The Crimean peninsula: Pragmatism vs. Ideological Preference

Garrett Teets, Contributing Writer

June 26, 2014

Filed under News, Opinions

In the midst of the recent turmoil in the Crimean peninsula and the Ukraine proper, it would seem prudent to illuminate the situation to allow our fellow students with an interest in great power politics to more fully appreciate... Read more »

WSU’s police chief discusses changes in campus safety

Taylor McKinley, Contributing Writer

June 11, 2014

Filed under News

David A. Finnie, recently appointed as chief of police for Wright State University, has many plans for the university regarding safety improvements. First serving as an assistant police chief in 2005, then the interim police... Read more »

Wright State announces changes to student employment

Justin Boggs, Sports Writer

April 1, 2014

Filed under News, Uncategorized

Wright State Career Services announced Tuesday changes in the amount of hours students could work on campus that will go into effect May 3. Student employees will be capped at 28 hours a week regardless of the time of year... Read more »

Sherrod Brown stops at Wright State

Justin Boggs, Staff Writer

March 18, 2014

Filed under News

Senator Sherrod Brown, D-OH, and Anne Filipic, President of Enroll America, met outside of the Student Union at Wright State Tuesday with university leaders discussing the upcoming enrollment deadline for government-subsidized... Read more »