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Eagles wallop rival Lakers in 3-0 sweep

Eagles wallop rival Lakers in 3-0 sweep

Dean Paolucci

September 15, 2018


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The Ashland Eagles volleyball team was on a roll entering Kate’s Gymnasium on Saturday with a record of 8-2, and that roll continued against the rival Grand Valley State Lakers where the Eagles swept the Lakers 3-0. The win improves the Eagles to a combined record of 9-2 and 2-0 in GLIAC play,...

Ashland Women’s Golf looks forward to a strong season

Ingrid Schmidt

September 15, 2018


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The Ashland University Women’s Golf team started their season tied for fifth at the Michael Corbitt Fall Classic at the Lake Shore Country Club in Erie, PA on October 9. The Eagles ended day one at 333 strokes, tying them for fifth place out of the 20 teams competing. Eagles Sophomore Hannah Lemons...

Eagles earn first win in GLIAC opener against Wayne State

Steve Shrenkel

September 14, 2018


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The Ashland University football team earned their first victory of the season against the Wayne State Warriors 30-21 as they opened up Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic play on Saturday (Sept. 15) evening at Tom Adams Field in Detroit. With the win, the Eagles improve to 1-2 overall and 1-0 in...

Krispinsky steps down for season

Krispinsky steps down for season

Justin Davis

September 12, 2018


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A house built on sand would not withstand a violent storm. The foundation is not stable enough. The house and all that is in it would collapse. For the past five seasons, former Ashland University women’s soccer head coach Danny Krispinsky has been rebuilding a once decrepit soccer program. He h...

Cancelled WWII trip leaves students upset

Cancelled WWII trip leaves students upset

Kaitlyn moore

September 12, 2018


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Dr. Eric Pullin from Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin were looking forward to taking 15 students and two Ashland community members on a WWII tour on May 29. Moser makes the trip every four years, and the 2014 WWII trip was a great success, so nobody anticipated any problems. A week before ...

Coburn Art Gallery holds exhibition

Coburn Art Gallery holds exhibition

Christine Jenkinson

September 12, 2018


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The Coburn Art Gallery opened their exhibition, “Figura(tive)” on Aug. 30. Director of the Coburn Art Gallery and professional instructor, Cynthia Petry says that the exhibition will show a lot of skill sets from different artists. “The exhibition is called Figura(tive). It is based on ...

Ashland University ranked 30th safest college town

Ashland University ranked 30th safest college town

Bella pacinelli

September 12, 2018


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Ashland, OH was recently ranked as the 30th safest college town out of 50 cities in the United States. According to a university press release, Ashland was deemed the ranking by a company called Safewise. The company focuses on home security systems with a mission of keeping communities safe. ...

Eagles continue search to for a win

Eagles continue search to for a win

Zach Read

September 11, 2018


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After a disappointing first two weeks of the 2018 campaign, the Ashland University football team continues it’s search for the win column. The next opportunity for the Eagles (0-2) to earn their first win on the season will come on Saturday (Sept. 15) as the team travels to Wayne State to open...

Hurricane Florence delays Faith and Society Lecture

Avaerie Fitzgerald

September 11, 2018


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Dr. Mark Yarhouse, previously set to speak on Sept. 13 for the Faith and Society Lecture event at Hugo Young Theatre, had to postpone due to Hurricane Florence. “The Faith and Society lecture with Dr. Mark Yarhouse has been postponed due to the fact he lives in Va. Beach and the hurricane is expected...

APO takes on an annual adventure

APO takes on an annual adventure

Kaitlyn Moore

September 11, 2018


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It all starts with a vision. Well, normally it would. Shakespeare was just a man with a talent for language and a strong imagination, right? The idea of this theater escapade is to go in completely blind, starting from scratch. Last year, Megan Harvey found her senior project. She was goi...

Student Spotlight: Nathan Langdon

Student Spotlight: Nathan Langdon

Bree Gannon

September 11, 2018


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A student who thought he knew everything about video aesthetics, realized he entered a program where there was room for growth and improvement. Nathan Langdon, a pretty knowledgeable incoming freshman, came to learn more about video editing but knew that he was not one of the top editors in the D...

Nine new coaches to join AU

Bree Gannon

September 11, 2018


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With the start of a new school year, comes the hiring of new faculty, staff and even coaches. This school year starts with the hiring of over seven new head coaches and assistant coaches. Each with the plan to improve the program to the best of their ability while also, having fun with their teams. Ma...