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Month: September 2020

Guardian Gallery: National Air Force Museum

Take a close look at the oldest and largest military aviation museum in the world, located just down the road from Wright State University.

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JK Rowling’s Controversial Comments Against The Trans Community

JK Rowling is one of the most popular authors in the world, but recent comments about the trans community have stirred up controversy.

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Coronavirus: Vaccines Could Be Ready as Early as November or December

A return to normalcy may be on the horizon, with the CDC hoping to release a Coronavirus vaccine in November or December.

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Students around campus | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

WSU Enrollment Up 12 Percent From Expected

WSU 14-day enrollment for the fall 2020 semester is up 12 percent of what was predicted, but still an 11 percent decrease from last fall.

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Is TikTok Here to Stay?

A deal has been proposed involving Oracle and Walmart, who would both have a hand in the American operations of TikTok.

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Weekly Horoscopes

As the weather grows colder and the leaves start to fall, read on to discover your fall aesthetic based on your zodiac sign.

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Williams-York Win SGA Election

BREAKING: Williams–York win SGA Election

Editor’s Note: This story is developing and we will update as more information is available. The results of the 2020-2021 Student Government Association (SGA) election are in. While some positions are to be announced, the results were sent in a campus-wide communication email Friday afternoon. President: Darnell K. “Adrian” Williams Vice President: Joseph York Residential […]

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Homemade Mask | Photo by Shawn Kimberlin | The Wright State Guardian

Student Opinion: Wearing Masks on Campus

With the coronavirus came a new normal, and WSU students are all doing their part to stop the spread by wearing masks.

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Nutter Center gym | Photo by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Coronavirus Impact on Athletics

WSU had to postpone fall sports, along with every other team in the Horizon League. This did not have a huge financial impact on the program.

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