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WSU Students Continue To Struggle As Pandemic Pursues

Students at WSU have experienced an overall decline in their mental health due to the coronavirus and online schooling.

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Spooky Audio Books: Halloween Edition

Audiobooks can be the perfect thing to listen to if you are still trying to get into the Halloween spirit.

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Breast Cancer Survivors Share Stories of Their Journey

While no breast cancer diagnosis is routine, the women and families affected share an unmatched level of resiliency and mental fortitude.

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Amy Coney Barrett and Student Concerns Over Policy

On Sept. 26, President Trump announced he would be nominating Justice Amy Coney Barrett to fill Ginsburg’s seat.

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Board of Trustees Discuss WSU Depleting Reserves

The WSU Board of Trustees met virtually on Friday to discuss monthly financial reports, investment reports and expenditure contracts.

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Update: Two Sexual Assaults Reported On Campus Within Last 48 Hours

On Tuesday, Oct. 20, WSU released information stating that two reports of sexual assault have occurred on campus in the last 48 hours.

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Weekly Horoscopes

As the end of October draws near, Look no further for some costume suggestions this Halloween based on your zodiac sign.

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Update: WSARC responds to WSU lawsuit: ‘We are deeply disappointed and confused’

WSU filed a civil lawsuit against WSARC in an attempt to require the corporation to return state property and funds.

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Election 2020: The Final Debate

On Thursday, Oct. 23 President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden faced off in the final presidential debate.

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Ohio As A Swing State In The 2020 Election

Recently, however, Ohio has been leaning towards the republican party when looking at national, state-wide and local elections.

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