Category: Wright Life

RHOck Your Body event

RHOck Your Body event

Every once in a while, it is nice to be reminded that you are loved and accepted for the person you are. It is important that we encourage each other to embrace our genuine selves. Luckily, Wright State has organizations on campus that are dedicated to doing just that. The Xi Xi Chapter Sigma Gamma...

Sports: Weekend at a glance

Sports: Weekend at a glance

The remaining fall sports, as well as basketball, will be in action this upcoming weekend. Here is what’s to come in Raider athletics: FEATURED: WWSU Radio – The Morning After Show * Thursday, Nov. 8: Men’s Soccer Men’s Soccer is hosting the Horizon League Tournament and plays in the semi-finals of the tournament at 4 p.m....

Organization Spotlight: University Activities Board

Organization Spotlight: University Activities Board

Throughout the year, Wright State’s University Activities Board (UAB) hosts many events, such as Welcome Week and Fall Fest, open to all Wright State staff, students and faculty to take part in and enjoy. Consisting of 10 executive board members and 15-20 team members, everyone involved works hard to plan and execute each event on...

UAB Stress Reliever

UAB Stress Reliever

Is that 3,000-word paper weighing down on you? That upcoming, tricky final stressing you out? Not to worry! Head down to the Rathskeller room on Dec. 4 for the University Activities Board (UAB) Stress Reliever event, with fun activities to help you relax. The Stress Reliever will be held in the Student Union Atrium from...

WWSU Radio – The Morning After show

WWSU Radio – The Morning After show

WWSU Radio has a variety of radio shows throughout the week; one that should be getting students’ attention is The Morning After with Skip Carter. The Morning After is your one-stop shop for sexual health, mental health, relationship issues and advice and it is on the air every Thursday night from 7 to 8 p.m....

Career Corner: Curriculum Vitae

Career Corner: Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae (CV) is the Latin term for “course of life”. As opposed to a resume, which summarizes your credentials, a CV lets you go into detail about your personal, professional and academic achievements. CV’s are generally used by students with a graduate degree, PhD’s or employees with years of work experience. They are used...

ISSCM Halloween party

ISSCM Halloween party

  On Oct. 31, the Information Systems and Supply Chain Management (ISSCM) club is hosting a short Halloween party. The party will be held in the Dave Lab from 5:30-6:30 p.m. There will be pizza, music, games and a fun costume contest where the winner gets a $20 gift card. “Any kind of costume is...

Spook-Tacular Halloween Drag Show

Spook-Tacular Halloween Drag Show

The first annual Spook-Tacular Halloween Drag Show will be held on Oct. 31 from 6-8 p.m. in 120 Medical Sciences. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and the show is set to begin around 6:15 p.m. It may or may not last until 8 p.m. It is open to the public. The Office of LGBTQA...

Research Symposium in jeopardy of closing its doors

Research Symposium in jeopardy of closing its doors

  The Symposium of Student Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities is a celebration of student research and a place where students, both undergraduate and graduate, are given an opportunity to present their research. But, this year, the symposium is in danger of being canceled if it does not find someone to organize it. Dr. Scott...