Category: Wright Life

Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

What a strange feeling it is to walk through the halls and sit in classes this week, fellow Raiders. For weeks there has been this tension and uncertainty around us that follows us outside the classrooms and into our personal lives. Here at the newspaper we have spent weeks and months covering the back and...

Strike update: How financial aid will be affected

Strike update: How financial aid will be affected

Many students attend Wright State on a grant, scholarship, loan or work study. Following the government shutdown and news of a possible faculty strike on campus, students have voiced their concerns to the university. On Wednesday, Jan. 16, the university sent a communication email to students stating their financial aid would not be affected by...

Here’s what your sub professors can do

Here’s what your sub professors can do

As the first week of classes continue, Wright State University prepares a tentative plan in case members of the faculty union go on strike. The university has stated on several platforms that classes would continue on and there would be arrangements made for members of staff and administration to fill classes. These instructors would have...

Spring semester fitness classes

Spring semester fitness classes

Fitness classes are back for spring semester, offered at no cost for current Wright State students. A group fitness pass is required for all other participants. The classes are offered at varying times throughout the week and in a variety of different class formats. The line-up of classes is different than what was offered in...

Student Spotlight: Brody Beaver

Student Spotlight: Brody Beaver

  “I aspire to be a pilot for the Air Force. I enlisted in the Ohio Air National Guard when I was 17,” said Brody Beaver, a mass communications student with a love for aviation. “My parents had to sign a waiver allowing me to enlist before I was 18.” Everything Beaver has worked towards...

Wright State’s fourth ArtsFair draws highest attendance yet

Wright State’s fourth ArtsFair draws highest attendance yet

For the fourth time, the College of Liberal Arts hosted ArtsFair – a community engagement event that gives children the opportunity to engage in interactive art activities. The event was open on Saturday, Dec. 1 from 9 a.m. to noon. Admission was $5 per person. With 175 registered attendees, this was the most attended ArtsFair in...