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Jaden Kindle, a freshman studying musical theatre and dance, began a petition asking for more COVID-19 relief to be given to college aged students.
WSU student starts petition to US government to provide more COVID relief to college students
Lindsay Smith, Editor in Chief • January 14, 2021

Jaden Kindle, a 19-year old Wichita State freshman, was hit hard by the current pandemic. In the midst of working a job, living on his own, taking care...

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Wichita State students Emaan Syed (left) and Lena Alhallaq (right) pose with their masks while holding up the shocker hand sign on Thursday, Aug. 27 outside of Clinton Hall.
Here's what we know about the spring 2021 semester
Lindsay Smith, Editor in Chief • January 13, 2021

As the university is preparing for the spring semester to begin in less than a month, students have many questions about what this semester will look like...

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‘Continuing the momentum:’ Upcoming engineering interim dean discusses his WSU career
‘Continuing the momentum:’ Upcoming engineering interim dean discusses his WSU career
Julia Nightengale, Reporter • January 2, 2021

For the second time in two years, engineering professor Steven Skinner is stepping in as interim dean of the College of Engineering. Skinner will be taking...

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Morrison Hall on Wichita State University
WSU presidential search committee planning to have first meeting Friday
Lindsay Smith, Editor in Chief • December 17, 2020

Wichita State’s presidential search committee will have its first meeting this Friday, Kansas Board of Regents President Blake Flanders said at a KBOR...

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