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Wright State celebrates first Guardian Newspaper Day

Wright State celebrates first Guardian Newspaper Day

On March 1, Student Body President Daniel Palmer signed a proclamation declaring every March 1 Guardian Newspaper Day. “The Guardian is a tremendous asset to the Raider Community. They continue to remain unbiased and present the facts. We are thankful for their dedication to Wright State and wanted to recognize them for their service,” said...

Wright State administrator recognized for accomplishments in student conduct

Wright State administrator recognized for accomplishments in student conduct

A Wright State administrator was recognized for his service to the field of student conduct by the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA). Gary Dickstein, vice president of student affairs at Wright State, received ASCA’s Donald D. Gehring Award, the most prestigious honor presented by the association. He accepted the award at ASCA’s annual national...

Student organizations seek to preserve minority student enrollment with retention initiative

Student organizations seek to preserve minority student enrollment with retention initiative

A former Black Men on the Move initiative to retain underrepresented minority student enrollment at Wright State University is now overseen by representatives from Student Government Association. “Retain the Nine” was originally intended to retain the roughly nine percent of black students enrolled at Wright State. It has since evolved to retain all underrepresented minority...

White-supremacist posters removed from campus

White-supremacist posters removed from campus

On Feb. 20, Wright State sent out a campus-wide email stating that over the weekend, white-supremacist posters had been found on campus and removed. “University police officers and staff searched Dayton Campus buildings and the tunnels in an effort to remove all materials posted in violation of the university’s posting policy,” according to the email....

Wright State Chief Diversity Officer accepts position with City of Toledo

Wright State Chief Diversity Officer accepts position with City of Toledo

A nationally recognized leader of equity and inclusion and former employee of Wright State University has accepted a new position in Toledo. Matt Boaz, the former chief diversity officer at Wright State, will serve as the director of diversity and inclusion with the City of Toledo, according to an announcement from University President Cheryl Schrader....

Wright State theatre professor dies at 60

Wright State theatre professor dies at 60

Professor Scot Woolley, a theatre arts professor and music director at Wright State, died after serving at the university for nearly seven years. Woolley died on Saturday, Jan. 26 after suffering a medical emergency while driving in Cincinnati, according to the Dayton Daily News. He was 60 years old. Wooley was buried on Saturday, Feb....

Student-run business partners with Wright State Bookstore

Student-run business partners with Wright State Bookstore

  The Wright State Bookstore is partnering with JustModernTees (JMT), a student-run clothing brand with a passion for making high-quality products using environmentally-friendly materials. “[JMT] started through a competition at Wright Sate called the Wright Venture competition. Any student can apply to be a part of the competition. All you have to do is have...