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The Wright State Guardian Editors

Valentine's Day | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Three romantic reads for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and there’s no better time to pick up a romance book than now! Cozy up with a box of chocolates, tissues and a glass of wine (if you’re old enough), and read some of these heart-warming romances!

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YouTube recommend: “Hot Ones”

Are you looking for a show that’ll make you hungry, make you laugh and give you insight into some interesting people? No? Well, I’ll just pretend you are, in which case I have a great recommendation.

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From the Editor: Student Press Freedom Day and a press pass

Student journalists are a voice. They are the watchdog for a university campus. They bring to light the best and brightest parts of a campus community but highlight the darkest as well in order to demand change from those in positions of power.

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Photo by Shaddia Qasem | The Wright State Guardian

The Continuum Disaster (creative story)

“I just don’t understand how you all can be celebrating right now,” Axel said to his long-time friends. “You drag me to this party to celebrate the end of an awful year when the next one won’t be any better!”

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Movie Review: “Friday” (1995)

“Friday” is the movie you watch and re-watch when you just want to laugh and start quoting iconic lines.

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Photo by: Emily Linker

Letter from the editor: Welcome back Raiders!

Welcome class of 2023 and all that are returning this week!  It’s so great to see the campus come alive for the fall semester. We have so much to look forward to not just this week but also this semester. A reminder that Fall Fest is going to be this weekend as well as many, […]

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Letter to the Editor: Ivan Mallett / Photograph WSU Database

LETTER TO THE EDITOR : The Case for an Independent Rec Facility

Ivan Mallett Junior It is no question that Wright State University has been experiencing some dark times in the past half decade. If you don’t believe me, google “Wright State Financial Crisis” and count the number of uninterrupted pages filled with news stories about the struggles of Wright State.

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Letter to the Editor: The Truth of Wright State University

  [ Disclaimer: The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the works submitted to this website do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of the WSU Guardian Newspaper. ] My name is Brooke Solomito and I am almost a Junior at Wright State University. I have been at Wright State since 2016. I have […]

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Photograph: Soham Parikh/The Guardian

Letter to the Editor: I am not anti-faculty, I am not anti-administration, I am anti-strike

[ Disclaimer: The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the works submitted to this website do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of the WSU Guardian Newspaper. ] Wright State University, at the beginning of its fifty second year, is in a crisis that will inevitably shape its next fifty two years in Dayton, […]

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