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The origin of All Hallows' Eve

Halloween is a holiday where dressing up in costumes, eating candy and visiting haunted places are on your to do list. However, few people know where the holiday originated and what the symbols that represent this holiday mean. Halloween originated with ancient Celtic festivals and traditions. Celtics celebrated the new year on Nov. 1 because […]

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Electronic glitch a possible reason for water tower issues

Though no solid evidence has been summoned pinpointing the exact reason for the low water pressure that deprived Wright State campus of clean water from Oct. 14 to Oct. 16, the issue could have formed from an electronic communication glitch, according to Physical Plant Manager Jeff Trick. An electronic control in the Wright State water […]

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ZTA bring awareness to breast cancer

Zeta Tau Alpha began an association with Susan G. Komen for the Cure in 1992 when it became the first national sponsor of the Race for the Cure’s National Series Breast Cancer survivor Recognition Program. According to their website www.zetaualpha.org, ZTA has provided the signature pink T-shirts and caps for participants to wear during the […]

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Tips to make it through the semester

Non-freshmen are probably agonizing the amount of weeks left in the semester. This time last year the first quarter would almost be done. We may be on a semester schedule but it’s still very important for students to stay focused and make it through the weeks to come. For students who are clueless as to […]

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Chapel opening soon on campus

After almost 10 years of planning, the chapel on University Boulevard has finally transformed from an idea into a reality. Catholic Campus Ministry’s newly constructed St. John Bosco Chapel will be dedicated on Oct. 28. Compared to the former chapel, this chapel will feature various improvements.  It will be handicap accessible, offer more room for […]

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4 Paws teaches students how to train puppies

It’s hard not to notice the service dogs that are on WSU’s campus. 4 Paws is an organization on campus designed to train these puppies to become service dogs for people with disabilities. 4 Paws fosters puppies to help them socialize and prepare for life as a service dog. “The best part of being in 4 Paws is helping the […]

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Women's basketball preview

While the women’s basketball team at Wright State has enjoyed the success of back-to-back 20 win seasons, Head Coach Mike Bradbury wants the program to take the next step. The past two seasons have been arguably the most successful in WSU women’s basketball history as the Raiders have amassed a combined 41 wins and the […]

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Network equipment stolen from College Park Apartments

  A number of network routers and other networking equipment were stolen from three college park campus apartment buildings last night. Police suspect the break-in occurred between 5-6:30 a.m. early Wednesday morning but an investigation is still being conducted at this time. CATS Network closets in apartments 2184, 2190, and 2150 were all broken into […]

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Homecoming bringing week of events to campus

Homecoming is a tradition for campuses across America. At Wright State University, Homecoming will be celebrated throughout the week starting Oct. 8 and ending Oct. 13, with a full agenda of events and activities for students on each of these days. “This will be my first WSU Homecoming so I get to see these events […]

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Second annual Wright Brothers Day at WSU

Wright Brothers Day began last year when a group of students and their faculty advisors from the Wright State chapter from the American Marketing Association (AMA) were attending the AMA National Collegiate Conference in New Orleans. The goal was to come up with a campus-wide event that they felt Wright State University and its students […]

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