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UCIE’s Efforts to Enroll and Retain International Students

Wright State’s University Center for International Education (UCIE) is continuing efforts to retain and welcome more international students to campus.

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WSU in search of a new vice provost of faculty affairs

Wright State University is currently looking to hire new vice president for faculty affairs.

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Referendum to be voted on: What you need to know about a possible new facility on campus/ WSU Student Union entrance. Photograph: Michael Krieger/The Guardian

SGA passes referendum to establish recreation facility on campus

Referendum to be voted on/ WSU Student Union entrance. Photograph: Michael Krieger/The Guardian A student referendum to establish an independent recreation facility at Wright State has passed. Starting next academic year, students will pay up to $260 per semester toward the facility.

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WSU Model UN team places for 40th consecutive year

  Wright State’s Model United Nations (UN) team made history this year, receiving ranking and recognition for their participation in the program for the 40th year in a row.

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LANA brings new sororities and fraternities to campus

  The Office of Latinx, Asian and Native American Affairs (LANA) is working to solidify Asian and Hispanic Greek Life organizations on campus. By the end of the year, LANA plans to recognize four Greek organizations. LANA Director Julia Acosta said the goals of these new organizations is to increase diversity on campus. There are […]

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Dayton market to provide accessible food will break ground in June

A full-service grocery store with the mission of making healthy food accessible to everyone will break ground this June.

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Proposed legislation could increase fines for school bus violations. Photography Soham Parikh / The Guardian

Proposed legislation could increase fines for school bus violations

A local representative has introduced legislation that would increase fines for drivers who fail to stop for school buses.

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Dayton’s Not Dead: Hairless Hare

A Vandalia brewery recently announced that it has plans to expand. The Hairless Hare, 738 W National Rd, Vandalia, plans to expand the kitchen, grow the brewery, and add a meatery, according to co-owner Matthew Harris. “We’re going to come close to doubling our seating capacity at the tavern,” Harris said. “Everything has been pretty […]

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New Wright State Foundation initiative to help students thrive

A new Wright State Foundation Board of Trustees initiative will help students apply for funding for programs, organizations and activities on campus.

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Dayton’s Not Dead: The Dakota Center

A local nonprofit helps the Dayton community with various programs for residents of all ages. The Dakota Center, located at 33 Barnett St., Dayton, seeks to address social injustice in Dayton, according to Executive Director Michael Miller. “(We) educate the whole person; that’s mind, body and spirit,” Miller said. One way the center serves its […]

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