The State of Ohio continues to release more information in an effort to combat the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we will provide daily updates at the state and local level here.
Because of this, The University Libraries Special Collections and Archives has created the Document Your Story project for the Wright State community.
The local Bridge Café that has been serving Wright State students for 15 years has recently decided to close its doors due to circumstances related to the coronavirus.
It may be hard to stay motivated for all of the online classes students are having to take, so here are five tips to improve the rest of the semester working from home.
Coronavirus has forced everyone into their homes during the transition away from winter, in which most people have already been suffering through cabin fever.
With the broad diversity of students, faculty and staff on the Wright State University campus, the current global situation is one that hits home for members of the WSU community.
A brief Board of Trustees meeting was held and streamed on Saturday, March 28. The stream was available to the public, as the board planned to address the most recent coronavirus updates.