With the beautiful spring weather there is nothing better than to be outside cheering on your Wright State Raiders! College sports seem to be so important to people. With OSU dominating in college football and now Duke winning the NCAA Championship, it’s time to support your local Raiders and come out to one of the many spring sporting events! Currently, the Wright State baseball team is 11-10 with home games April 16, 17 and 21 at Nischwitz Stadium, while the woman’s softball team, currently 13-17, travels to Cleveland, Canfield, Huntington, WV and Indianapolis in these next few weeks. Wright State junior, Corie Marko, says that she loves attending sporting events at Wright State every once in a while because they “make her feel more a part of the school community”.
Also, there was a showing of the award-winning movie “Precious” this week in preparation for Sapphire’s visit Monday, April 12. Sapphire, the author of the book “Push” will be speaking at the Nutter Center Monday night from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The event is open to the public, so come out to this event sponsored by Wright State’s Organization of Black Faculty and Staff and the Multicultural Center.