Category: Top Stories

Campus resources that can help graduating students find jobs

Don’t wait until the last minute to start preparing for life after college. There are many opportunities available for students, as well as alumni, to better prepare for impressing future employers. There will be three recruiting days in March that give students an opportunity to get out and begin networking. At each of these events,...

Plans to return "bacon" sculpture to original author

The sculpture “Divisions”, better known on campus as “the bacon”, is deteriorating and could soon be getting returned to the author. The now 175-year-old wood that was used to build the sculpture has begun rotting, and Physical Plant has surrounded the sculpture’s  parameters with yellow caution tape. “There might be some parts that might fall...

Wright State student on his way to stardom

Musician and WSU junior Petey Mosbarger will audition for “America’s Got Talent” on Jan. 19 in Columbus. Although the show is having an open casting call, producers personally called Mosbarger to audition. “I’m very excited about this experience and opportunity,” Mosbarger said. “I sent a video from my YouTube Channel of me singing and playing...

Student Government president and Sigma Phi Epsilon member spent his winter break volunteering at a homeless shelter

Instead of enjoying a winter break of rest and leisure, Wright State Student Government President Joseph Gibbons spent his time volunteering at a homeless shelter in Dayton. Gibbons said that he volunteered because he has a passion for community service, and because he too has been in that position. “I was homeless,” Gibbons said. “I...

"1913: The Great Dayton Flood" explores a piece of Dayton's history

The prestige of Wright State’s Theatre program is recognized across the nation, and this January and February, the program will bring “1913: The Great Dayton Flood” into the spotlight. Written by Stuart McDowell, the Chair of the Department of Theatre, Dance, and Motion Pictures, and Wright State alumnus Tim Nevits, this production not only displays...

Student Government holds House Party in the Atrium

Student Government is sponsoring a 90’s themed organization fair this semester. The House Party will be held in the Atrium Jan. 16 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Student organizations can pick an activity that’s related to a television show, toys or games from the 90’s. They are encouraged to be creative and each organization is...

Psychology club offers resources for the future

For those majoring in psychology, or interested in the subject, it would be beneficial to check out the Psychology Club. Their mission statement is to encourage academic excellence through association with faculty and fellow students with an interest in psychology. The meeting times vary but are usually twice a month, held on the third floor...

January offers movies for everyone

Well, ladies and gentlemen, it’s back to the grind. As we all throw out our old calendars and ring in the New Year, we also must ring in the second semester. However, there are several new films being released that have a little something for everyone to escape from the back-to-school doldrums. There will be...