Student publishing book of poetry

As anyone can imagine, getting a book published can be a difficult job. Imagine doing it on your own! WSU’s Zachary Moore reflects on his experiences of doing so by saying, “It was a joy.” Moore, a second- year grad student, has published his very own book of poetry titled “The Road” which features 49...

New chocolate shop opens at The Greene

With the holiday season approaching, the opening of the new chocolate and candy store Kilwins at the Greene came just in time.  The story behind this store isn’t known by many, especially since the store just began to branch out into Ohio. The store was originally located in Petoskey, Michigan.  When Don Kilwins set out...

Horror movies creeping to a theatre near you

Greetings, boys and ghouls! In a few short days it will be October, and the countdown to that most frightfully fun Holiday of Halloween shall begin! Let us take a peek inside the candy bowl and see what tricks and treats the theatre has to offer in honor of All Hallows Eve! If you can’t...

We Serve U helps students get involved

WSU’s We Serve U offers students an outlet to get involved in the community. Many students may want to volunteer their time and talent to help others, but don’t know how to get involved or who to talk to. We Serve U is an organization that makes members of the WSU community aware of these...

Disney College Program making dreams come true

The Disney college program offers an experience of a lifetime for students. It’s a six-month paid internship that offers housing, shuttles to and from work and positions in the resorts or in the parks. “You have the program, which feeds into professional internships,” Tiffany Fridley, graduate student and WSU’s campus representative for the Disney college...

The Neon raising money to convert to digital

The Neon, in Downtown Dayton, can expect big changes in the weeks to come. The Neon is a locally owned and operated independent cinema. It has been in the same location for over 25 years. It currently provides 35mm films, but starting mid-October they will convert to digital. To raise money for the new digital...

Beats Antique comes to Ohio

The electronica/world music outfit Beats Antique performed for a packed house at the Newport Music Hall on Tuesday, September 18th. Touring in support of their most recent release, Contraption Vol. II, the band played for over two hours to an ecstatic and enthusiastic crowd. A musician known as Lynx opened up the show, playing for over an hour....

Multiple chances for students to donate blood

Throughout the school year, different groups on campus will sponsor blood drives. To give blood, you must be 17. Sixteen-year-olds may give blood by filling out a parental consent form, which they can print at www.givingblood.org. Donors must bring a photo ID with their full name. Those with infections will not be eligible to give...

The new KRUUE on campus

Questions have recently surfaced on campus about a mysterious organization known as KRUUE. The group has distributed some promotional flyers around campus, and many rumors have been circulating about the organization’s activity. Due to the mysterious nature of KRUUE, some students got the feeling that the group was very exclusive. Their hunch was accurate. KRUUE...

WSU faculty involvment in Phi Kappa Phi convention

At the beginning of August, two of Wright State’s own had the opportunity to participate in the biennial convention of the oldest, largest, and most selective university honor society.  As active members of Phi Kappa Phi, Alex Wenning, who is Wright State’s chapter’s scholarship and awards officer, and Kelly Hoehne, an accounting graduate student and...