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WSU multicultural leader resigns after more than a decade with the university

After 12 years at Wright State, Julia Acosta, director of the Office of Latinx, Asian, and Native American Affairs (LANA), resigned from the university Friday.

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Future Student Body President Ivan Mallett. Photograph provided by Ivan Mallett.

What to expect from Ivan Mallett, your future student body president

Wright State University Student Government elections came to a close on March 21 with the announcement of Ivan Mallett as student body president for the 2019-2020 academic year.

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WSU Asian Heritage Month 2019 significantly different from past years

Every year in observance of Asian Heritage Month, LANA organizes events on campus to celebrate Asian heritage, culture, and history.

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Students finding their matches on Match Day. Photograph provided by Daniel Kelly.

Wright State medical students learned what their futures have in store on Match Day

Students of the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine learned on Friday where they will complete their residency training after completing their degrees.

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Group photo is courtesy of Sarah Marsh. Taken by Entrepreneurship Club.

SGA elections: get to know the presidential candidates

Student government elections are wrapping up this Thursday March 21. Students are able to vote on through their Wright State Wings accounts. After logging into the student portal it will be available at the top of the news and announcements area. 

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Wright State Faculty Senate opens vote of no confidence in Board of Trustees

Wright State’s Faculty Senate is conducting a vote of no confidence in the University Board of Trustees. Voting opened Monday and will last through March 22 at 5 p.m., according to the Faculty Senate’s webpage. After voting, the Faculty Senate Office will provide the results to the Board of Trustees, Faculty Senate, and the Chancellor […]

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Student Government to hold public sessions on proposed campus recreation project/ Photograph Jessica Fugett/The Guardian

Student Government to hold public sessions on proposed campus recreation project

Wright State Student Government Association, or SGA, will hold public informational sessions regarding a proposed campus recreation project.

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Photograph by Soham Parikh/The Guardian.

Wright State faculty union fundraiser aims to recover wages lost during strike

  Wright State University’s faculty union, AAUP-WSU, is asking the public to contribute to a fundraising campaign to recover some wages lost during a 20-day faculty strike.

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Dayton’s Not Dead: Dayton area high schoolers’ passions for cinema continues to grow

When they met, Dayton area filmmakers Christian Gentry and Max Kaplan were competitors. Nearly five years later, they have become the closest of collaborators. The 18-year-olds have worked on numerous films together, many of which have screened at a Dayton movie theater. Gentry and Kaplan, both high schoolers, met at a film contest in 2014. […]

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Wright State administrator recognized for accomplishments in student conduct

A Wright State administrator was recognized for his service to the field of student conduct by the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA). Gary Dickstein, vice president of student affairs at Wright State, received ASCA’s Donald D. Gehring Award, the most prestigious honor presented by the association. He accepted the award at ASCA’s annual national […]

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