Tim Zelina is one of The New Political’s digital editors. Tim is a senior majoring in journalism and minoring in history at Ohio University. Tim was born and raised in a suburb just east of Cleveland, Ohio. He spent the summer interning for Maplight.org, researching and reporting on the effects of money in politics.
When not panicking over climate change, Tim loves to take a certain stubborn dachshund for walks, pretend to know something about history and politics, and drink way too much iced coffee.
You can find Tim on twitter, @tzelina98, or by email, [email protected]
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Ohio Democrats look forward to the 2022 midterm elections after struggling during the 2020 election.
As the fall semester wraps up and Ohio University students rush to meet final deadlines, Student Senate discussed mental health and well-being resources for Bobcats during its Wednesday night meeting.
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Ohio University issued a limited cease-and-desist order to Phi Gamma Delta fraternity and Sigma Kappa sorority Monday night after reports that both organizations engaged in activity that violates current health and safety guidelines.
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