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Letter from the Editor: Student Press Freedom Day 2024

This Student Press Freedom Day, we celebrate the tenacity and persistence of student journalists. The theme of “Powerfully Persistent” is a guiding tenet for journalists across the country and at all levels, particularly in local media sectors and at college universities. Here at the Wright State Guardian, we pride ourselves on telling important stories from unique perspectives. This academic year in particular has provided many challenges and important stories for us to cover: the Jacob Hall fire, the Hangar incident, the Walmart shooting, the Cedar Hall shooting incident and much more. 

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Letter to the Editor: AAUP and SGA Co-Sign Letter of Demands to University President

The leadership of the American Association of University Professors, Wright State University
chapter (AAUP-WSU) and the Student Government Association (SGA) are writing to express a
number of concerns—and to request full transparency—regarding the University’s handling of an incident that occurred on Friday, September 15, 2023.

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Opinion: Voting as a Twenty-Something—Why it is Important for College Students to Vote

As “twenty-somethings,” we have power in our voices, and we protest and fight for many things. If we truly want to be heard, voting is the ultimate way to do so.

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Letter From the Editors: Student Journalists Are Real Journalists Too

Student Press Freedom Day: A student journalist’s work is not easy, but it is some of the most rewarding work that we will do.

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Final Letter From the Editor 2023

“Teach me how to say goodbye.” – Lin-Manuel Miranda – Hamilton (Can you guess my favorite musical yet?)

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