WSU how to-Bimbimbap

This authentic Korean dish may have a funny name, but don’t let that fool you. I know, I was a little skeptical when my friend stumbled upon this recipe one afternoon and told me about it. We decided to give it a whirl and see what happens. The result- not what I expected. This dish...

UCIE holding International Friendship Affair

UCIE’s 28th annual International Friendship Affair will bring together people from different nations for entertainment, fun and food. According to Namrata Dave, Graduate Assistant for the UCIE, there was between 600 and 700 attendants last year. “It’s been very good,” said Dammy Orebiyi, Graduate Assistant for the UCIE. Each year they have a different theme....

UAB holding Relay For Life dinner

Every year the University Activities Board holds the Relay for Life to honor those who are suffering from cancer, surviving cancer or were lost to cancer. However, this year they will hold a kick off dinner to help raise more money to fight cancer. “The kick off dinner is to raise money for the American...

Win on Senior Day propels men to top spot in Horizon League

Martin Arguello waited a year for a rematch with Green Bay’s Paul Swanson. That opportunity arrived Saturday as Arguello beat his rival 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 on Senior Day and propelled Wright State to the top of the Horizon League. “It’s pretty significant on many different layers,” said Head Coach Sean McCaffrey. “Winning at home is...

Raider Insider with Sean McCaffrey

Sean McCaffrey has been the Head Coach of the men’s and women’s tennis teams since Sept. 24, 2008. Last year, he was named Wright State’s Co-Coach of the Year. Before coming to WSU, he coached at Colby-Sawyer College in New Hampshire for five years. He’s also spent time coaching high school tennis, notably at Hanover...

Understand your lease and get your security deposit back in full

When a person signs a lease, moves into or out of an apartment, there are things renters should know that could save them a significant amount of time and money in the long run. Managing Attorney Michael Booher with Wright State Student Legal Services, Inc. has five major tips for all renters. Tip number one...

Occupy Wall Street: What's next?

So, whatever happened to Occupy Wall Street? Over the past few months, the public eye and mainstream media coverage have shifted their critical gaze away from this potential revolutionary movement. Since Occupy Wall Street’s disappearance from the headlines, the progressive movement to end economic inequality (among a plethora of other things) has been put on...

WSU adds Social Work masters program

Wright State’s Social Work Department has been partnered with Ohio State’s College of Social Work for six years to provide the opportunity for graduates with various Bachelor degrees to attend a Masters program in Social Work from OSU. Previously, area students enrolled in a graduate program for a Masters of Arts in Social Work have...

Stay safe during tornado season

Tornado season has primarily hit the Midwest hard this year, with 19 fatal tornadoes taking 57 lives this year according to Michael Coons, emergency management administrator for WSU. The WSU Emergency Management Department is working to improve safety precautions and procedures on campus to ensure a well prepared campus in light of the early tornado...