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WSU celebrates 1400 students at commencement

Wright State University students and their families, staff, and professors gathered at the Nutter Center for fall commencement on Saturday, December 15.

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Dean of CoSM announced as Interim Provost

As the semester ends, changes in administration will begin to take place. Current Provost Dr. Susan Edwards will be stepping into the position of Wright State University’s eighth president in January.

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Winter weather to impact Greene County area

The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the majority of Central, South Central, Southwest and West Central Ohio until 7 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 16.

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Faculty Parking | Photo by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Coordinating 9 student executive board members offered employee parking passes

Student Government Association (SGA) recently offered B Permits, employee parking passes, to the executive board members of the Coordinating 9 campus organizations.

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Wright State University Bookstore | Photo by Natalie Cunningham | The Wright State Guardian

Online-only college bookstores: good or bad?

Sinclair Community College recently made the decision to stop selling textbooks in its bookstore. Soon it will sell them in an online-only format.

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New visualization technology to benefit students, but what is it?

Students will soon benefit from a visualization cave that is being built in the Joshi Research Center. But what is it?

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Photograph: Soham Parikh/The Guardian

Wright State Teamsters union vote on fact finders report: What you need to know

Wright State University’s Teamsters 957 is in the process of taking a vote to reject or accept the fact finder’s report. If they vote to reject the report, they will move to a strike vote.

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Wright State Police contribute to food pantry

Wright State University Police Department (WSUPD) came together to contribute to the Raider Food Pantry in November.

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Crosses were set along sidewalk of the Oregon District for those that died. One of the crosses honored Megan Betts, Wright State student / Photo: Sarah Cavender

Megan Betts to be honored with a posthumous degree

During the December 5 Board of Trustees committee meeting, board members voted on a resolution to give Megan Betts family a posthumous degree.

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President Schrader honored, a new constitution and an empty senator seat: 5 takeaways from SGA

Student Government with President Cheryl Schrader | Photograph by Shaddia Qasem | The Wright State Guardian The Student Government Association (SGA) held its weekly meeting on Dec. 3, discussing upcoming events, initiatives, a resolution and more. Here are the top five takeaways from Tuesday night’s meeting: Upon unanimous approval, SGA passed resolution 20-05 honoring President […]

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