Review: NBC’s Peter Pan Live

December 19, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Blog

On December 4, NBC aired their live production of J.M. Barrie’s beloved Peter Pan.  With a star-studded cast, the show had potential to be spectacular.  However, while the production was fine, it could have used a... Read more »

Your childhood, 2.0: Reboots and remakes for an aging generation

Olivia Rutherford, Contributing Writer

December 16, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Blog

With 2014 coming to a close, many will look back in the past year of filmography fondly. Some, however, are looking back even further. Some old school cartoons are seeing reboots, and some will be ready this upcoming year.... Read more »

Blog: Why your leafy greens cost a lot of green

Patrick Schmalstig, Contributing Writer

December 12, 2014

Filed under Blog, News

If you're like me, you enjoy eating salads a lot. Nothing can beat the fresh crisp taste of lettuce, cheese, dressing and various other ingredients. They're great for vegetarians and for those who are watching their health. But... Read more »

Eye on the Raiders Blog: Game 1, Raiders grow up

November 15, 2014

Filed under Blog, Eye on the Raiders Blog, Men's Basketball, Sports

It is always nice to start the season with a signature win. Wright State won arguably its biggest nonconference game in years Friday night in a 73-70 victory Friday night in the Nutter Center. In a tight battle against one... Read more »

Eye on the Raiders Blog: Game 1, the curtain opens

Justin Boggs, Sports Editor

November 13, 2014

Filed under Blog, Eye on the Raiders Blog, Men's Basketball, Sports

A year ago, Wright State was preparing for its season opener versus Division III Mount St. Joseph in a contest that ended up being a complete blowout. This year, WSU’s season opener might be its toughest foe in the nonconference. The... Read more »

Eye on the Raiders Blog: So you think you can shoot

Justin Boggs, Sports Editor

November 12, 2014

Filed under Blog, Eye on the Raiders Blog, Men's Basketball, Sports

Wright State lost its five starters from last season’s Horizon League title game but that does not mean the Raiders will be any easier to defend according to WSU senior guard Reggie Arceneaux. Arceneaux said that with WSU’s... Read more »

Blog: Pacher leads Euro league

Justin Boggs, Sports Editor

October 29, 2014

Filed under Blog, Eye on the Raiders Blog

Former Wright State forward AJ Pacher is tearing up the court in his rookie season as a pro according to reports from Europe. Pacer was named Eurobasket.com Player of the Week. Pacher is coming off a double-double for Starwings... Read more »