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Wright Through my Eyes

Wright Through my Eyes is a series produced by the reporters, editors and video team to document the lives of Wright State students on campus. In an effort to show the need to continue to educate and inform about diversity and inclusion on college campuses we talked to and followed college students on our campus. Here are the stories of our fellow Raiders.

Katie West | Photo provided by Katie West

Wright Through my Eyes: Katie West

“Music is definitely a way of expression and showing what you love,” said West.

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Wright Through My Eyes: Jackson Riffle

Wright State student Jackson Riffle, double major in piano performance and percussion performance, chose Wright State to help him build his resume and make connections as an active performer, teacher and composer.

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Roberto Clemente-Rosa | Photo by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Wright through my eyes: Roberto Clemente-Rosa

There is a lot more to Clemente-Rosa rather than just his ethnicity. He is an engineering student, a student leader, a musician, a brother and a son.

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Jonathan Ciero | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Wright through my eyes: Jonathan Ciero

Wright State is home to an abundance of students with different backgrounds and stories to tell. Jonathan Ciero, material science, and engineering major has ambitious plans for the future.

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WSU vs. Cleveland State Women's Basketball | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Athlete Spotlight: Michal Miller

Michal Miller, a returning starter and senior on Wright State’s Women’s Basketball team, has faced many challenges throughout her basketball career.

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Kayla Mahoney | Photo by Daniel Delgado | Edited by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Wright through my eyes: Kayla Mahoney

Kayla Mahoney, Wright State student and member of the Army National Guard and LGBTQA community, would describe herself as hilarious, outgoing, athletic, chill, easy to talk to and not great at giving advice.

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Rebekah Wyse | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Wright through my eyes: Rebekah Wyse

Wright through my eyes feature: I wanted a place where I would feel comfortable, [and] I didn’t feel that [way about] the other places. [At WSU], I don’t get the ‘you have a disability’ look. You don’t feel awkward; I like that about WSU.”

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