Cole Behrens is The New Political’s managing editor. Cole is a junior studying journalism and Spanish at Ohio University and is aspiring to get a degree specialization in classical history and languages. He interned at The Athens NEWS this summer, where he continued his coverage of the Athens area with the award-winning publication.
In his spare time, Cole discusses political theory, plays guitar and will handily beat any challengers in Civilization V.
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