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No Police Funding Cuts For Fairborn, OH

Many cities throughout the US have begun to announce funding cuts for their local police departments. This is not the case for Fairborn, OH.

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Coronavirus Updates

WSU Coronavirus Updates

As WSU and Environmental Health and Safety Department continue to keep track of coronavirus cases, we will keep the community updated here.

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Coronavirus: Events Put On Hold and Gone Virtual

The coronavirus has caused events and projects across the WSU Dayton and Lake Campuses to be altered or put on hold all together.

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Wright State Board of Trustees committee day on Thursday Feb 20 | Photo by Sarah Cavender | The Wright State Guardian

6 Positive Athlete Cases Reported at Board of Trustees Meeting

The WSU Board of Trustees gathered virtually on Thursday, Sep. 17 during their Academic and Student Affairs Committee meeting.

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The Importance of The Gen Z Vote

One in ten eligible voters for the 2020 election will be from Gen Z, the most racially and ethnically diverse generation.

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Dayton’s Not Dead: Raiders Join Red Alert Restart

WSU’s Creative Arts Center was lit red on Sep.1 to raise awareness for the financial devastation taking place in the live events industry

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Raising Awareness For Suicide Prevention

In times of political warfare, a global pandemic, and the beginning of a new semester, check on the mental health of those around you.

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Breaking: ReyRey Cafe set to close Sept. 17

ReyRey Cafe has announced that Sept. 17 will be the final day of operations for the Fall 2020 semester.

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Outdoor Recreation Keeping Students Engaged and Safe

The Outdoor Recreation staff has unveiled a wide variety of activities available throughout the week for students to keep themselves moving.

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Wright State University graduation ceremony | Photo by Soham Parikh

Breaking: WSU Announces Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation Plans

US) spring Class of 2020 will celebrate with a virtual commencement ceremony on Oct. 24 as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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