Nathan Hart is the senior writer for The New Political and a junior studying journalism at Ohio University with a minor in political science. He has an interest in political investigative stories that make a difference. Nathan is from a suburb just outside of Dayton where he has been spoiled with the nation’s finest donuts.
When he’s not working for The New Political, you can catch Nathan performing stand-up comedy with Blue Pencil Comedy, or you can see him in a live production of The Evening Show, Ohio University’s premiere late night format comedy show. Nathan is both the producer and the host of The Evening Show.
Follow him on Twitter @PartofMyHart or reach him via email at [email protected]
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Students will be able to change their spring semester courses to satisfactory/no credit because of Ohio University’s move to online learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Student Senate President Lydia Ramlo confirmed at the body’s meeting Wednesday.