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Author: Alexis Wisler

WSU Campus Police | Photo by Jamie Penwell | The Wright State Guardian

Update: Two Sexual Assaults Reported On Campus Within Last 48 Hours

On Tuesday, Oct. 20, WSU released information stating that two reports of sexual assault have occurred on campus in the last 48 hours.

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Ohio As A Swing State In The 2020 Election

Recently, however, Ohio has been leaning towards the republican party when looking at national, state-wide and local elections.

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WSU Donates Land For Construction Project on Colonel Glenn

Construction on Colonel Glenn Highway, on both the Beavercreek and Fairborn sides, is set to take place from now until the summer of 2022.

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SGA: Available Positions and New Projects

During the meeting President Adrian Williams gave an update on his health, addressed available positions and talked about new SGA projects.

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Fairborn Rocks: City-Wide Scavenger Hunt

To celebrate Fairborn’s 70th year anniversary, the Fairborn Parks and Recreation department is hosting a city-wide scavenger hunt.

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SGA: Meeting canceled, Williams Still in Hospital

SGA President Adrian Williams remains in the hospital with acute renal failure. The SGA meeting set for Tuesday was canceled.

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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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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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SGA Meetings Canceled Until Further Notice

SGA was set to hold their weekly meeting this Tuesday, Sept. 22 and the new positions would have began their transition into power.

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The Importance of The Gen Z Vote

One in ten eligible voters for the 2020 election will be from Gen Z, the most racially and ethnically diverse generation.

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