Category: News

The New Pizza in Town: Wise Guys Vs. Cousin Vinny’s

Wise Guys, Eh? It is not yet a name that rings familiar in the ears of Wright State students, such as, say, Cousin Vinny’s. But will it soon? Due to a split up among business partners, the Kauffman Road location of the beloved pizza franchise, Cousin Vinny’s, has now become Wise Guys Pizza. Wise Guys...

Take 5 to graduate in four years

With the final spring quarter coming to an end, students and faculty are preparing for the semester transition. The transition has the university going from three 10 week quarters to two 14 week semesters, with a summer term still being offered. Wright State, along with other schools still on quarters, was asked to consider switching...

WSU announces proposed 2013 budget and tuition increase

A focus on student success through experiential learning opportunities. Increased private-public partnerships with the region. Advancements in defense and technology research. These and other things were part of the 2013 Budget Presentation held in Wright State University’s Apollo Room May 24th. The campus community gathered at the annual Board of Trustees Budget Presentation as Wright...

Recycling campaigns to launch

Just as the many flowers and plants around campus are in full bloom, so is the vibrant optimism of Wright State’s sustainability initiative. According to Dr. Linda Ramey, associate director of the Office of Sustainability, the freshman class of the 2011-2012 school year was the most ecologically-minded class Wright State has ever seen. “They have...

White House confirms plan to veto CISPA

The internet can once again breathe a sigh of relief: White House officials have announced that President Obama adamantly plans to veto the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act  (CISPA). Obama had previously threatened to veto the bill when it was still up for deliberation by the House of Representatives. As a response to these...

Kentucky Derby homicide under investigation

The Kentucky Derby has always been known to some as a great American tradition, one in which its participants can enjoy a pleasant spring day with a cocktail, watching the ponies make their laps. For some, the racetrack is associated with the treasures that come with a well-placed bet. For others, the races are nothing...

About you WSU

Garett Mefford is a current DJ at Wright State’s own local radio station, 106.9 WWSU. Since this is his first year at Wright State he’s hoping to expand his time on the radio station and gain more listeners over his college career. After college Garett would like to go into the video game industry. The...

ANAS seeks diversity on campus

The Association of Native American Students is a student organization at WSU that primarily focuses on generating awareness of Native American culture by promoting student exposure to Native American heritage from both the past and present. Each quarter the ANAS hosts fun and creative cultural events for it’s members and for the general campus in...

About you WSU

Graduating Senior, Sean Martin is going to miss his time at WSU! The 21-year-old has found many things for students to become involved with at WSU. Martin has been the general manager for the WSU radio station, 106.9 WWSU, for the past two years. “My favorite memories of attending WSU will be those of working...