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OPINION: Elanor Skees, a sophomore studying political science, is the Ohio University College Democrats treasurer. The following article reflects the opinion and views of the author and not those of the College Democrats.
Athens locals came together Friday morning to participate in the Sept. 20 climate strikes, a global demonstration meant to pressure the world’s governments into taking action on the climate crisis.
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Athens' locals and students came together to take part in the global #ClimateStrike , organized by @OHIOsustainable & @OHIOUSSC [thread]
@OHIOsustainable @OHIOUSSC @OUSierra @TheNewPolitical The Athens #climatestrike is just one of many across the world today, but I was struck by how Athensized it was; the vibrancy and uniqueness of the community really shined. @TheNewPolitical will be out soon with my full report on the climate strikes!
This week on the podcast we discussed the impending closure of a bookstore, a recent meeting wherein faculty members slammed President Duane Nellis for taking a substantial pay bonus amid a university budget crisis, and last week’s Democratic debate.
The Ohio Democratic Party announced last week that CNN and The New York Times will host the fourth Democratic debate in October at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, a suburb located north of Columbus.
Opinion writer Matthew Geiger, a freshman studying economics, explains why Ohio’s death penalty is archaic, inhumane and needs to be abolished.
The Ohio University Police Department will be moving to a new location near the Kennedy Art Museum at The Ridges due to a lack of parking spaces at its current location.