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On-Campus Housing: What You Need To Know

On-campus housing will see many changes this fall in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus and to keep residents safe.

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WSU offers free course to incoming freshmen

A new program called Jump-Start is benefiting many, including recent high school graduates who were given the opportunity for one free course.

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What PRIDE means to Rainbow Alliance

Rainbow Alliance is a student organization on campus dedicated to the celebration of LGBTQA+ people and the discussion of queer issues.

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Universities return to campus: How some are making it happen

Many universities in Ohio are planning to return to their campuses this fall by implementing safe practices and modifying their fall semester schedule.

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Students staying connected despite physical distance

Students are still finding ways to stay connected with each other by using social media platforms and participating in virtual events and classes.

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Virtual Tours: What they have to offer

New students can tour campus virtually through an interactive map as well as live tours. This will allow new students to take a tour through campus.

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Virtual Orientation: How is it different?

New students will have a different orientation experience this upcoming semester while they prepare for their first semester as orientation becomes virtual.

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Letter from the editor: A call for justice

The death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and the countless others who have been murdered for simply being black has sparked outrage across America.

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Counseling and Wellness summer policy change

WSU’s Counseling and Wellness has changed their policy to allow students registered for the previous and following academic year to receive services.

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Wright State University graduation ceremony | Photo by Soham Parikh

Seniors take their final finals: What happens now?

When students left campus after the announcement, no one knew that it would be the last time they would be there in their college careers.

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