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Author: Natalie Cunningham

Mirabella Boutique | Photo by Natalie Cunningham | The Wright State Guardian

Dayton’s Not Dead: Mirabella Boutique

Barbi Dewitt opened Mirabella Boutique in 2013. Her first store was only 400 square feet. Today, her store is 2200 square feet.

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Generation Z goes to the polls and WSU researchers are studying it

It has been a little over a week since residents went to the polls for Ohio’s local elections. This is also the first year many Gen Zers took part in voting. Corey Seemiller and Meghan Grace are co-authors in a nation-wide study on Generation Z’s attitudes on politics and voting.

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‘That is my biggest goal, to change the narrative’: Edwards becomes next WSU president

“Getting the role was a surprise but it was a good surprise,” said Susan Edwards, university provost and future university president. “It’s an honor.”

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Nine Wright State buildings remain under construction

Wright State has been part of an ongoing construction project. The roof of Allyn Hall has been in development since Sept. 25 and will not be finished until Dec. 19.

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Woodland Cemetery | Photo by Natalie Cunningham | The Wright State Guardian

Dayton’s Not Dead: Woodland Cemetery

This week’s ‘Dayton’s Not Dead’ feature might be on the side of a little dead. Woodland Cemetery was founded in 1841 but the first burial wasn’t until two years later in 1843.

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Dayton’s Not Dead: Don Patron

“Good food is my passion. You know you eat good food and you’re happy. Food is happiness,” said Everardo Ascencio, owner of Don Patron Mexican Grill and Bar.

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GrubHub | Photo by Natalie Cunningham | The Wright State Guardian

What happened to Tapingo?

The app used on campus to order food ahead of time, Tapingo, has been replaced by the app GrubHub.

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Photograph: Sarah Cavender / The Guardian

‘What’s going to happen now?’: Campus reacts to the retirement of university president

After the campus-wide announcement that Wright State President Dr. Cheryl Schrader will be stepping down effective Dec. 31, members of Wright State University’s community shared their thoughts on the news.

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Gary Dickstein | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

‘It will be the people I miss the most’: Dr. Gary Dickstein accepts new position

“Wright State is like my second home away from home and I feel like personally and professionally I have grown up here,” said Dr. Gary Dickstein.

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Wright State University Tunnels | Photo by Daniel Delgado | The Wright State Guardian

Wright State IFC reacts to suspension of OU chapters

In light of the suspension of all Ohio University’s 15 fraternities Wright State Greek life leaders react, to the decision and how our own chapters handle conduct of hazing.

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