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Author: Makenzie Hoeferlin

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What PRIDE means to Rainbow Alliance

Rainbow Alliance is a student organization on campus dedicated to the celebration of LGBTQA+ people and the discussion of queer issues.

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Students around campus | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Breaking: WSU announces plans for fall semester

WSU will return to teaching for the fall semester with a mixture of in-person and online classes, according to a communication email.

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Back to campus survey results

Results from the campus-wide surveys about returning to campus reveal most students and faculty are comfortable returning to campus.

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Festival of Flight | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Festival of Flight 2020 cancelled

Festival of Flight, scheduled for its second appearance in 2020, is now canceled, due to health concerns surrounding the event.

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Acknowledge, Engage, Educate: WSU’s response to Juneteenth

WSU used Juneteenth to acknowledge the actions that still need to be taken and to share the dedication of staff, faculty and students to fight injustice.

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Wright State to layoff employees, 50 impacted

Wright state University announced they would be moving forward with “involuntary position eliminations” in an email to all employees Monday morning.

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Wright State University | Photo by Cheyenne Waddell | Edited by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

WSU’s restructure: What you need to know

WSU plans to take the current six academic colleges and reduce them to four, according to a communication email from Interim Provost Douglas Leaman.

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SGA holds weekly meeting | Photo by Sarah Cavender | The Wright State Guardian

SGA: A call for unity and a passed resolution

The Student Government Association (SGA) held a public meeting on Sunday night to address recent events and call for unity.

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Letter from the editor: A call for justice

The death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and the countless others who have been murdered for simply being black has sparked outrage across America.

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Dawne Dewey retires after 31 years at WSU

Dawne Dewey, head of the Special Collections and Archives at Wright State University (WSU) is retiring after 31 years of service for WSU.

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