".. all we’ve managed to do is confine the infection to 3%. As soon as you let up on restrictions, the remaining 97% will be exposed."
“Our negotiator is a music professor. They (the university) already have two or three attorneys on their team — and they are calling in another.”
"We’ve been tasked in athletics at Wright State with $2 million in cuts — and that’s a lot. It’s about 20 percent," Athletic Director Bob Grant says.
“As has been the governing principle since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the safety and wellness of our students and employees has been our number one priority."
The CARES Act and the other federal Covid-19 relief bills, despite their problems, have done much to prevent the economic downturn from being significantly worse.
“It hurts me as a black man to see so many people and so many images out there of people that look like me getting killed,” Arthur Miller said.
The Student Government Association (SGA) and Black Student Union (BSU) joined together for a statement on the events in Minneapolis.
Glen Solomon, chair of internal medicine at Boonshoft School of Medicine, said “we honestly don’t know for certain” why local death rates have been comparatively low.
“The one thing that has always struck me about Dayton’s history is that ordinary people, going about their lives, did some pretty extraordinary things.”
“We’re just trying to bring some good into the world,” said Joe Smith, a former star pitcher at Wright State and current stalwart of the Houston Astros.