“They’re going to be the front line soldiers out there fighting this pandemic for the next few months or maybe years.”
"If we’re not careful we’re going to negate everything we’ve done, all of this pain and suffering with the shutdowns will be for nothing,” Dawn Wooley said.
‘We’re not going out of business,’ WSU president says in interview.
Trustees heard a range of annual budget deficit projections Thursday, from $11 million to nearly $50 million if enrollment falls to 10,000.
Packages from the Dayton Foodbank were given to more than 1,200 people at the Thursday morning food distribution on campus.
The campaign seeks to help students struggling with food, housing, lost wages, mental health, finances and education.
“I found the post on North American Rescue’s webpage and jumped on it immediately. I felt compelled to help. This feels like my 9/11.”
WSU leaders announced they were cutting administrators’ salaries by 20 percent, freezing contracts and capital projects and may have to consider job cuts.
Wright State Emeritus Professor of Spanish and Portuguese David Garrison shared his memories of having polio in a Dayton Daily News story.
In addition to the lines of vehicles in the lot, several roads leading to the Nutter Center were clogged with traffic that was attempting to reach the site.