Students at Wright State University (WSU) showed their appreciation for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and celebrated his life by hosting two events to express what he means to them culturally and personally.
Wright State University (WSU) students experienced racially motivated hate incidents, causing a student organization to create a call-to-action response to address racism on campus.
The goal of the Korean Club’s special event held on Nov. 5, 2021 is to spread awareness of the hardships that North Korean refugees, many who are women and children, face from the time of their escape from oppressing dictatorship to their lives now.
On Nov. 16, three WSU members of Association of Native American Students (ANAS) held a panel discussing the creation stories of their tribes.
WSU’s Queer Prom strives to uphold a historical tradition of inclusiveness where students can embrace their identities at prom.