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Breaking: Eligible students to receive CARES Act funds

Wright State will begin issuing mass emergency financial grants totaling approximately $4.8 million to more than 5,700 students.

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Breaking: Wright State to lose over $3 million in state budget cuts

Wright State University (WSU) will lose $3,227,472 in state budget cuts, according to the state Office of Budget and Management (OBM).

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Urbana University | Courtesy of Wikipedia Commons

What it means when a university closes: Urbana University

The closing of Urbana University branch campus will affect staff, students and the surrounding community as the last-ever spring semester comes to a close.

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Laker Life: Essential workers and student life combined

College students sometimes find themselves struggling to balance school and work, but for essential workers during this time, it is even more difficult.

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Local man found in lake | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Laker Life: Local man’s body found in Grand Lake Saint Marys

Tré Billger was reported missing on Feb. 21 and been unaccounted for since Feb. 18. On Tuesday, March 17, Tré’s body was recovered by the Celina Fire Department Dive Team.

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All WSU classes moved online | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Laker Life: How online classes are affecting students, professors

As the first week of remote learning wraps up at the Lake Campus, professors and students have shared their thoughts on the impact of COVID-19 and how to move forward during this time.

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BREAKING: Wright State to move all classes online amid coronavirus fears

Respiratory disease, coronavirus, has caused a worldwide panic as more confirmed cases appear each day. Wright State has begun taking precautions to fight the spread across campus.

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Wright State campus after first snowfall of the season | Photograph by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Snow days: Wright State’s plan for bad weather

Spring comes with the risk of inclement weather conditions. This brings the potential for closings and delays for school, including college campuses.

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Dan Krane gives 200th blood donation

Interim Dean for Lake Campus Dan Krane recently gave his 200th blood donation in January. He donated at the Dayton Community Blood Center by giving platelets.

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Lake Campus hallway | Photo by Shannon McCabe, edited by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Lake Campus mental health services

The Lake Campus has several services from the Wellness Outreach Program each month, counseling and Safe Spaces to offer students.

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