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SGA holds weekly meeting | Photo by Sarah Cavender | The Wright State Guardian

SGA: A call for unity and a passed resolution

The Student Government Association (SGA) held a public meeting on Sunday night to address recent events and call for unity.

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Women’s Basketball hosting selection show party Monday night/ Photograph by Jessica Fugett.

12 Movies to watch right now

It can be hard to know where to begin to understand racial injustice. Here is a list of films that amplify the voices we should be listening to:

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Virtual Orientation: How is it different?

New students will have a different orientation experience this upcoming semester while they prepare for their first semester as orientation becomes virtual.

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Going to a protest? Here’s what you need to know

When protesting, know your rights. When being involved in a peaceful protest turns into chaos, make sure you know what to do and what to bring.

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Local eateries recovering from coronavirus effects

Businesses around the Lake Campus area are starting to open up for customers after months of being either closed or offering only drive-through options.

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Letter from the editor: A call for justice

The death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and the countless others who have been murdered for simply being black has sparked outrage across America.

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419 Alive: Rooster Joe Coffee & Co.

Rooster Joe Coffee & Co. is run by Joe and Michelle McClurg. The coffee shop was opened on January 15, 2020 in Coldwater, Ohio.

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Dawne Dewey retires after 31 years at WSU

Dawne Dewey, head of the Special Collections and Archives at Wright State University (WSU) is retiring after 31 years of service for WSU.

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Music Review: “Petals for Armor” by Hayley Williams

Hayley Williams released her debut solo studio album, “Petals for Armor,” a raw sound that ends up working really well as an overarching musical style.

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Retro Rewind: Queen’s “A Night at the Opera”

Turn on a radio, and you might hear “We Are The Champions”, “Another One Bites The Dust” or the marvelous, though overplayed, tune “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

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