Daytons Not Dead: Pita Pit

Daytons Not Dead: Pita Pit

Dayton is full of young entrepreneurs eager to take on riskier ventures and put in the necessary work to get them off the ground. Dain Peters is no exception. Peters, 22, is planning to open a Pita Pit at 1047 Brown St., Dayton. Opening the Pita Pit will be the realization of a dream he...

Virus resembling polio is on the rise

Virus resembling polio is on the rise

Doctors and pathologists are scratching their heads over outbreaks of a new virus. The virus is called enterovirus D68, or EV-D68, and in some cases, it appears to exhibit polio-like symptoms. Enteroviruses are often intestinal and transmitted via the anal-oral route but EV-D68 is different. In most cases, it appears to be mainly a respiratory...

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...

University administration and union both claim that talk of a strike is premature

University administration and union both claim that talk of a strike is premature

Last Monday, administration and the faculty union received a report from a Fact Finder, an independent third party tasked with reviewing unresolved issues in contract negotiations between the two parties. The report showed that the Fact Finder sided with the administration’s proposals on the majority of issues. Following its release, both administration and the faculty...

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....

Last week’s sports results

Last week’s sports results

Several sports were in action this past week, with solid performances all around. Women’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, Men’s Soccer and Women’s Volleyball all hosted home games. The Men’s Tennis team traveled to Cleveland State for an Invitational this past weekend. LATEST: Weekly Horoscopes Women’s Soccer loses to Detroit Mercy 0-2 The Women’s Soccer team ended...

Weekly Horoscopes

Weekly Horoscopes

NOVEMBER 5-9 ARIES – You are made of lava dear Aries. So when someone says “the floor is lava” on Thursday, melt into the floor. You have won the floor is lava game for now and always. TAURUS – You are made of turkey bacon Taurus. If you are a vegan I am sorry. You are...

Movie Review: The Hate U Give

Movie Review: The Hate U Give

“The Hate U Give”, a New York Times bestselling young adult novel turned movie, hit theaters on Oct. 19, ranking it fifth in the box office. Although following the trend of turning popular books into movies, “The Hate U Give” has a completely different vibe to it. Usually, beloved books become film adaptations when there...