5 decor ideas to get you in the Thanksgiving spirit

Adrienne Lohr, News Writer

November 24, 2015

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Blog

Often lost in the shuffle of Halloween and Christmas, Thanksgiving has become one of the most underrated celebrations of the holiday season. Retail stores and card companies jump straight from orange and black to red and green... Read more »

Album Feature: “Wretched Enough to Know Better” by “The Wretched Few”

Adam Ramsey, Features Editor

September 17, 2015

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Blog, Opinions, Top Stories

Wright State University Alumni and associates band together to make music described as “funkadelic soul pop.” Their music lives up to its genre-twisting description in “Wretched Enough to Know Better.”... Read more »

Opinion: Why we did not run a story on today’s protest

Justin Boggs, Sports Editor

April 24, 2015

Filed under Blog, Opinions

Today was supposed to be a festive day at Wright State. The Guardian staff spent much of the afternoon taking part in the April Craze event on the lawn of Wright State. At about noon, we got word that a man was at the event protesting. While... Read more »

The Young Amnesiac: A girl asks “Who am I?” in the wake of her surgery

Dylan Dohner, News Editor

March 13, 2015

Filed under Blog, Top Stories

  Nearly a year after a life-altering surgery, former Wright State student Savannah Olaker is still coping with, and learning anew, the things she lost. Namely, memories of herself and the people close to her. ... Read more »