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Author: Maxwell Patton

Dayton’s Not Dead: By-Jo Theatre

Located in the small town of Germantown, Ohio, the By-Jo Theatre offers family films to a mostly local audience every weekend.

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Rowdy Acres: WSU Disc Golf Course Gains Support for Permanent Installment

In the area around Lot 1 and the soccer fields at WSU, a temporary course has been built that allows the community to play disc golf.

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LANA Bouncing Back From COVID Nosedive

The Office of Latinx, Asian, and Native American Affairs (LANA) has gone virtual this semester due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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SGA Elections: Candidate Profiles

Before casting your ballot, check out who is running in the election, why they are running and what their platform is.

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Contact Tracers Overwhelmed; Calling On Students for Help

The Department of Population and Public Health Sciences (DPPHS) at WSU is hiring student employees for a Supplemental Contact Tracing Team.

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Tipps

Dr. James Tipps has been teaching choir at WSU for over 20 years, where he has learned a great deal about himself and others.

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Dayton’s Not Dead: Omega Music

Located within the Oregon District the music store Omega Music has become an oasis for music lovers from across the region.

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SGA:Vandalism, National Election and Resignation

SGA meeting for the semester took place virtually on Sep. 1. During the meeting, one resolution was passed and a by-law amendment was tabled.

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Classroom, Wright State University | Photograph by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Foreign Language Classes Revamp Online Experience

WSU Modern Language Department is moving their language classes online for the Fall semester and trying to improve the online experience.

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Creative Arts Center | Photo by Kayli Thompson | The Wright State Guardian

School of Music Faces Difficulties Adjusting to Online Format

This fall semester, courses at Wright State University’s (WSU) School of Music will operate differently than normal.

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