. May 1 – A GPS device (Tom Tom) was stolen out of a car parked in lot 11....

Firefighters respond to car fire in front of Student Union

Firefighters respond to car fire in front of Student Union

The scent of burning rubber filled the hallways of Hamilton Hall and the Student Union today, causing a flock of students to rush outside. Walking around the corner to Lot 3, the students saw a car in flames. The car, a Nissan Ultima owned by WSU freshmen Darien Stevenson, had been parked in 30 minute...

About you WSU

About you WSU

A bubbly personality and fun are just two of the many words to describe Emily Vance. She has goals set for her self and is ready for whatever life brings her way. With her freshman year of college about to end, she’s learned a lot and is ready to take on the next year, after...

Wealth redistribution: What does it mean for students?

What is hunger in the U.S., and how many people live it? The economic research website by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (http://www.ers.usda.gov) says, “In 2010, 48.8 million people lived in food-insecure households. 11.3 million adults lived in households with very low food security.” It ocntinues, “16.2 million children lived in food-insecure households in which children,...

Internet security bill sent to US Senate could affect the privacy of internet users alike if passed

Recent legislation once again has set internet ablaze with controversy and outrage. Last Thursday, April 26, the US House of Representatives released the hounds on yet another bill that could potentially turn the internet upside-down. CISPA (the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act) was approved by the House with a vote of 248 to 168...

Student Governments holds 2012-2013 position elections

“It’s Student Government. It all comes down to what the students really want. We [the elected representatives for Student Government] serve as a gateway between the student body and the higher administration that controls the policies enacted in or around campus.” – Adam Verdecchia As for the upcoming year, Student Government’s agenda remains moderately tentative....

Staff and students work towards a greener campus atmosphere

Since its creation in 1970 by a Wisconsin Senator, Earth Day has proven itself to be both effective and a model for how humanity should live every other day of the year. Every April 22, individuals and organizations from all over the world show some much needed respect for the tender planet beneath our feet....

About you WSU

Allison Cortelli is no stranger to new changes and adapting to new places. When she stepped onto WSU campus for the first time as an incoming freshman this past August, she was ready to embark on the college experience. Allison is originally from Texas, where her dad served in the U.S Air Force for 10...

WSU’s Rainbow Alliance campaigns for equal rights and awareness with an on-campus NOH8 photo shoot

For those superstitious individuals who regard Friday the 13th as unlucky, your days of despair are over. This past Friday (the 13th), Wright State’s Rainbow Alliance played host to an event in attempt to raise awareness of equality- thus breaking the annual streak of “misfortune” in the universe. In concordance to the the NOH8 campaign,...

WSU student crowned CW star

Wright State senior Brandy Zapata, was crowned Dayton’s CW star. Zapata, Assistant Speaker of the House in WSU’s student government, and a mass communications major, won the competition, making her the face and voice of Dayton’s famous television network. Since Zapata won the competition, her life has become a turbulent roller coaster. Daily, she faces...