Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor

What a strange feeling it is to walk through the halls and sit in classes this week, fellow Raiders. For weeks there has been this tension and uncertainty around us that follows us outside the classrooms and into our personal lives. Here at the newspaper we have spent weeks and months covering the back and...

Your five day weather forecast

Your five day weather forecast

Below is the upcoming weather forecast for Fairborn, Ohio, according to weather.com. [ All temperatures are Fahrenheit ] Monday, Jan. 21 Sunny with a 10 percent chance of precipitation. High: 9 degrees Low: 0 degrees Tuesday, Jan. 22 Cloudy and breezy with a 20 percent chance of precipitation. High: 38 degrees Low: 36 degrees Wednesday,...

Weekly Horoscopes

Weekly Horoscopes

Week of 14-18 ARIES – Shake-ups arrive this week Aries, and you’re eager to break free from your boring responsibilities and have some fun! However, the Moon’s dark side reminds you to focus on your career too. Mercury retrograde is almost here, finding you running into exes. Just smile and wave. TAURUS – Are you...

Breaking: WSU Administration files ULP Against AAUP-WSU

Breaking: WSU Administration files ULP Against AAUP-WSU

On Friday Jan 18, Wright State University administration filed an unfair labor practice charge against the faculty union, Wright State’s chapter of American Association of University Professors. In a press release from the university, the charges include: misleading members about intent to strike, threatening deans and departments chairs, asking the resignation of those in the...

Netflix Review: Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

Netflix Review: Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

“Bandersnatch” is the first ever, that I know of, interactive film. There have been choose-your-own-adventure books and video games for years. In these books and video games you are given choices, allowing each person’s reading or game-playing experience to be different in plot, characters, ending, etc. This is how “Bandersnatch” works. Keeping your remote in...

Dayton’s Not Dead: Funk Music Hall of Fame

Dayton’s Not Dead: Funk Music Hall of Fame

A funk museum in downtown Dayton holds memorabilia and artifacts from musicians that pioneered the way for funk music all over the nation. The mission of the Funk Music Hall of Fame and Exhibition Center, located at 113 E. 3rd St., is to educate, honor and preserve the history of funk music, according to its...

BREAKING: Administration expresses intent to negotiate next faculty contract

BREAKING: Administration expresses intent to negotiate next faculty contract

Wright State administration has expressed its intent to begin negotiations over the next faculty contract, effective in 2020, if the faculty union withdraws its Unfair Labor Practices (ULP) charge against the university. Wright State General Counsel and Board of Trustees member Larry Chan informed the faculty union that administration is willing to begin negotiations for...

Strike update: How financial aid will be affected

Strike update: How financial aid will be affected

Many students attend Wright State on a grant, scholarship, loan or work study. Following the government shutdown and news of a possible faculty strike on campus, students have voiced their concerns to the university. On Wednesday, Jan. 16, the university sent a communication email to students stating their financial aid would not be affected by...