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419 Alive: C-Town Wings

The restaurant has gone through several challenges since opening its doors in July 2011, including damages from a small fire and tornado.

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419 Alive: Brew Nation

Brew Nation is located in the heart of Celina and offers a range of services from pottery, coffee, craft beer, live entertainment and food.

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Trump Tower in Coldwater Stirs Controversy

Near the end of August, Coldwater, Ohio watched a Trump 2020 banner be hung on the Sycamore Group water tower. There were mixed reactions.

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Returning to Campus: What to Expect

WSU began hosting Family Chats before the Fall Semester as a way for students and their families to ask questions and receive direct answers.

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How to prepare for next semester | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

How To Prepare For The Upcoming Semester

This upcoming Fall 2020 semester may seem daunting to most students, but there are ways to prepare to make it the best semester yet at WSU.

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Students around campus | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Opinion: Even at a Distance We Are Still Face to Face

University may be more virtual, but it can still be face to face through WebEx, Zoom, Skype and Facetime. These changes will shape the fall 2020 semester.

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Christine Moser making over 500 cloth face masks | Photo submitted by Christine Moser

How to: Personalizing face masks

Here are six ways to customize your cloth face mask to keep yourself safe and stylish. Wearing a face mask can show personality.

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Book Review: The City of Brass

For Nahri, a con woman who lives in Cario in the 18th century, the fairytale stories you hear as a child have become frighteningly true.

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Lake Campus Profs: Talks About Summer and Fall

This upcoming fall semester will be one that will present changes for both students and professors, somthing that professors are taking time to plan for.

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4th of July Celebration Ideas

Happy 4th of July! Here are a few ideas for you to celebrate our independence from the British in 1776, with a few changes this year.

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