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Faculty Senate votes no confidence in Board of Trustees

On Monday March 26 the Faculty Senate of Wright State University released a vote of no confidence against the WSU Board of Trustees.

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This week on the G Spot: The Guardian Office Parody

The Guardian Spot (G Spot) is a satirical show with segments of news and entertainment but mostly humor. The jokes are not opinions or reflect the views of the Guardian Newspaper staff.

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Student Spotlight: Sarah Christy

Sarah Christy is an active student in the Raider community and a senior at Wright State University majoring in communications. “My major has been very inconsistent during my time at Wright State,” said Christy. “I began as a Mass Communication major, switched to English Language Arts Education, then back to Mass Communication and finally to […]

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WSU expected to be $2 million under budget: Student withdrawal cited

A recent financial analysis from Wright State University shows that there is an expected $1 million surplus by the end of this fiscal year, which is roughly $2 million under the university’s former projections. The report cites decline in tuition and student withdrawals as reasons for falling under budget. “Student withdrawals between January 31 and […]

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WSU hosts another successful Raider Roundup

  The ’67 Society hosted the annual Raider Roundup on Friday Feb 15, prior to the basketball game against sports rival Northern Kentucky University. According to Holly Mapel, president of the ’67 Society, over 700 people attended the pep rally. “What a night it was Friday! It was a record year as we saw roughly […]

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WSU gears up for Raider Roundup

  Wright State community members are gearing up for their annual Raider Roundup pep rally as well as the men’s basketball game against rival NKU. RAIDER ROUNDUP The pep rally will take place within the McLin Gym, Nutter Center prior to the basketball game against NKU at 7:30 p.m. Raider Ride will be available from […]

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BREAKING: Ohio’s longest higher education strike ends

After three weeks Wright State University faculty will return to the classrooms this week. In a post by AAUP-WSU on Facebook they announced the tentative end to the strike that has been ongoing since January 22. “Earlier this evening, the AAUP-WSU negotiating team came to a tentative agreement with the administration, and the AAUP-WSU Executive […]

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WSU Board of Trustees ratify most recent contract offer

The Wright State Board of Trustees voted at today’s meeting to ratify the contract recently proposed to the faculty union (AAUP-WSU). Board members say the ratified contract includes concessions on areas the union previously voiced concern over. “The document makes significant concessions to union demands, but also allows the university to continue on a path […]

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Bark Strong hockey game to take place Feb. 2

SPRINGFIELD, OHIO — On Feb. 2, the Wright State Hockey Team will face off against Butler University in their 3rd Annual Bark Strong Game. The game is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. at the NTPRD Chiller. The Bark Strong Game is played annually to honor a family which has strong ties to the program. The […]

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BREAKING: WSU asks SERB to determine if AAUP-WSU strike unauthorized

In a press release the university explained the faculty union is striking for a reason that is prohibited by law. “The university did so because faculty workload is a prohibited subject of bargaining. The General Assembly disallows even the act of collective bargaining over faculty workload – much less the act of a public-sector strike over […]

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