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Men's and women's tennis readying for conference tournament

A sigh of relief can be exhaled by both the men’s and women’s tennis teams as both teams have officially clinched a berth in this year’s Horizon League Tournament. The women’s team punched their ticket to the tournament later this month in Indianapolis with a 6-1 road victory over Green Bay. Despite all the roadblocks […]

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Baseball takes Joe Nuxhall classic and UIC series

Things are starting to click for the Wright State baseball team. WSU is coming off a successful weekend where the team won the Joe Nuxhall classic in Cincinnati for the second straight season. The Raiders followed it with a series victory on the road against Illinois-Chicago in the Windy City. WSU’s record now sits at […]

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Student organization welcomes all religious ideas to their meetings

Wright State’s Christian apologetics organization Ratio Christi encourages and challenges students to bring their ideas and beliefs to their meetings. “A person who is not a Christian should attend Ratio Christi to discover and be exposed to the rationality and substantial reason behind the Christian faith,” vice president of Ratio Christi Jonathon Phillipp said. “That […]

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WSU grad published a historical thriller book

Joshua Lisec is not only a suspense, mystery writer on history with a modern-day twist, but he is also a Wright State graduate. The young author shares his helpful experiences from Wright State and his inspiration behind his new series, “Max Meyers Adventure Series.” Lisec grew up watching old war movies and television shows such […]

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5K AIDS benefit walk serves as grand finale to WSU medical students' "Healthy Habits Week"

Through the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), medical students at Wright State host a “Healthy Habits Week.” “We have fun little events throughout the week to promote lifestyle changes for us as students as well as teach techniques of how to affect lifestyle changes in our future patients,” said Joey Resch. “We also have a […]

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Applications for first student run Homecoming planning committee available

This will be the first year WSU will have a student driven planning committee for Homecoming. Applications to join this committee are on OrgSync located under the forms tab. Applications are due in the office of student activities by April 19. Assistant Director to the Office of Student Activities Jack Pence said this committee is […]

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Yellow Springs Brewery to host Grand Opening celebration

Greene County is set to welcome its first production brewery since 2001 on Saturday, April 13 in the Village of Yellow Springs. Their taproom inside the brewery will play host to beer enthusiasts from all over the Miami Valley during the grand opening celebration between 1pm-9pm. On tap will be an American Brown Ale, a […]

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Theta Phi Alpha puts the "Phi" in "Phiesta" for kids in need

Last Sunday, April 7th, another Wright State sorority represented the University by bringing another community service event to the greater Dayton area. “Theta Phiesta is the main spring philanthropy event for Theta Phi Alpha,” said Kaytee McBride, the Philanthropy Chair of Theta Phi Alpha. “Each year, we team up with a different Mexican restaurant to […]

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Five Rivers MetroParks to present film at the Neon

Five Rivers MetroParks will present the film “Where the Yellowstone Goes” at the Neon to promote their Fly Fishing Progression. “Where the Yellowstone Goes” will premiere at The Neon in downtown Dayton on April 16 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online and cost $10 with a $1 service charge. Tickets purchased at the […]

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Raj Soin College of Business to host Dress for Success fashion show

On Friday April 12, the Raj Soin College of Business Dean Student Advisory Board (DSAB) will be hosting Dress for Success, a fashion show meant to teach students how to dress in the business world. The event will also include a raffle and refreshments. All proceeds from the fashion show will be donated to Big […]

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