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

President Cheryl Schrader and VP of Finance will be stepping down

On Oct. 15, Dr. Cheryl Schrader announced that she will be stepping down from her position as president of Wright State University effective Dec. 31.

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Wright State police vehicle | Photo by Sarah Cavender | The Wright State Guardian

Does Wright State have enough security cameras?

Since there have been several thefts of catalytic converters from vehicles parked at residential parking lots, students have raised concern about security cameras. One of the parking lots had closed circuit TV cameras while another parking lot had no cameras, according to the police report.

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Campus Crime: Catalytic converters stolen from campus parking lots

After several car part thefts, Wright State University police sent out a campus wide email notification regarding the thefts to the campus community. 

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Student Union | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Air Force Marathon to Run Through Campus

The annual U.S. Air Force Marathon is approaching on Sept. 21 and if you’re on Wright State’s campus that day you might see the runners. 

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Turning Points | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Board of Trustees recommend administrators create monthly budget

During Thursday’s Board of Trustees meeting, Trustee Bill Montgomery, questioned why a monthly budget was not already implemented in the process.

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Wright State faculty member placed on paid leave

Professor and Director of the Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program, Kristine Scordo, was escorted off Wright State campus on Wednesday, Sept. 11. Scordo was placed on paid administrative leave.

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‘We’re ready for a fresh start’: The aftermath of a faculty union strike

Interviews with dozens of students, faculty, staff, and administrators said trust continues to be an issue, six-months after the three-week strike ended.

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Counseling and Wellness Services new fee | Photo by Natalie Cunningham | The Wright State Guardian

What students need to know about the new counseling fee:

Counselling and Wellness Services has changed their policy for their service fee for the upcoming school year.

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Wright State main campus | Photo by Emily Linker | The Wright State Guardian

Wright State Board of Trustees welcomes two new faces and new student trustee

Wright State University’s Board of Trustees recently gained three members: Andrew Platt, Marty Grunder and Olivia Sneary.

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The Wright State Guardian embraces a new chapter

The Wright State Guardian Media Group welcomes new changes and embraces a new chapter starting this fall semester. Here’s what you need to know about Wright State University’s oldest student organizations and is the only student-led news publication on campus.

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