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 »

Wright State graduate killed in Maryland plane crash

Taylor McKinley, News Writer

December 11, 2014

Filed under News, Top Stories

Native of New Carlisle, David A. Hartman, Ph.D., was among 6 people killed Monday after a twin-jet engine plane crashed near the airport in Gaithersburg, Maryland. He was 52. A total of five others died in the crash, including... Read more »

BE FREE Dayton combats sex trafficking in the Miami Valley

Adrienne Lohr, Contributing Writer

December 10, 2014

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Across the world today, an estimated 20.9 million men, women and children are being manipulated or forced to sell themselves for sex. In 2013, 3,609 sex trafficking cases were reported in the United States to the Polaris Project,... Read more »

Putting a bookend on stress with Dunbar’s Fall Finals ’14 Stress Reliever

Dylan Dohner, News Editor

December 3, 2014

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Dunbar Library and the University Activities Board will host a week-long series of stress-relieving events for students starting this finals week, Dec. 8 to 12. Events will include massages, with masseuses in both the library... Read more »

Federal Express donates Boeing 727 to Beavercreek City Schools

Hannah Hendrix, Features Editor

November 10, 2014

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According to Fox 45 News, Wright State is partnering with Beavercreek City Schools, the Dayton International Airport and Clark State Community College to convert a Boeing 727 jet into a classroom. The jet, donated by Federal... Read more »

Raiderthon attempts to raise $3,000 on “Raiderthon Day”

Alan Hieber, News Writer

November 6, 2014

Filed under News, Top Stories, Wright Life

Today is Raiderthon day for Wright State’s second annual Raiderthon dance marathon for Dayton Children’s Hospital. Raiderthon hoped to raise $3,000 today towards the ultimate fundraising goal of $60,000 when the event is... Read more »

Advertisements in braille allow students quicker access to event information

Dylan Dohner, News Editor

November 5, 2014

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Fliers will soon be printed in braille to give disabled students another way to keep up-to-date with campus events and other opportunities. “The idea came about when a friend and I realized we were missing some events that... Read more »

The Ohio General Election: Candidate Rundown

Sarah Olsen, Contributing Writer

November 3, 2014

Filed under News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

The Ohio General Election is coming Nov. 4. There are a lot of candidates covering a lot of issues. This piece will cover the Governor and Lieutenant Governor candidate positions. Which is better: the present situation of college... Read more »