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The Student News Site of Ashland University

AU Live

The Student News Site of Ashland University

AU Live

The happy duck pair.

Ashland Eagles? No, Ashland University Ducks

Bryce Shafer, Reporter April 22, 2022

As the weather has settled and the temperature has risen a pair of mated ducks have decided to pay a visit to the Ashland University campus. A male and female mallard have been spotted waddling around...

PRESS RELEASE: Symphony presents “Impressions”

March 4, 2022

The Ashland Symphony Orchestra will present “Impressions”, Saturday, March 12, at 3:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Robert M. and Janet L. Archer Auditorium. The ASO is auditioning five candidates for...

Calling all bookworms!

Calling all bookworms!

Katie Foster, AU-Live Managing Editor February 26, 2022

From crime to romance to sci-fi to fantasy, find out what you should spend your time reading this spring break and learn about some book recommendations your college peers have for you. Since the creation...

Meet the Clubs

Camden Edwards, Young Life Club President February 25, 2022

Young Life is a ministry aimed at reaching out to high school students. Ashland University’s chapter currently focuses on working with Ashland High School students. We aim to share the Gospel and the...

Meet the Clubs

Megan Allan, Anime Club Vice President February 25, 2022

Anime Club is a fun, but casual organization here at Ashland University where all anime, manga and Japanese media enthusiasts can come together and engage with other like-minded, passionate peers! As a...

Koritansky has also recently published “Thomas Aquinas and the Euthyphro Dilemma” (Heythrop Journal, 2018) and “Retributive Justice and Natural Law” (The Thomist, 2019).

Guest lecturer speaks natural law at Ashland University

Sean Repuyan, Features Editor February 16, 2022

The Ronk Lecture Hall in the Dwight Schar College of Education was filled with hearty discussions of natural law hosted by the Thomistic Institute at Ashland University on Feb. 11. Dr. Peter Koritansky,...

Located in downtown Ashland, Bagnabit has many unique gifts from handcrafted jewelry to locally written books.

Local business spotlight of the week

Tamyelle Lamb, Reporter February 7, 2022

Downtown Ashland has become more lively due to the many new stores that have opened in recent years, but the original businesses cannot be forgotten. Madame Bagnabit has been owned and operated by a...

Ashland University students braved the cold over the MLK holiday weekend to play in the snow that fell on campus. Whether building a snowman, having a snowball fight or taking fun photos, opportunities for winter wonder are everywhere.

Making the most of wintertime at AU

Gracie Wilson, Collegian Managing Editor February 2, 2022

As students return to campus, the cold air no longer brings thoughts of the upcoming holidays. Wishes for a white Christmas are far behind students as the new year arrives and the single digit temperatures...

Local business spotlight of the week

Brayden Creveling, Reporter November 29, 2021

If you were ever looking for a nice family meal or the best pie in Ohio, look no further than your hometown Lyn-Way restaurant. Lyn-Way was first owned and operated by Stoops’s grandfather in...

Fall break round up

Gracie Wilson, Collegian Managing Editor October 22, 2021

While it is the shortest break offered to Ashland University students over the course of the school year, fall break is a time for students to refresh, recharge and gear up for midterms. Fall break occurred...

Local business spotlight of the week: Whit’s Frozen Custard

Nate Powalie, Sports Columnist October 11, 2021

A frozen custard east coast chain is making itself a piece of the Ashland community.  Whit’s, located at 1220 Claremont Avenue, is housed inside what used to be a bank building and is within walking...

The Collegian third issue podcast

Lewis Markham, AU-TV 20 SPORTS PRODUCER September 27, 2021 No time to read the third issue of The Collegian? Listen to it here now!

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