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The all digital media format at The Guardian is thriving and the future is looking very promising. We at The Guardian are using different online platforms that are allowing us more visibility and helping us reach our readers and share stories that holds value to them.Soham Parikh
Photo and Media Assistant
In the world of visual storytelling, we are forced to adapt to the technology we use to tell our stories. In order to make the most of our experience within our organization and tell the stories that need to be told the best we can, we have to be able to grow with the technology that we are surrounded by.Shelby Prenger
Contributing Writer, Social Media Manager and Video Producer
2018 – 2020
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- Home Is Where the Heart Is; Tanner Holden Comes Back Home for Final SeasonAfter helping lead the Wright State University men’s basketball team to new heights in the 2021-22 season, WSU forward Tanner Holden took his talents to a bigger stage after transferring to the Ohio State University.
- Guardian Gallery: Campus in the FallStaff Photographer Bethany Althauser took some time to capture Wright State’s main campus during peak fall foliage season.
- GTV: WSU Student Wins Paris Film Awards Gold Award for Indie FilmAnnounced Nov.16, WSU Film student Jason Estes won the Paris Film Awards Gold Award for Indie Film for the month of October with the short film “A Date with a Cheerleader.”