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Author: Kaitlyn Chrosniak

No Police Funding Cuts For Fairborn, OH

Many cities throughout the US have begun to announce funding cuts for their local police departments. This is not the case for Fairborn, OH.

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Coronavirus: Events Put On Hold and Gone Virtual

The coronavirus has caused events and projects across the WSU Dayton and Lake Campuses to be altered or put on hold all together.

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Revamping Online Lectures: Dr. Wilson’s Way

Dr. Sean Wilson is breaking barriers between live and studio recording for online lectures to enhance the overall learning experience.

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Breaking: ReyRey Cafe set to close Sept. 17

ReyRey Cafe has announced that Sept. 17 will be the final day of operations for the Fall 2020 semester.

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Outdoor Recreation Keeping Students Engaged and Safe

The Outdoor Recreation staff has unveiled a wide variety of activities available throughout the week for students to keep themselves moving.

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Campus Ministries: In Person Worship, Virtual to Come

The Catholic Campus Ministry has begun to provide opportunities for students to worship on WSU’s Campus after adjusting to new policies.

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WSU Cultural Centers Adapt to Pandemic

On Tuesday, Sep. 1, the WSU Cultural and Identity Center held a virtual open house for students to learn about what they have to offer.

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Cimarron Woods Apartments | Photo by Jamie Penwell | The Wright State Guardian

The Wright Way to Gather

WSU has put in place several rules to limit the spread of COVID including no gatherings on campus of more than four people and no visitors.

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Referendum to be voted on: What you need to know about a possible new facility on campus/ WSU Student Union entrance. Photograph: Michael Krieger/The Guardian

Student Accommodations During a Pandemic

According to College Magazine, WSU is ranked one of the top three schools in the nation for accommodating students with disabilities.

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