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 »

Review: Goat Simulator

Adam Ramsey, Features Editor

March 7, 2015

Filed under Blog

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a goat? Well, with Goat Simulator, you can find out for yourself. Goat Simulator, developed by Coffee Stain Studios, is a computer game that puts you behind the controls of a... Read more »

Keeping up with the cold: Tips for vehicular reliability in subzero temperatures

Dylan Dohner, News Editor

February 19, 2015

Filed under Blog

Despite weather falling into single and even double digit negatives for the next few days, you’ll likely still have places to go -- work, school, and other obligations of your daily life -- and will need use of your car. Here... Read more »

Single on Valentine’s Day? Make it special anyway!

Adrienne Lohr, Contributing Writer

February 12, 2015

Filed under Blog, Opinions

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