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Day: January 30, 2024

Rise in Crime Worries Parents, Police Department Aims to Soothe Fear

Lately, there has been a rise in crime on campus here at Wright State. Students get bulletins via email about crimes such as car break-ins and burglaries. Leaving relatives of Wright State students worried. The Wright State Police Department ensures that there is nothing to worry about.

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A Conversation with the Wright State Chief of Police About Campus Safety

Wright State University recently released its action plan with an executive summary and recommended findings following the critical incident review of the Hangar incident on Sept. 15, 2023. Chief of Police Kurt Holden discussed the Hangar incident, the resulting action plan, the Wright State University Police Department effectiveness and overall campus safety. 

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Love/Move Your Body Week Helps Students Reimagine Body Image, Confidence and More

Thanks to the Wright State University Women’s Center, the week of Jan. 22 featured exercises and events encouraging students to gain a new perspective on their bodies while focusing on love and respect rather than the toxic expectations of drastic change that come with January resolutions.

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