Bailey Gallion

Journalism student, Ohio University

Location icon United States of America

I'm a senior studying journalism at Ohio University. I am the investigative editor for The Post, Ohio University's independent student newspaper, and I've previously interned for the Dayton Daily News. I specialize in data journalism and have training in data analysis, database design, R and SQL. My reporting has included topics such as sexual harassment, police misconduct, first amendment issues, crime and business.

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The Post
03/01/2017
Carriage Hill residents lose homes and possessions to fire

Wrapped in a blanket to protect herself from the cold wind, Cherikee Ray held a cigarette as she watched her home of nearly three years burn. "I don't smoke, but I smoke now," she said. Streaks of dark eye makeup from tears had dried to her cheeks.

daytondailynews
Local breweries and businesses lure new customers with exclusive beers

Brewing has become a competitive business in the Dayton region, forcing beer makers to partner with other businesses and breweries to expand their customer bases. Dayton-area breweries have partnered with coffee roasteries, candy makers mustard companies, whiskey bars and more to expand their brands and increase revenue opportunities.

mydaytondailynews
Women try to grow ranks in orthopedics, their smallest field

Julie Bishop doesn't meet the stereotype of an orthopedic surgeon. An associate professor of clinical orthopedics at Ohio State University, she is petite at 5-foot-5 and about 120 pounds. But she is also one of several female faculty members at the medical school, which has a higher rate of women than the field at large, making the program almost "gender blind," she said.

The Post
04/25/2017
Email records show how McDavis' staff crafted response to Baker Center arrests

A set of email records released Monday show that calls and emails flooded the Office of the President following the Feb. 1 arrests of 70 demonstrators in Baker Center, and that former Ohio University President Roderick McDavis' staff meticulously crafted the email responses he sent out. On Feb.

daytondailynews
School threats prompt new looks at violent video games

In a Warren County courtroom and outside a Texas school building where a recent deadly shooting happened, video games and their potential connection to violence have been part of the conversation about school threats. After the May 18 school shooting that killed 10 people in Santa Fe, Texas, Lt.

The Post
02/25/2018
Former Ohio University student convicted of rape

A former Ohio University student was found guilty of rape Thursday. After two hours of deliberation, jurors ruled that Notay Jackson, 23, of Chicago, had anally raped a 20-year-old woman on July 28, 2016. During the four-day trial, the prosecution presented DNA evidence and called witnesses including the victim, her friends, police officers and health professionals.

The Post
03/01/2017
Carriage Hill residents lose homes and possessions to fire

Wrapped in a blanket to protect herself from the cold wind, Cherikee Ray held a cigarette as she watched her home of nearly three years burn. "I don't smoke, but I smoke now," she said. Streaks of dark eye makeup from tears had dried to her cheeks.

The Post
10/12/2016
'Drunk people will steal anything,' local bartenders say

It probably happens every time she works, Jackie Tate, a bartender at The Crystal, said: People try to steal mugs, pool sticks and neon signs from the wall. At one point, someone stole a piece of the wall itself from the bar at 34 N. Court St., she said.

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