Press Releases

  • May 23, 2017Compiled by Omar Faruk and Chasity Boedicker.This year, Millennials have surpassed Baby Boomers as the nation’s largest living generation and make up the largest number in the workforce. As a voting block, Millennials outnumber the Baby Boomers and we care about wide range of issues, not just affordable college. One of those issues is the importance of updating ...

  • There was a huge outcry this month when a Bexley videographer said she wouldn’t shoot a same-sex wedding. People were angry at the woman who said no. Others were upset with the couple for making a big deal about it. The battle has shifted now. The video business has all but disappeared, at least online. The people who wanted to shut it down are heading to City Hall.

  • In the next two months, voters will hear many arguments for and against the proposal to transition Columbus City Council to the district/ward system (technically a hybrid system). Opponents of the proposal will say that it pits communities against each other, while some proponents will argue that the city council and by extension, the city, is corrupt. I disagree with both.

  • After the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision legalizing same-sex marriage, LGBT activists are focusing attention on businesses and residences in the fight for equal rights.