Category: Wright Life

Welcome Week introduces new students to WSU

Welcome Week is filled with activities for all students. Each day of the week activities are planned and located throughout campus. This is a time for students to meet organizations, get familiar with campus life, meet new people and have fun. One thing that was new this year was Monday’s Welcome Week Kick-Off. Unlike the...

Best of WSU: Spending dining dollars wisely

Being a new student in a new environment can be overwhelming. There are many questions and things students may not understand. One in particular is what are dining dollars, how does it work and where can students use it. First, there are numerous places on campus that offer a wide variety of food. There are...

A Late Appreciation: GZA – Liquid Swords

  When the Wu-Tang Clan released their debut album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) in 1993, something strange happened. No one quite knew what it was, but it was without a doubt something important, something groundbreaking, and something that would most certainly stand the test of time. The world had never seen a force like the...

Homefull helps those in need in simple and creative ways

Homefull’s goal is to end homelessness. They provide housing, education and advocacy for those who cannot afford a home. According to Tara Purvis, coordinator for the Youth and Literacy Programs, there is an average of 857 people who are homeless every night in Montgomery County alone. Homefull aims to reduce this number. “With how hard...

Summer is almost here

 Summer vacation is less than three weeks away and students are preparing for summer fun. There is an unlimited amount of things to do during the summer like: travel, amusement parks, concerts, internships, work, school, festivals and swimmin Many students on campus have summer traditions. These traditions usually involve trips with friends or families to...

Car Show this weekend

Calling all commuters! The Commuter Student Association, Student Automotive Association, and Student Government are hosting the first ever Car Show on campus this Friday, May 25th. The event is taking place 1-5p.m. in Lot 4. The first six rows of Lot 4 from the campus entrance will be available for cars to be shown. Registration...

Local Review: Riley – The Cat of Nine Tails: Part One

What do you get when you combine musical technicality with loud sing-a-long choruses? Well, it would sound a little bit like Riley, a local Dayton band consisting of Eric Bluebaum, Joey Kirby, Colin Pauley, and Chris Warman. Although most of the guys have played together before, the four piece regrouped and refocused in February 2012,...

WSU Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert

The WSU Symphony Orchestra, which started out as the University/Community Orchestra, brings musicians from the community and students together. Some members are beginners while others have been playing for many years. The WSU Symphony Orchestra is made up of a full orchestra. According to In-Hong Cha, Associate Professor of Music and Director of the Orchestras,...

Do you know the Muffin Man?

For the past two years, Craig Kigar, the WSU Hot Dog Man, has been selling hot dogs, donuts, coffee and other foods and drinks for students on the go. Kigar sells long dogs, Rueben dogs and quarter pound dogs. He also offers multiple condiments including: relish, shredded dill pickles, mustard, spicy mustard, ketchup, chili, cheese...