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Speaker visits Ashland to speak on racial profiling

Chante Rutherford

January 28, 2019

Ashland University welcomed speaker Dr. Ronnie A. Dunn, Director of Institutional Diversity and Associate Professor of Urban Studies at Cleveland State University to present his series called; Racial Profiling: The Content of Their Character or the Color of Their Skin? Dunn ended the day of celebration...

Ashland Symphony Orchestra holds Star Wars themed concert

Evan Laux, SPORTS EDITOR FOR THE COLLEGIAN

January 28, 2019

The Ashland Symphony Orchestra performed its first concert this year on Jan. 26 at the Archer Auditorium of Ashland High School, titled “The Music of Star Wars.” John Williams compositions from almost every mainline Star Wars movie were played, from the original “A New Hope” to the first...

Departure of Former Provost Chang Drives in Interim

Departure of Former Provost Chang Drives in Interim

Avaerie Fitzgerald, MANAGING EDITOR FOR AU LIVE

January 28, 2019

Dr. Eun-Woo Chang resigned unexpectedly from his position as Provost at Ashland University during winter break. Dr. Todd Marshall, former Associate Provost is now fulfilling the role of Interim Provost, as well as maintaining his positions in the Correctional Education Program and the College of Online...

AU receives Healthy Workplace Award

AU receives Healthy Workplace Award

Evan Laux, SPORTS EDITOR FOR THE COLLEGIAN

January 28, 2019

AU has received its first Healthy Workplace Award from the Healthy Business Council of Ohio (HBCO) for providing and encouraging healthy practices to its employees and faculty. Deborah Sullivan, the AU Director of Campus Wellness, will be traveling to the Nationwide Conference Center of Columbus in...

#DanTheMan: Remembering Danny Krispinsky

#DanTheMan: Remembering Danny Krispinsky

January 28, 2019

Danny Krispinsky, women’s head soccer coach, passed away following a long and courageous battle with cancer on Jan. 1 at the age of 35. Krispinsky was an Ashland native that inspired those around him to live their lives to the fullest and with a positive mindset. He used his strong faith and turned...

Ashland University Dance Company: Strength, technique, passion and confidence

Rachel Ramsey

January 28, 2019

A new club is ready to put on their dancing shoes and hit the floor. The Ashland University Dance Company started this spring semester that allows dancers to express themselves through various styles of dance. Co-founder of AUDC, Schuyler Berger, has been dancing for 18 years and wanted to continue...

Guest Ensemble Le Bon Bones at Ashland University features Dr. Scott Garlock in a Faculty Recital

Adie Goodyear

January 28, 2019

Ashland University’s Music Department hosted a Faculty Recital on Jan. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the Elizabeth Pastor Recital Hall located in the center of the Arts building on the Ashland Campus. The recital showcased Le Bon Bones, a professional group of trombone players and featured Dr. Scott Garlock,...

Environmental Lecture Series to kick off on Jan. 24

Madison Graver

January 23, 2019

AU’s annual Environmental Lecture Series is set to begin Jan. 24 with a presentation from Dr. Sarah Diamond, the George B. Mayer Chair in Urban and Environmental Studies and assistant professor of biology at Case Western Reserve University. The theme of this year's lecture series will focus on...

Brandon Campo sentenced to 180 days in drug case

Brandon Campo sentenced to 180 days in drug case

Bree Gannon and Zach Read

January 18, 2019

Eight months after his initial arrest for drug charges, Brandon Campo, former Ashland University employee and son of AU President Carlos Campo, was sentenced to 180 days in jail and a $500 fine. Campo plead guilty on Dec. 12 to child endangerment and possession of Schedule IV drugs, both first deg...

AU Men’s Basketball Midseason Recap

AU Men’s Basketball Midseason Recap

Justin Davis

January 15, 2019

The Ashland University Men's Basketball Team is ranked No. 8 in the nation and are sitting atop of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The Eagles are 14-1 and lead the GLIAC in the defensive categories of points per game and field goal percentage. Junior center Drew Noble was named...

Former AU employee pleads guilty to drug possession and child endangerment

Former AU employee pleads guilty to drug possession and child endangerment

Bree Gannon

December 12, 2018

Brandon Campo, a former Ashland University employee, and son of President Carlos Campo pleaded guilty to one count of endangering children and possession of schedule four drugs on Wednesday at the Ashland Municipal Court. The city law office dropped charges of possession of criminal tools, possession...

AU Students selected to compete in national case study competition for second year in a row

David Amsden

December 2, 2018

The Ashland University Communication Department selected four seniors to compete for the Bateman Case Study Competition team. All students selected this year are some sort of communications major and include Ricardo Leona, Cyleen Sharpe, Samantha Stutzman, and Erin Staley. Stutzman of Chardon, Ohio,...