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Best Moments from PyeongChang 2018

Best Moments from PyeongChang 2018

Zach Read

March 10, 2018


The 2018 Winter Olympics (Feb. 9- Feb. 25) of PyeongChang, South Korea came and left within two weeks time, but they managed to leave memories that athletes and fans will remember for the rest of their lives. The Olympics is a time where countries can battle it out and showcase their best athletes, some...

How to: Stay savvy on spring break

Samantha Didion

March 2, 2018


Spring Break is a monumental time for most college students. But not all students are able to make their way home or to some exotic destination and are often forced to stay on campus. But that does not mean they cannot still make the best of it. Having a “staycation” can be just as fun and ...

Editors’ Picks: Apps edition

Renée Borcas, Noah Cloonan, Bex Hunter, Bree Gannon, and Kaitlyn Moore

February 16, 2018

Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Uncategorized

Renée Borcas Pocket Casts If you enjoy podcasts and are still using the messy, clunky default podcast app that Apple provides, you are going to love Pocket Casts. Yes, it costs $3.99, but it is worth every penny. This app is incredibly organized and aesthetically pleasing to look at. Not only that...


Noah Cloonan

February 2, 2018


After pulling off the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history in 2017, Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots are back in the big game for the 10th time. Their opponents will be a rematch of the 2004 Super Bowl as the high flying Philadelphia Eagles will meet the Patriots at US Bank Stadium...

New Years Observances

Renee Borcas, Media Content Editor

January 19, 2018


While ringing in the new year is a time to reflect on the past and look forward to what is to come, the designation of New Year’s Day on Jan. 1 is an arbitrary moment in our cycle around the sun. The celebration becomes even more subjective when time zones are taken into consideration. The moment the...

Editor’s picks: Books edition

Collegian Staff

November 10, 2017


Bree Gannon “The Girl With All the Gifts,” by Mike Carey “The Girl With All the Gifts” is a very strange but hard to put down book. It takes place in the future over in the U.K. and is about a fungus infection that infects those who have it and turns them into flesh-eating monsters. So bas...

Editor’s Picks: TV show edition

Noah Cloonan, Bex Hunter, Bree Gannon, Renée Borcas, and Kaitlyn Moore

October 30, 2017


It is finally fall and as the cold weather approaches, it is the perfect time for warm clothes, hot drinks, and cozying up in a blanket to binge watch your favorite shows. If you are in need of shows to watch this fall, read through the editor’s picks to find your new favorite. “FRIENDS” If you are looking ...

Homecoming week: 15 ways to celebrate the university

Bex Hunter, News Editor

October 6, 2017


Homecoming is one of the most important events here at AU. It is a time for the community, faculty, staff, students and alumni to come together and celebrate the university. This year homecoming week takes place Oct. 8-14 and there are many activities to try out and enjoy. 1. Window painting Homecoming week always starts off wi...

13 things to do around AU

Renée Borcas, Media Content Editor

August 25, 2017


So you’ve moved into your dorm room. Now what? Ashland may be a small town, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t anything to do. Why not go out and explore any of these local recommendations? 1. Grandpa's Cheesebarn Visit Grandpa’s Cheesebarn to find a wide variety of cheeses, meats, dips, and other...

Spring season trends and places to go in Ashland

Rachel Ramsey

April 3, 2017


Spring is the season for pastel colors and warm weather. This season is the best season to wear your favorite pair of flats and flowy shirts that make a statement.Here are the top five trends that everyone can rock this spring.Flowy shirtsThese shirts are my favorite and you can wear them anywhere or ...

Ashland-Wooster Drive-In review

Connor Dunwoodie and Callan Pugh

March 2, 2017


Sometimes finding something to do in Ashland seems impossible. But, two Collegian reporters, Connor Dunwoodie and Callan Pugh, determined to find fun in their senior year, are visiting local spots in Ashland and reviewing them, so you know exactly what to expect if you choose to visit. This week, ...

How does the university use our money?

Kaitlyn Moore

March 2, 2017


The average, full-time, on-campus freshman at Ashland University pays tuition, room and board (based on the regular double/triple room and the unlimited meal plan), an activity fee, health fee, technology fee, and a recreation fee. These costs amount to $29,994 per year to attend Ashland University.Cos...