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“Painful memories of a dark time” Before coming to America, Ashland resident Rosianne Stone lived through the Nazi invasion of Belgium

“Painful memories of a dark time”                                                          Before coming to America, Ashland resident Rosianne Stone lived through the Nazi invasion of Belgium

Kaitlyn Moore

October 21, 2018


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

A 92-year-old woman sits in her small, sunny drawing room, surrounded by her framed hand-drawn images of wildlife. She meticulously sketches the outline of a moth against the stark white paper, as one of her sons, Steve, calls on the phone. She uses her walker to get to him, as she is not the woman...

#BucketList

#BucketList

Noah Cloonan

September 21, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS/COMMUNITY, ENTERTAINMENT, FEATURES, SHOWCASE, SHOWCASE

College can be an amazing time to learn, have fun, meet new people and create memories that will last a lifetime. Recent Ashland University graduate Derek Stallard did all of that and more: he took it upon himself to make his last semester his most interesting and memorable by creating a Bucket List....

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 ...

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...

Price change at Eagle’s Nest upsets students

Price change at Eagle’s Nest upsets students

Avaerie Fitzgerald

September 7, 2018


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What was once a convenient and affordable stop to get meals between classes, became the cause of stress and chaos during the first week of the semester. The Eagle’s Nest recently raised the prices on combos by roughly $.50, leaving many of the meals at the Nest just out of range for students using...

AU Study Abroad: expanding world experience outside of the classroom

Bree Gannon

August 26, 2018


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As classes came to a close at the beginning of May, most students were packing their bags to move out of their dorm but some were packing their bags to begin new adventures. This summer, students had the option to explore the world in places such as Costa Rica, Spain and Israel, all while earning schoo...

Earth Day: taking care of the planet

Bella Pacinelli

March 29, 2018


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For many people, April 22 is an insignificant day of the year. There is no giving or receiving presents. There is no meal that brings families together. Nonetheless, Earth Day reminds people of the importance of preserving the environment. “I wish Earth Day could be 365 days a year,” said Peggy...

Alum calls for students to flock to South Dakota

Alum calls for students to flock to South Dakota

Renée Borcas

March 22, 2018


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The women’s basketball team is headed to the NCAA Division II National Championship game once again. There is only one problem: Empty seats. Many Eagle faithful have already made the trip out to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, but alumni have noticed a lack in student body representation. Jack Keefe,...

Women in history: they are important too

Kellie Pleshinger

March 16, 2018


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George Washington. Martin Luther King Jr. Alexander the Great. Neil Armstrong. Winston Churchill. All famous, intrinsic people who shaped and created the world known today. All inspiring individuals whose names are known around the world. All men who children in America learn to recognize by name. From...

Pottery, paint, and more: the Tin Can Chandelier

Avaerie Fitzgerald

March 16, 2018


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To create an artistic atmosphere in the Ashland Community, Keely Wurster, an Ashland University graduate, opened an art studio called The Tin Can Chandelier early last year with the help of her creative director, Mary Cooper. The Tin Can studio is devoted to sharing the ability to create art with...