Hosts Maddie Capron and George Shillcock break down the key races on the ballot and discuss how to register to vote with guest Bailey Williams, the president of the Ohio University College Democrats.
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There is a lot of buzz surrounding the possibility of a wave election occurring this year as Democrats and Republicans campaign before the midterms.
Hosts Maddie Capron and George Shillcock discuss The Post’s new podcast, “Swing State of Mind,” and preview next week’s episode.
Attorney General Mike DeWine wants to mandate tuition guarantees in universities and reduce student testing in K-12 public schools
Both candidates for governor recently unveiled similar plans for Ohio education with calls for college affordability, reducing testing and better funding for struggling schools.
D.P. Dough released a video game awarding free food; APD received its third report of sexual imposition
Hurricane Florence starts its path along the Carolina shores; Ohio football heads to Nashville for game against Virginia
If you've ever wanted to enjoy a brew with your canine buddy, now is your chance.
Student Senate: Members get update from student trustees; appoint senator to university life commision
Three resolutions were passed and one was tabled at the Wednesday night Student Senate meeting.
The only time Rick Neal got booed by the crowd was when he told the Ohio University College Democrats that he is an alumnus of Miami University.
Democratic congressional candidate Rick Neal challenged incumbent Rep. Steve Stivers, R-Upper Arlington, to five debates, including one in Athens.
Autonomous vehicles could soon be on the streets of Athens.
One Republican, one Democrat and one Libertarian are campaigning against each other in a race to become Ohio’s next auditor of state.
Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, introduced the “Putting Students First Act” on Aug. 27 that requires money the government recovers from the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT) to be given to public schools.
Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, launched his Students for Sherrod campaign at Ohio University on Wednesday.
The Athens Police Department arrested a Guysville man who was impersonating an Athens County Sheriff’s deputy and armed with a BB gun at the Athens Walmart on Tuesday afternoon.
Campus and city police reported 53 citations and arrests during the weekend while festivities rang in the new school year throughout Ohio University’s campus and the city of Athens.
Ohio’s unemployment rate reached 4.6 percent in July during a year where the state’s progress toward reducing it has remained stagnant.
This tally has exceeded the University’s goal of $500,000 in savings.