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311 and Dirty Heads kick-off national tour in Dayton / Photograph Paige Cobos / WSU Guardian

311 and Dirty Heads kick-off national tour in Dayton

On Tuesday, July 2, rock bands 311 and Dirty Heads made Dayton the launch point of their summer-long tour across the nation. Along for the ride were three other amazing acts that each brought a different flavor of the season to enthrall the crowd. First off was a Bikini Trill, a young but confidently cool […]

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Photograph by Jessica Fugett / The Guardian

Conspiracy theory: The tunnels of Wright State

The tunnels underneath Wright State are quite a blessing for students, faculty and staff. Whether in the dead of winter or the blazing heat of summer, the tunnels serve as a safe way to move around campus.

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Photograph by Soham Parikh/The Guardian.

Study room raffle in Dunbar Library

  This semester, the staff at the Dunbar Library has decided to raffle off one of the brand-new silent study rooms for one lucky student to use the week before finals. The room includes a computer with duel monitors and printer access in an adjacent room.

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WSU dedicates week to Sexual Assault Awareness

WSU dedicates week to Sexual Assault Awareness

The month of April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. To help recognize and celebrate survivors, the Student Advocacy and Wellness Center (SAWC) of Wright State University curated a week long series of special events to raise awareness to this urgent issue.

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Student Spotlight: Maggi Hole / Photo provided by Maggi Hole

Student Spotlight: Maggi Hole

Maggi Hole is a graduating senior this year. At the end of spring term, she will have a degree in Political Science with a duel minor in Deaf Studies and Sexuality Studies.

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Jessica Fugett - The Guardian

Commuter Student Association revived

Commuting to campus is reality for many students at Wright State University. So much so that students who live off campus may not be getting the most of being a member of the Raider community. Many students who do commute may not be aware of the amount of services that are available to them.

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The Waverly Hills Sanitorium. Photograph from Ghostly Activities.

The Waverly Hills Sanatorium ghost tour

Some places almost dare you to see how long you can stand being within their walls. The Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Ky., is one of these places.

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Corrie Pleska. Photograph courtesy of Corrie Pleska.

Spotlight: Corrie Pleska, survivor advocate

For Wright State students in difficult or dangerous situations, there is someone on campus who can help: Corrie Pleska, the new survivor advocate and case manager for Wright State University.

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Book Review: Mindhunter

The true crime genre is all the rage right now, from podcasts to tv. However, most of the attention is trained on the killers that commit the crimes.

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On your feet show photograph by Paige Cobos / The Guardian

“On Your Feet!” The Emilio & Gloria Estefan Broadway musical review

Dayton has an incredibly lively theater scene that hosts some of the biggest acts of the moment. This March at the Schuster Center, the big hit is “On Your Feet!”, courtesy of The Victoria Theatre Association’s Premier Health Broadway series. This energetic show spotlights the incredible lives and careers of music producer Emilio Estefan and […]

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