Dr. Cheryl Schrader

Wright State at deaths door due to stupidity

The Wright State strike continues. There is no reason for it to. The Administration and Board insist on lying to the public- the argument isn’t over the union’s separate health care plan, it’s about the ability of the union to negotiate the terms of changes in the health care plan. The union has made concessions. Read More

The Future Joint Statement Of Wright State AAUP and Faculty

We’d like to apologize to the community for the constant stream of negative news about the university over the last 5 years. This university does not belong to us, it belongs to the people of the great State of Ohio, and we have mismanaged it grossly, Starting today, we will try to return your trust Read More

Wright State blinks

Governor DeWine was in town today to speak about the opiate crisis. Maybe he slipped some dope to the Wright State trustees and the President, because they just mellowed out a bit with their bullshit bluster From: Wright State Communications <[email protected]> Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2019 5:29 PM To: [email protected][email protected] Subject: [OFFICIAL-L] Tuition refund period for full-term classes extended Read More

The plan for Wright State after the fall

The secret plan for Wright State after it goes belly up was accidentally leaked today, as our new Ohio Governor accidentally slipped the tea leaves into the Dayton Daily news: DeWine’s administration is already looking at infrastructure readiness in cities surrounding Wright-Patterson. He said he’d like to see available buildings right off base so that Read More

The new wright state logo not done by YorkBranding or Push Inc showing Wright State leadership under Dr. David Hopkins

The fall of Wright State

Warning, this is a TL/DR (Too Long/Didn’t Read) post. It’s not meant as quick hitter, but as a serious starting point for changing the worst school board into the best. I’m personally vested in this as a graduate of Wright State. Even though I know I could have gone to a “better school” and been Read More