Maggie Prosser is The New Political’s 2019-20 editor-in-chief. Maggie is a junior studying journalism and political science through Ohio University’s Honors Tutorial College. A Columbus-native, Maggie previously interned with The Columbus Dispatch’s Public Affairs desk, covering state government, and spent two summers interning with The Chautauquan Daily in western New York.
In her spare time, Maggie enjoys eating gluten-free bread, discussing sustainable and ethical fashion practices, and doing daily crosswords.
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Parking enforcement saw a general decline in citations issued in 2018, according to the 2018 annual Athens Police Department report, but still issued over 10,000 tickets for expired meters citations.
The Baileys Trail System — 88 miles of mountain bike-optimized trail — is estimated to cost between $11 million and $12 million.
Athens City Council passed an ordinance Monday evening to rezone portions of the Uptown area to not require that business reserve parking spaces for patrons, but businesses can maintain current spaces for customers if they choose.
Joel Newby, a Democrat who recently announced his campaign to challenge Republican Representative Steve Stivers for Ohio’s 15th Congressional District, plans to pave his way into the halls of Congress by overcoming the political partisanship of Washington.
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ICYMI: More than 100 students gathered on College Green on Monday afternoon to demonstrate against Ohio University’s handling of what some say is an ongoing budget crisis. https://thenewpolitical.com/2019/11/26/photos-students-take-to-college-green-to-protest-budget-crisis/
I covered the @ufunfacts rally today on College Green, hearing from faculty and students alike about their goals for Ohio U’s budget crisis. Excellent reporting by @TheNewPolitical staff, especially @SarahEDon, @NolanACramer, @ProsserMaggie, and @Eric_Boll_ for live coverage. https://twitter.com/TheNewPolitical/status/1199102390256975878
Many students and faculty members met on Ohio University’s College Green on Monday afternoon to protest impending faculty cuts amid a university-wide budget crisis. https://thenewpolitical.com/2019/11/25/students-rallied-against-ohio-u-budget-crisis-at-president-nellis-doorstep/
Demonstrators marched to Culter Hall. Leaders of the rally tried to get President Duane Nellis to come outside, but he refused and admin closed the doors to the building.