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WSU names chief recruitment and admissions officer

Effective June 1, 2020, Robert Durkle will be the new chief recruitment and admissions officer for Wright State University, according to a university release.

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

WSU Bookstore closed: effective immediately

In order to limit face-to-face contact and protect the safety of the employees and customers, the bookstore is closed.

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BREAKING: Graduation postponed, date yet to be determined

On Tuesday, President Sue Edwards sent out a communication email to the Wright State community announcing the latest update to commencement.

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Wright State University | Photo by Cheyenne Waddell | Edited by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

First new college in three decades announced

Wright State announced on Thursday that there would be a kick-off celebration for the new Health College that will launch in 2021.

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WSU vs MVS Incident | Photo by Daniel Delgado | The Wright State Guardian

UPDATE: Wright State athletics to review security protocols

The intensity of the game found itself leaving the court and into the stands. During the first half, a heated and ultimately threatening confrontation took place in the student section.

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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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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 campus after first snowfall of the season | Photograph by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Colder seasons take effect: why we’re sad and how to combat it

It’s not just a coincidence that one’s mood might decline at the sign of winter. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a common disorder during the colder months.

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SGA meeting reveals new information about WSU president and VP of Finance

In a public session of the Wright State Student Government Association (SGA), Dr. Gary Dickstein, departing interim vice provost for Student Affairs, updated the members on the interim president and vice president of finance positions.

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‘What’s going to happen now?’: Campus reacts to the retirement of university president

After the campus-wide announcement that Wright State President Dr. Cheryl Schrader will be stepping down effective Dec. 31, members of Wright State University’s community shared their thoughts on the news.

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