Weight-loss and Toning Tips

Spring cleaning your health Whether you’re planning an upcoming trip or are just excited for bikini season, it can sometimes seem daunting to shed that holiday weight. It would seem that just living in a climate with cold winters could contribute to weight gain as we search for energy to keep us warm. Below are … Read more

Raiders Women Win Back To Back

2-0 in the Horizon League this season. Wright State women’s basketball kicked off 2016 right where they left off at the end of 2015, with a win in conference play. The Raiders defeated the Valparaiso Crusaders 80-63 extending their winning streak to two and improving their Horizon League Conference record to 2-0. Senior guard Kim … Read more

OPINION: Is “The Babadook” the scariest movie on Netflix? (SPOILERS!)

The troubled widow Amelia (Essie Davis) cannot control her six-year-old son Samuel who displays erratic, violent behavior at school. With stress mounting for the single mother who has still not gotten over the death of her husband six years previous, neither mother nor son can sleep at night. The story really picks up when Samuel … Read more

New Greek org to focus on helping veterans, wounded soldiers

The newest sorority to join Wright State’s Greek life is Alpha Omicron Pi (AOII). The organization’s national philanthropy is arthritis research, but WSU’s chapter of AOII will especially focus on helping veterans and wounded soldiers. Current president of AOII Haley Mruz explained why it is important for the chapter to support military individuals. “We are … Read more

WSU students walk in “March of Solidarity”

On Thursday, Sept. 4, over 200 WSU students walked a “March of Solidarity” for John Crawford, a 22-year old man who was shot last month in a Wal-Mart in Beavercreek, Ohio, while holding a toy gun. WSU’s Ethnic Theatre, the Black Student Union (BSU), NAACP and the Ohio Student Association collaborated to organize the march. … Read more

Students advocate for fair trade at Wright State

The Fair Trade Student Association (FTSA) has started an initiative requesting that WSU sell more fair trade products. According to the FTSA and several national fair trade websites, products marked “fair trade” are certified as being grown, created and traded in humane ways by producers in developing countries. Many of these products are also eco-friendly. … Read more

Guardian Advertisement Raises Controversy

Wright State University’s campus newspaper The Guardian placed an advertisement in multiple issues that has raised controversy on campus. The ad was offering readers a way to earn money by distributing a “rebel tabloid” called The First Freedom. The tabloid is meant to represent “straight whites.” The Guardian first placed the ad over two weeks … Read more