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Dayton Foodbank to set up at Wright State Nutter Center

Mass amounts of food will be available at Wright State University’s Nutter Center from The Dayton Foodbank on April 21. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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WSU leadership to take 20 percent salary reduction, freeze on spending

Wright State University [WSU] President Susan Edwards issued a campus communication email announcing campus-wide hiring freezes and spending cuts.

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Science Lab | Photo by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

120 nursing students to be granted temporary licensure to help fight coronavirus

According to College of Nursing and Health Interim Dean Deborah Ulrich, there are 120 graduating nursing students who get to jump right into the field at this time.

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Bellbrook flooding causes damage

A bridge on North Bellbrook Drive was washed completely away by the flooding. Several other areas of Greene County experienced flooding as well, according to a news story from WHIO.

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Update: Graduate students now able to choose grade

Wright State University is now offering students the option to receive a pass/unsatisfactory grade for any and all spring semester courses in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Wright State UCIE office / Photograph: Emily Linker / WSU Guardian

WSU community supporting international students

The coronavirus has impacted everyone in some way or another, but international students at Wright State University have been heavily impacted.

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Jobs alert: Who is hiring in a pandemic

Many Ohioans are facing unemployment during this difficult time of the coronavirus outbreak. Here are top five businesses hiring.

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The Bridge Cafe | Photo by Marissa Couch | The Wright State Guardian

Bridge Café permanently closing due to coronavirus

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.

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WSU on campus apartments | Photo by Daniel Delgado | The Wright State Guardian

Wright State official: ‘There are no plans to close campus housing’

After three different emails were sent to students about housing accommodations, students are voicing their opinion in the handling of the coronavirus.

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