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Author: Shaddia Qasem

WSU Model UN | Photo provided by Dr. Vaughn Shannon, Faculty Adviser, WSU Model UN

Wright State Model UN wins big at Dayton conference

At the 27th Annual Dayton Model UN Conference (DAYMUNC) eight Wright State students won top honors for Outstanding Delegates.

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Broken bricks in front of the Student Union | Photo by Daniel Delgado | The Wright State Guardian

Funding for pathway repairs could take a year

Concerns about the damage to the number of sidewalks and pathways on Wright State’s campus has increased over the years. The question remains, when will these be fixed.

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Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity welcomes new members

Celebrating its 20th anniversary, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Alpha Beta Mu Chapter held a series of events throughout the week of Feb. 3 and welcomed several new members.

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Campus Crime Notes for week of Jan 31

In the past week, five crimes were reported on Wright State University’s campus.

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AFLV Conference | Provided by Gina Keucher, Program Director of Fraternity and Sorority

WSU Greek life attends AFLV conference

With over 4,000 fraternity and sorority members attending from nearly 300 campuses and 14 representatives from WSU, voiced their enthusiasm toward the prospect of learning new leadership skills.

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WSU Bicycling Class | Photo by Daniel Delgado | Edited by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Mental health benefits of fitness classes

As the third week of the semester sets in, students are starting to get settled in their classes; one of the ways students can de-stress is through exercise. Campus Recreation offers a number of fitness classes, including yoga, cylcing, zumba and circuits, to name a few.

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SGA holds weekly meeting | Photo by Sarah Cavender | The Wright State Guardian

SGA appoints new positions and discusses potential strike

During their meeting on Jan. 28, Student Government Association (SGA) appointed several positions and discussed the potential Teamsters strike.

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Campus crime log

In the past week, two crimes of larceny were reported on Wright State University’s campus.

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How the Middle Eastern conflict affects WSU students

With talks of enacting a military draft, a possible World War, and considering the large amount of military and international students at Wright State, how will students be affected?

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Wright State celebrates Spirit Week

Throughout the week, University Activities Board (UAB) is hosting an event every day with coordinating organizations and departments.

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