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This week, on Athens Happens, we discussed a lack of broadband internet access in the Athens area, how some residents deal with the lack of service, and what local organizations and state legislators are doing to improve connectivity across the county. https://thenewpolitical.com/2019/12/13/podcast-athens-happens-the-lack-of-broadband-access-across-the-county/
As the semester winds down and finals week draws to a close, so does my tenure @TheNewPolitical. I am so grateful to have been steward of such a great publication with even greater writers.
I thought I'd highlight some of the work done this semester:
OPINION: Democrats Discuss ー The impact of influencers
City Council voted unanimously Monday to approve controversial funding for the Baileys Trail System, located in Athens County, after several months of debate and changes to the bill’s language.
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Introduced, Debated, and Ignored: What the Ohio Legislature is focusing on and why it matters.
This year, 31% more Ohio University students utilized drop-in counseling at Hudson Health Center by week ten compared to 2017, according to Paul Castelino, director of counseling and psychological services at Hudson Health Center.
Athens Happens is a weekly news podcast brought to you by TNP reporters. This week, tune in to hear about the decline in parking meter enforcement.
Members of Athens City Council met with leaders of the Baileys Trail System project Wednesday at Chauncey-Dover Community Park, where the system’s Chauncey trailhead is located, to hike a newly constructed portion of the trail.
Ohio University Vice President Provost Chaden Djalali addressed Student Senate about the importance of transparency from the administration amid a university-wide budget crisis and its efforts to modernize the university’s academic infrastructure.