The Greene thrives while Fairfield Mall is struggling to stay alive

Despite its proximity to Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Wright State University and the Nutter Center, the Mall at Fairfield Commons is struggling to compete with the Greene Town Center. The Mall at Fairfield Commons opened in 1993, the Greene Town Center opened in 2006, and both serve two distinct populations. The Greene targets affluent...

Pro-Obama, pro-Romney and pro-positivity

Although we are still happily enjoying the summer months, politicians are anxiously anticipating the arrival of fall and, therefore, the upcoming Presidential election.  In 2010, the Supreme Court changed the way that politicians can do business. Before, individuals and businesses were not allowed to support campaigns with corporate money. However, the doors are now wide...

Ribbon-cutting at Mini University

A new greenhouse is opening at Mini University, the Wright State University Child Development Center found on campus.   The greenhouse ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place on September 13th at 10:30 am lead by Dr. David Hopkins and Ohio Senator Chris Widener as they help Mini University celebrate their 25th anniversary.  Mini University provides care and...

Summer in review at Wright State University

As the dog days of August set in, students are concluding their summer endeavors and preparing to resume their academic life here at Wright State. Many students attended summer classes, savoring their last chance to operate in a quarterly fashion. Many students went home, either working hard at a summer job or hardly working in...

Wright State University: An equal opportunity school

Due to recent changes in the transmission from quarters to semesters, Wright State University has updated its policies in regards to maintaining Equal Education and Employment Opportunity standards in admissions, employment, academics, and tuition. Wright State University remains committed to admitting a diverse student body each year. Wright State University continues to be one of...

Women's soccer dreams of Horizon League crown

90 minutes. That’s how far away the Wright State Women’s Soccer team was from their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2000. The Raiders fell to Milwaukee 5-1 in the Horizon League Championship game on November 6, but didn’t let the loss linger. Instead, they went back to the drawing board to figure out how to...

FieldTurf coming to Nischwitz Stadium

If you attend a baseball game at Nischwitz Stadium next semester, you’re going to notice a drastic change. The Wright State Athletic Department is installing FieldTurf and replacing the natural grass at WSU’s oldest athletic facility. “About $600,000 has been donated for the project. And that number is still growing as donations continue to come...

Men's soccer looks to improve on 2011 success

The men’s soccer team defied the odds to make last year’s Horizon League championship game. But Head Coach Bryan Davis isn’t satisfied with second place. Wright State (11-7-2) dropped the final to Loyola 1-0 in overtime on Nov. 13. It was the Raiders’ first appearance in a conference championship since 1998 and the program’s first...