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.
After being named Valedictorian of her high school, Wyatt found herself at WSU with a full tuition scholarship.
Clyburn has over 120,000 followers who tune in to listen to her bring awareness to the social injustices that impact her communities.
Davis has six years of experience in the field already at the age of 21, several years ahead of others who are in the same field.
WSU mathematics major Catherine Embury shoots for the moon and lands at the stars with her esteemed internship acceptance at NASA.
Arionna Wooden recently became the vice president for the BSU and wishes to carve a legacy helping fellow African-American students.