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Williams-York Win SGA Election

BREAKING: Williams–York win SGA Election

Editor’s Note: This story is developing and we will update as more information is available. The results of the 2020-2021 Student Government Association (SGA) election are in. While some positions are to be announced, the results were sent in a campus-wide communication email Friday afternoon. President: Darnell K. “Adrian” Williams Vice President: Joseph York Residential […]

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Homemade Mask | Photo by Shawn Kimberlin | The Wright State Guardian

Student Opinion: Wearing Masks on Campus

With the coronavirus came a new normal, and WSU students are all doing their part to stop the spread by wearing masks.

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Wright State basketball | Photograph by Soham Parikh | The Wright State Guardian

NCAA to Furlough Entire Indianapolis Staff

The NCAA will furlough its entire Indianapolis staff of about 600 employees for at least three weeks in order to save money.

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Dayton’s Not Dead: By-Jo Theatre

Located in the small town of Germantown, Ohio, the By-Jo Theatre offers family films to a mostly local audience every weekend.

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Rowdy Acres: WSU Disc Golf Course Gains Support for Permanent Installment

In the area around Lot 1 and the soccer fields at WSU, a temporary course has been built that allows the community to play disc golf.

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SGA Meetings Canceled Until Further Notice

SGA was set to hold their weekly meeting this Tuesday, Sept. 22 and the new positions would have began their transition into power.

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WSU Community Steps Up to Save Lives

The Wright State University community is stepping up to save lives, donating blood for the Community Blood Center.

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The Apple Country Farm Market Getting Ready For Fall

Leaves are changing colors, pumpkin spice menu options have made their notorious return to restaurants across the country.

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Election Results Delayed, Campaign Violations Found

The results of The Student Government Association (SGA) elections will be delayed until Sept. 21 due to multiple appeals of violations.

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Wright Through My Eyes: Jonathan Thomas

Thomas has a bachelor’s degree in Language Arts Education and intends to one day become a professor in order to teach about Ebonics.

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