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Day: January 7, 2021

Wright State campus after first snowfall of the season | Photograph by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Hybrid Classes to Move Online for Two Weeks; At-Home Testing Advised

On Wednesday, Jan. 6, Interim Provost Douglas Leaman released a statement via email stating the coronavirus protocol that Wright State University will continue during the upcoming spring semester.

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International Corner: Winter Celebrations in Ukraine vs. America

While Christmas remains one of the most celebrated holidays across the US, Ukraine celebrates New Year’s as their main winter holiday.

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Police Munition at the Capitol Building on Jan. 6.

WSU Students and Admin Respond to U.S. Capitol Riot

As designated by the United States Constitution, the House and Senate held a joint session to certify the Electoral College results of the 2020 election, when an angry pro-Trump riot broke into the U.S. Capitol building and the House and Senate chambers to disrupt the proceedings.

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DIY ideas for college students

Classic Board Games that Have Moved Virtual

Many classic board games that enthusiasts have been playing for generations have been recreated in a virtual format for anyone to play.

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Library Classics That You Should Check Out in 2021

Most people only look at the new section and miss out on the classics that have earned their keep within the stacks.

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