Delaney Murray is a senior studying journalism with a focus in women’s studies, and has been writing for The New Political for three years. She enjoys writing longform and investigative pieces on social justice issues, politics, and local interest. Delaney is a native of Athens and previously wrote for The Athens Messenger, one of Athens’ two local newspapers.
When she’s not in the newsroom, you can find her watching documentaries or performing stand up comedy with Blue Pencil Comedy, where she serves as president.
Reach her via email at [email protected] or on Twitter @delpaulinem.
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By The Numbers is a data-driven series working to explain complex financial and data-based issues facing institutions. The first episode takes a look at the question on the minds of many Ohio University students: What is causing shrinking enrollment?
A representative from the U.S. Census Bureau spoke to Student Senate about the need for better student representation in the upcoming census at the body’s meeting Wednesday night.
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Graduate Student Senate’s executive board elections have been delayed at least two weeks amid confusion among members of the body concerning the application process required to run.
Athens to purchase $750,000 firetruck; council supports LGBTQ rights in resolution.
Daniel Kilgore, a 27-year-old Democrat, is running to unseat incumbent Republican Rep. Steve Stivers for Ohio’s 15th Congressional District. If elected, Kilgore would become the first openly gay member of Ohio’s congressional delegation.
OPINION: Democrats Discuss — There must be a fair impeachment trial in the Senate.
Broadband access is an everyday necessity for many Ohioans, but for some residents in southeastern Ohio, access to high-speed internet connection is a luxury.
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.