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Month: October 2020

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Tanner Holden

Tanner Holden is going into his sophomore season on the WSU basketball team after being named to the Horizon League All-Freshman Team.

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Coronavirus | Photo by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Resurgence of COVID Cases in Ohio, Following Guidelines

With a resurgence of cases in Ohio and across the country, there may be a second wave of restrictions coming for Dayton residents.

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Virtual Study Abroad: Is it Worth It?

After the restriction of travel, The University Center for International Education (UCIE) has begun virtual study abroad programs at WSU.

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From President to Researcher, Where Schrader is Today

Nearly a year has passed since Schrader stepped down, and many are wondering how post-presidency life is suiting her.

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Coronavirus Updates

WSU Coronavirus Updates

As WSU and Environmental Health and Safety Department continue to keep track of coronavirus cases, we will keep the community updated here.

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Coronavirus | Photo by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Breaking: WSU Announces COVID Screening For Asymptomatic Individuals

WSU released a statement on Oct. 29 announcing that testing will be expanded to asymptomatic students and employees.

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Will WSU Mandate Flu Shots?

As colleges announce that flu shots will be required for students to live on campus, WSU students wait to hear WSU’s plans.

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Laker Life: The Hoedag’s legacy

For over 100 years, Auglaize and Mercer County residents have reported seeing a beast within the waters of Grand Lake St. Marys.

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Dayton’s Not Dead: Warehouse 4

Vandalia’s Warehouse 4 has been giving guests a relaxing space to drink coffee and chat with friends since it opened in 2013.

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Photograph: Soham Parikh/The Guardian

Breaking: Rob Durkle Retires, McCamis To Take His Place

Director of Admissions Jen McCamis has been named the interim chief recruitment and admissions officer at WSU.

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