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Fan cutouts for games in Kate's gymnasium pictured above.

No fans allowed inspires AU fan cutouts inside Kates gymnasium

Niko Scarlatos February 21, 2021

When talking about the Ashland University Men’s and Women’s basketball teams, you cannot forget about the support that they constantly get from the community. The students and fans are always selling...

AU women's swim and dive team competing against the University of Findlay, January 2021.

AU swim and dive team gears up for GLIAC meet

Ben Voelker February 21, 2021

After a difficult and challenging season, the Ashland University swim and dive team is gearing up to make one final push at the GLIAC conference meet in Holland, Mich. this upcoming week. This year’s...

Members of sports management pictured at the Super Bowl experience.

Sports management majors get a taste of NFL football before the Super Bowl

Gracie Wilson, AU-LIVE MANAGING EDITOR February 21, 2021

Students majoring in sports management traveled to Tampa, FL. Two weeks ago, prior to the Super bowl game played between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs. While they did not attend...

Coach Devin Holiday pictured above.

AU football welcomes new secondary football coach

Jordann Lopata, SPORTS EDITOR February 21, 2021

Former division 1 football player at the University of Arizona has been hired by head football coach Lee Owens, to serve as a secondary coach. Devin Holiday, originally from San Diego, California, played...

In the classroom with 1Girl.

1Girl: Women supporting women

Madison Graver February 12, 2021

Have you ever wanted to make a difference in someone’s life? And if so, how will that be achieved? These questions are things that can cross anyone’s mind. At Ashland University, there are plenty of...

Partnering with Licking Memorial Health Systems opens up campus to new students and opportunities.

Ashland University partners with Licking Memorial Health Systems

Katie Foster February 8, 2021

Ashland University and Licking Memorial Health Systems signed a three-year corporate partner agreement on Jan. 6, 2021. According to Dan Lawson, Associate Vice President and Chief Corporate Officer at...

Lampe took up cross-stitching in her free time during isolation.

Students contract coronavirus over winter break

Isabella Pacinelli, Features Editor February 4, 2021

Imagine being in a crowded grocery store three days before Christmas and receiving a phone call stating that you have tested positive for coronavirus. This was the harsh reality for senior nursing major,...

Members of Theta Phi Alpha during Bid Day 2020.

Coronavirus takes community away from FSL

Madison Graver February 4, 2021

The year 2020 turned the world upside down. With coronavirus being the largest driving factor, everyone was forced to change the ways in which they went about doing things in their everyday life —...

Quote from the lecture presentation.

Virtual Life Calling lecture comes to Ashland University

Mason Savoia February 1, 2021

The online lecture, “Do The Next Right Thing: Purpose in Times of Uncertainty” was recently held online for Ashland University students and faculty on Jan. 28 via Zoom. Dr. Christine Whelan, a Wisconsin...

President Carlos Campo recieved a four-year contract from the Board of Trustees.

Board of Trustees vote extends Campo’s contract through 2024

Christine Jenkinson and Alayna Ross November 13, 2020

Most people–students, faculty, residents— have heard the news of President Campo’s contract extension already. Carlos Campo has been the president of Ashland University since 2015, and can now add...

Ashland University's motto for the fall semester: Stronger Together, Safer Together.

AU health center fights against COVID-19

Isabella Pacinelli, Features Editor November 13, 2020

It is obvious that coronavirus has created a whole new world on Ashland University’s campus. There is not one student, faculty or staff member who has not had to adjust to the new guidelines and protocols...

A student participates in one of the events at the new fall fest CAB event.

CAB aims to prevail over COVID-19

Madison Graver November 13, 2020

From wearing masks in public, to socially distancing, to having capacity limits for indoor activities, there has been a lot to adjust to in the last eight months. Once classes were back in session,...

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