Last August, I took my first Uber car. I went to a bar on High Street in Columbus to see a show I was invited to. Like any responsible adult, I didn’t want to drink and drive, so I got dropped off and planned on calling an Uber to go home. I wasn’t sure what to expect; the service isn’t …
Since last August, there has been speculation that Vice President Joe Biden is flirting with the possibility of starting a late entry into the 2016 primaries to become the next president of the United States. For me, this has filled me with excitement because Biden is someone I know I can get behind and offers a common ground between the …
When Gov. John Kasich vetoed a budget provision that would make voting harder for out-of-state students, there was praise from Democrats across the state. The provision would have made it so anyone with an out-of-state drivers license who wished to register to vote must purchase an Ohio drivers license, which would have effectively been a poll tax. Yet there’s more …
In the lead up to the 2016 presidential race, the Democratic side has remained relatively quiet. Hillary Rodham Clinton is considered a strong contender for 2016 due to her vast amount of experience and popularity. As a result of this superiority, Democrats haven’t been lining up to challenge her in the primaries next year. Yet since being elected to the …
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Candidates for Athens mayor and city council discussed and debated issues ranging from income inequality, to police brutality, to unlit pathways on the west side. Here’s the highlights of the three hour debate.
Here’s what Ohio politicians said about President Trump’s decision to withdraw from Syria.
Social media concerns, criticism of the investigative proceedings and lifting suspensions dominated the Greek Life town hall and Interfraternity Council meeting Thursday night in Bentley Hall.
State Rep. Jay Edwards and U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson’s wife, LeeAnn Johnson, addressed local members of the Athens County Republican Party and many members of the Ohio University College Republicans at the party’s annual fall dinner held Thursday evening.
Athens Happens is a weekly news podcast brought to you by The New Political Reporters. This week, hear about the fourth democratic presidential debate.
Here is a document provided by Sorority and Fraternity Life during the IFC meeting this evening. The documents for fraternities to achieve reinstatement.
For clarification the groups which have received cease and desist letters are still not allowed to operate. Groups which haven’t received cease and desist can hold meetings ONLY for the purpose of reinstatement https://t.co/aSSeNgIEji
IFC suspensions have been lifted, per reporter Eric Boll