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Coronavirus Updates

WSU Coronavirus Updates

As WSU and Environmental Health and Safety Department continue to keep track of coronavirus cases, we will keep the community updated here.

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Masked Move-In

Over 1100 students now call Wright State University (WSU) home after a successful move-in weekend with masks and touchless operations.

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Coronavirus | Photo by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Coronavirus coverage in Ohio: Daily updates

The State of Ohio continues to release more information in an effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we will provide daily updates at the state and local level here.

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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

Board notes: Approved budget, adjunct cuts, property liquidations

Wright State University’s (WSU) Board of Trustees heard and approved the fiscal year (FY) 2021 budget for the university.

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Photo by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Update: Graduate students now able to choose grade

Wright State University is now offering students the option to receive a pass/unsatisfactory grade for any and all spring semester courses in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

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WSU vs MVS Incident | Photo by Daniel Delgado | The Wright State Guardian

UPDATE: Wright State athletics to review security protocols

The intensity of the game found itself leaving the court and into the stands. During the first half, a heated and ultimately threatening confrontation took place in the student section.

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Photograph by Soham Parikh/The Guardian.

BREAKING: AAUP-WSU and Board of Trustees to meet for second session of negotiations

Wright State University Board of Trustees Chairman Doug Fecher, President Cheryl B. Schrader and representatives from AAUP-WSU met to negotiate yesterday, Jan. 27. According to a press release, the meeting lasted around four hours. Administration and union representatives will meet again this evening, Jan. 28. “I was encouraged by the progress made last night and […]

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Faculty union reject SGA invite to meet with administration

On Wednesday, Jan. 23, Wright State’s Student Government Association sent out an email to both administration and faculty union executive committee to bring them to the table to express concerns. In a letter that was sent to the two parties, SGA President Daniel Palmer asked for leaders to come together Thursday to meet with their […]

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A history of Wright State’s remediation efforts

It’s been almost a year since the first major budget cut from Wright State University; since then the university has made local news for its cuts and eliminations in an effort to recover the reserves and debt of the school. Administrators including Provost Thomas Sudkamp and Chief Business Officer Walt Branson stated that the university’s […]

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