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Here are the most viewed and popular stories from the Wright State Guardian from the spring 2023 semester.
10. Faculty Spotlight: New Nursing Chair by Emily Mancuso
Taking over from interim nursing chair Dr. Ann Bowling, new nursing chair Dr. Melissa Wilson will apply extensive knowledge and goal-setting to Wright State University’s most popular program.
9. 10 Most Endangered Animals of 2023 by Zachariah Smith
Many animal species are facing endangerment and extinction due to human activity, deforestation and other causes. Here is a list of 10 of the most endangered animals this year.
8. Dining on Campus: Hours and Opinions by Elayna Storts
Students and staff provide opinions about Wright State University’s dining hall services, including coffee, food and other treat spots.
7. SGA Welcomes New Vice President, Has Continuing Plans for Spring Semester by Alexis Lewis
Wright State’s student governing body welcomes former senator to vice presidency and plans to improve student academic, professional and extracurricular experience across campus.
6. Wright State Homecoming Week of 2023 by Zachariah Smith
Wright State University event planning and spirit organization hosts interactive, fun events throughout the week as part of the homecoming festivities of 2023.
5. Ohio TikTok Ban by Elayna Storts
On Jan. 8, 2023, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed an executive order to ban certain foreign-owned apps, including TikTok, on state-owned devices in Ohio.
4. New Major Posed After Faculty Reductions by Kit Rheyne
Religion, philosophy and classics department struggles through lower enrollment and declining faculty resources; the school continues to attempt to find solutions.
3. Senate Bill 83: Possible Impact on WSU by Eamon Baird
State Senator Jerry C. Cirino’s introduction of Senate Bill 83 presents a possibility of sweeping changes in university educational curriculum throughout the state of Ohio.
2. Ohio Senate Proposes Medicinal Marijuana Bill by Eamon Baird
On Jan. 11, 2023, state senators Stephen Huffman and Kirk Schuring introduced Senate Bill 9, seeking a division of control within the Department of Commerce and a medical marijuana oversight commission.
1. Late Meetings, Forced Activity, Violent Hazing: What Led to a Fraternity’s Suspension by Jamie Naylor
In the brisk October of 2021, young Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc recruits were looking for brotherhood but soon found a chapter culture of violence and hazing. Fearing the consequences of speaking, the incidents that would lead to the chapter being suspended in August 2022, were not reported until January 2022, sparking a months-long investigation into the organization.
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