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Author: Jamie Naylor

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Politics and Social Media

How Does Social Media Impact Politics?

WSU professors and students explain how social media is much more complex with ramifications and benefits far-reaching.

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Writing Prompts For Your Self Care Journal

A new year brings new stress and a new semester brings new tasks. Here are just a few prompt ideas for your self-care journal.

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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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Top Historical Fiction Movies to Watch

Here are just a few great historical fiction movies hosted on Wright State University’s free streaming service.

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Small Ways To Be Kind Heading Into The New Year

As 2020 comes to a close, many can agree that this year has been rough, between a global pandemic, political unrest, and financial strain.

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Unique Holiday Traditions Around The World

This time of year, different holidays are celebrated around the world in their own unique ways, some of which include Hanukkah and Kwanzaa.

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COVID Vaccine: Questions and Concerns

The US FDA issued the emergency use authorization of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine, raising questions and concerns for the public.

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Student Opinions: Is Gov. Dewine Doing Enough?

Some Wright State University (WSU) students are still conflicted on whether Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s efforts are enough.

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Biden’s Education Plans and The WSU Impact

As WSU faces budget cuts and workforce reductions, President-Elect Biden poses new education plans that would help fund universities.

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Student Politics | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Tips to Navigating Political Discussions With Family

Between a global pandemic, a critical election year and human rights issues at an all-time high, 2020 has been a year of divided politics.

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