Abby Neff is a reporter for The New Political and a freshman studying journalism at Ohio University. She is originally from Columbus where she interned for Erase the Space, a non-profit organization.
When Abby isn’t in the newsroom, you can find her running throughout campus, drinking coffee on College Green, FaceTiming her twin sister, listening to podcasts or music and re-watching Gilmore Girls on Netflix.
She can be found on Twitter @_abbyneff or contacted through email [email protected]
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The Ohio University Board of Trustees met Friday morning for their January meeting, where Ohio U faculty made clear their dissatisfaction with the board’s recent budgetary decisions, all without saying a word.
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College students and a lost security deposit: It’s a tale as old as time. The transient nature of a city like Athens puts local landlords at an advantage over their tenants.
Athens Happens is a weekly news podcast brought to you by TNP reporters. This week, tune in and hear about inside a Trump Rally.
Covering the Board of Trustees meeting for @TheNewPolitical ! What do you most want to know about today’s meeting?
Faculty are gearing up for a silent protest of the Board of Trustees 9:45 a.m. meeting. Follow @thenewpolitical on Instagram for updates.
An Athens real estate agent launched his campaign for the Ohio Senate on Wednesday at the Athens County Democratic Party headquarters
Come learn about how YOU can get involved with The New Political at our spring interest meeting. Sunday, Jan. 19 at 6 p.m. in Scripps Hall 111!
In 2018, the Republican Party held on to 12 of 16 U.S. House of Representatives seats in Ohio, while only winning 52% of the popular vote; Democrats held on to four, and this 12 to four difference has not changed since 2012.