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TikTok App | Photo by Daniel Delgado | The Wright State Guardian

TikTok trends to try in quarantine

With students spending their days at home, creativity and boredom have led to several new trends on TikTok. One of them being whipped coffee. Scrolling through the ‘for you’ page, whipped coffee seems to be everywhere.

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Photo by Soham Parikh | Wright State Guardian

University libraries encourages community to “Document Your Story”

Because of this, The University Libraries Special Collections and Archives has created the Document Your Story project for the Wright State community.

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Kara Donbrock, Fitness and Wellness Program Manager, graduate student | Photo provided by Kara Donbrock

Virtual workouts build a community

Kara Donbrock, program manager for fitness and wellness, has created Rec at Home, a program that shares workouts on social media.

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Summer Classes | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

What student leaders are doing during isolation

Wright State University moved its spring 2020 semester fully online due to the coronavirus outbreak. Here’s what eight student leaders have been doing with their time at home.

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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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Wright State Spirit Week by distance

Wright State University Office for Student Involvement and Leadership (SIL) is hosting a Virtual Spirit Week for the campus community.

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Fun apps to pass the time | Photo by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

Five gaming apps to play with other people

Going into the third week of quarantine, it’s understandable to go be going a little stir crazy not being able to interact with people and missing friends. Luckily, we have the technology to help us get through a time that might be difficult dealing with alone.

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What to do to not go stir crazy | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Things to do to avoid going stir crazy

Group activities like bonfires with friends and pool parties aren’t an option right now but students can still find ways to enjoy the outdoors and take a break from online schooling.

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