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Author: Marissa Couch

DND: The Donut Trail

A sweet thing about Dayton is the number of donut shops the area has to choose from. One doesn’t have to travel far to catch a sugar rush.

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Wright State University graduation ceremony | Photo by Soham Parikh

Seniors take their final finals: What happens now?

When students left campus after the announcement, no one knew that it would be the last time they would be there in their college careers.

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Athletics to cut $1 million in budget

On Thursday, April 30, the Board of Trustees met for the first virtual committee day to discuss implemented changes as well as plans for the near future.

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Hair salons closed due to Coronavirus | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Shut down: what are cosmetologists doing now?

While customers are known for relying on their stylists, now the tables have turned as the workers deal with their income being compromised due to coronavirus.

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Book rentals: How to return your books to the campus bookstore

Wright State University’s switch to remote learning in March is having lasting effects on students. Due to campus being closed, the WSU Bookstore is accepting returns through mail only.

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Nutter Center foodbank drive-thru exceeds expectations

The Dayton Foodbank successfully set up at Wright State University’s Nutter Center on Tuesday morning. According to a WSU news release, traffic in the surrounding area came to a slow during the event.

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From the frontlines: Pandemic childcare employees

Many area centers chose to apply to be pandemic centers, while others made the choice to close their doors for the month. Precious Ones Learning Center has been granted the temporary license, in which ratios were cut to a fraction of what they were previously.

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Dayton Foodbank to set up at Wright State Nutter Center

Mass amounts of food will be available at Wright State University’s Nutter Center from The Dayton Foodbank on April 21. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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How Greek life is staying involved remotely

Wright State University’s campus has been closed to the public indefinitely, raising questions of what on-campus organizations are to do now.

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Science Lab | Photo by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

120 nursing students to be granted temporary licensure to help fight coronavirus

According to College of Nursing and Health Interim Dean Deborah Ulrich, there are 120 graduating nursing students who get to jump right into the field at this time.

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