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Author: Natalie Cunningham

College campuses planning to reopen

As the state begins to slowly reopen businesses, universities around Dayton are preparing plans to reopen campuses for fall semester.

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Counseling and Wellness Services | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Counseling and Wellness summer policy change

WSU’s Counseling and Wellness has changed their policy to allow students registered for the previous and following academic year to receive services.

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Wright State University Bookstore | Photo by Natalie Cunningham | The Wright State Guardian

Buying and renting from the bookstore during summer semester

Students can order books for the summer semester from the Wright State University bookstore website. Summer classes are online due to coronavirus.

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From the Frontlines: The National Guard

Some Wright State University students who also serve in the National Guard have been activated to help their communities during this trying time.

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DIY ideas for college students

How to apply for unemployment in Ohio

The coronavirus outbreak has caused a mass number of people to become unable to work and resulted in a huge spike in unemployment rates.

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From the frontlines: Physicians, medical workers adapting to changes

Healthcare workers are vital to treating those inflicted with the coronavirus. They are fighting on the frontlines to flatten the curve and are risking their health and their family’s health every day to help those in need.

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WSU names chief recruitment and admissions officer

Effective June 1, 2020, Robert Durkle will be the new chief recruitment and admissions officer for Wright State University, according to a university release.

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Wright State VMC located in Allyn Hall | Photograph Marissa Couch | The Wright State Guardian

National Guardsmen activated, including Wright State students

Wright State has around 110 students who are in the National Guard or Reserve and about 40 who serve on active duty, according to Seth Gordon, director of the Veteran and Military Center (VMC).

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Montgomery County Donut Trail | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Dayton’s Not Dead: Two area donut shops reopen

The two shops, The Donut Haus and Bear Creek Donuts, will offer no-contact curbside pickup of pre-ordered donuts.

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Bellbrook flooding causes damage

A bridge on North Bellbrook Drive was washed completely away by the flooding. Several other areas of Greene County experienced flooding as well, according to a news story from WHIO.

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