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Author: Makenzie Hoeferlin

Men’s Basketball wins two in a row without injured starter

The Raiders defeated Western Kentucky University (WKU) in a close match on Tuesday night 76-74.

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Still looking for courses to take next semester? Check out these fun electives:

With the spring semester approaching, students are beginning to schedule new classes. Often times, students have heavy workloads and intense lectures. Here is a list of some fun and interesting classes that could be a much-needed break for students:

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WSU vs. Kent State | Photo by Daniel Delgado | The Wright State Guardian

Organization Spotlight: Wright State Pep Band

“We, as a pep band, thrive on seeing the crowd show their raider pride. If I were to tell the student body one thing, we want to see you all at the games.”

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WSU vs. Marshall Mens Soccer | Photo by Daniel Delgado | The Wright State Guardian

Men’s soccer play in NCAA championship for first time in WSU history

For the first time in Wright State history, the Men’s Soccer team played in the NCAA championship tournament.

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Nutter Center Athletic Mural | Photo by Daniel Delgado | The Wright State Guardian

NCAA votes to allow athlete compensation, what does that mean for WSU athletics?

In late October, the NCAA Board of Governors voted unanimously to allow athletes to receive pay for their name, likeness and image.

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Wright State UCIE office / Photograph: Emily Linker / WSU Guardian

Wright State works to boost international recruitment after years of decline

After nearly five years of decline in international enrollment, Wright State is working on new ways of recruiting students to bring diversity from all over the world.

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Wright State University Women's Volleyball | Photo by Joe Craven

Women’s Volleyball to host Horizon League tournament after big win

After a weekend of intense matches, the Wright State volleyball team claims the title of regular season Horizon League champions.

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WSU athletes get real about mental health

“I don’t want to disappoint my teammates or my coaches and I think that’s a lot of pressure I feel daily,” said Bill Wampler, senior on Wright State’s Men’s Basketball team. “I feel like it’s hard as an athlete to not be hard on yourself because we’re trying to be the best we possibly can be.”

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

Wright State roommate horror stories

We’ve all heard stories about our friends, significant others and even had our own stories to tell about bad roommates. I asked Wright State students about their bad roommates:

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Photo by Bob Mihalek

Wright State theatre hosts Addams Family shows

The department of theatre, dance and motion pictures started the creative process in early March, and the show is finally ready for an audience.

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