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Revamping Online Lectures: Dr. Wilson’s Way

Dr. Sean Wilson is breaking barriers between live and studio recording for online lectures to enhance the overall learning experience.

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The Importance of The Gen Z Vote

One in ten eligible voters for the 2020 election will be from Gen Z, the most racially and ethnically diverse generation.

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Meeting During Quarantine: Christians on Campus

One of the organizations is Christians on Campus, a faith group of all denominations, who meet on Zoom twice a week.

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SGA: Virtual Commencement, In Person Meetings and Spring Break

The Sept. 15 SGA meeting started as usual with roll call and committee reports. Two by-law amendments were passed by roll call as well.

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LANA Bouncing Back From COVID Nosedive

The Office of Latinx, Asian, and Native American Affairs (LANA) has gone virtual this semester due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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SGA Elections: Candidate Profiles

Before casting your ballot, check out who is running in the election, why they are running and what their platform is.

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Wright Through My Eyes: Alexis Hagerman

Alexis Hagerman is a sophomore at Wright State University (WSU) who has gone above and beyond in helping others around her.

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College Rep. and Dem. Speak Out About Election

Election Day this year is Nov. 3 and WSU College Democrats and College Republicans want to make sure students use their voice to vote.

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WSU vs. Urbana Mens Basketball | Photo by Daniel Delgado | The Wright State Guardian

Student-Athlete Spotlight: Loudon Love

Loudon Love is going into his redshirt senior season on the Wright State University (WSU) basketball team as the only senior on the team.

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