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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The Counter Opinion: Picking apart the gun girl drama.
With the primary election taking place March 17, both state and county officials have been working tirelessly to enhance security and avoid a mishap like the Iowa caucus.
Kaitlin Bennett's visit to Ohio University is still being felt more than a week later through phone calls and comments from concerned parents and critics.
Graduate Student Senate election campaigns kicked off last week, and a group of candidates formed a coalition aiming to reduce graduate health care costs and increase the student body’s stipend pay.
Uchenna Okwara, a presidential candidate for Graduate Student Senate’s (GSS) upcoming election, plans to raise awareness about GSS and increase graduate student interaction with the body.
Amal Shimir, a vice presidential candidate for Graduate Student Senate’s (GSS) upcoming election, hopes to increase graduate student involvement and increase safety on campus.
OPINION: Democrats Discuss — Voting is a fundamental American right.
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The Counter Opinion: We asked our opinion writers what they think about Kotses’ campaign and the way local elections function.
International students gathered during Student Senate’s meeting Wednesday to denounce on-going Ohio University health insurance price hikes, which they claim the university has not been transparent about.