New city resolution makes Juneteenth day of celebration, education
A resolution recognizing Juneteenth as a day of celebration in Bexley was unanimously approved at the City Council’s Tuesday, Dec. 1 meeting. The resolution was originally proposed by City Council member Jen Robinson. Robinson explained that Juneteenth is observed each year on June 19 to celebrate the day that the news of emancipation reached the […]
‘Hey Bexley Let’s Talk Equity’ holds sessions to discuss ‘Nice White Parents’ podcast
Three sessions of “Hey Bexley Let’s Talk Equity” discussed the “Nice White Parents” podcast, produced by The New York Times, between March 31 and April 15. Coordinator of Experiential Learning and Community Engagement Steve Shapiro explained that these sessions operated like a book club, with the podcast serving as the book. Community members learned about […]
Junior sprinter looks to build on previous accomplishments
The runner steps into the blocks. His nerves settle and his breath begins to steady. He begins to drown out the cheers and chatter despite the pressure of the situation. He has made it all the way to the top: nationals. This is where junior runner Mason Louis found himself over the summer. Louis runs […]
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