Because of this, The University Libraries Special Collections and Archives has created the Document Your Story project for the Wright State community.
Going into the third week of quarantine, it’s understandable to go be going a little stir crazy not being able to interact with people and missing friends. Luckily, we have the technology to help us get through a time that might be difficult dealing with alone.
Wright State President Sue Edwards announced on Tuesday she will hosting an online Q&A with the campus community. With the developments of the coronavirus impacting campus, the goal is to answer any questions that students may have.
Whether you’re cooped up with the same people and need new interactions or haven’t physically talked to someone in weeks, there is no better time than now to make new friends and acquaintances.
With the broad diversity of students, faculty and staff on the Wright State University campus, the current global situation is one that hits home for members of the WSU community.
Amidst the global decision to close public spaces and postpone major events to promote social distancing, Student Government Association (SGA) President Ivan Mallett announced Executive Order 20-01, postponing the SGA Elections until fall of this year.