Nolan Cramer is a news reporter for The New Political and a junior studying journalism with a specialization in politics. Nolan is from Toledo, where he had former writing experience covering local news for The Blade and The Independent Collegian. When he is not writing you can find him out on the disc golf course or listening to surf rock on College Green. Reach him on Twitter @NolanACramer or via email [email protected]
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Ohio University announced plans at a Student Senate meeting Wednesday night to phase out existing ‘blue-light’ emergency phones across campus because of a lack of usage by students.
The Ohio House of Representatives and the Ohio Senate remain divided on the details of a replacement plan for the state’s controversial EdChoice voucher program, which awards some public school students scholarships to attend private schools.
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Democratic candidates Daniel Kilgore and Joel Newby want voters to know they care about jobs, they care about the environment, and they really care about Athens.
Athens Police are investing a reported bomb threat at the East State Street Walmart today. The building has been evacuated.
Ohio University student Dominic Detwiler asks that the university and President Nellis recognize Ohio U's classified employees efforts to unionize.
A 15 member party that included passionate mountain bikers, volunteers who worked on the trail’s production and members of the Wayne National Forest Service hiked parts of the Baileys Trail System this past Sunday morning.