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How Ashland County businesses are adapting during COVID-19 pandemic

The Black Fork Bistro in Loudonville is currently offering carry-out only and is open Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

Grace Scarberry

April 17, 2020

While Ashland University students were on spring break, their time was spent enjoying beaches, warm weather and good food. They rushed off of airplanes to get to the countless luxuries they had been dreaming of for weeks. They did not have a care in the world and for many, their last thought was the risk...

Dr. Daniel Fox – Chair of economics/finance in the college of business

Dr. Daniel Fox: Chair of economics/finance in the college of business

Christine Jenkinson, NEWS EDITOR FOR THE COLLEGIAN

March 5, 2020

As the final installment of the series on the College of Business and Economics, we will be taking a look at the Economics and Finance department. This department offers many majors and minors, seven to be exact: Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a major in Economics, Bachelor of...

NASA Glenn newsletter editor remembers Ashland as a starting block

Doreen (center) receiving her NASA Honor Award on Sept. 4, 2019. Left to right: NASA Glenn Associate Director Larry SIvic, Deputy Director Dr. Marla Perez-Davis, Doreen, Director and Astronaut Dr. Janet Kavandi and Deputy Administrator of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate.

Zach Read, MANAGING EDITOR OF THE COLLEGIAN

March 5, 2020

The years of 1979 to 1983 contained a lot of change for Ashland College. It was in those years that athletics made the revolutionary move to Division II and former President Dr. Joseph Shultz essentially saved the college from bankruptcy. It was also during that time that a young Doreen Zudell from...

Ashland’s celebration of women

Dr. Lucille Ford addresses the room after the Ashland County Community Foundation’s Women’s Fund event.

Avaerie Fitzgerald, MANAGING EDITOR FOR AU LIVE

March 5, 2020

Applause filled the air as she took the microphone. Her voice filled with power and a tone filled with gratefulness and enthusiasm at seeing the crowd around her. Dr. Lucille Ford stood next to her daughter, Joanne Watson, and greeted the room with a joke to lighten the mood. Laughter filled the room...

AU’s all-female ministry – Delight

Attendees in the CommonGround room.

Bella Pacinelli, FEATURES EDITOR

March 5, 2020

The formation of Ashland University’s first all-female ministry began with a Pinterest ad in the summer of 2019. Sophomore intervention specialist major, Abigail Ellsworth, was scrolling through her feed when she saw a cute mug with a Bible verse on it. Wanting to know how to get her hands on...

100 years of votes for women

 The second annual National League of Women Voters convention. Hotel Statler 11/11/1921.

Avaerie Fitzgerald, MANAGING EDITOR FOR AU LIVE

March 4, 2020

Almost 100 years have passed since women were granted the right to vote on Aug. 18, 1920. Educators, scholars, doctors, volunteers, visionaries — all women were given the right to have an opinion in politics that would not only affect them, but the world around them. The history of women’s suffrage...

What is Cornerstone Counseling of Ashland?

What is Cornerstone Counseling of Ashland?

Chante Rutherford, Reporter

February 20, 2020

Located on Claremont Ave., sits a building where people can work their way towards a better life. Cornerstone Counseling of Ashland has made an impact on the Ashland community for not only its natives but for the students at AU. Their goal is to “help you recognize the problems that are holding...

The sunshine vitamin people are lacking

Vitamin D supplements are regularly taken by some athletes.

Samantha Didion

February 20, 2020

Some say that weather in Ashland, OH can be inconsistent and it is no secret that Ohio is not known for the heavy flow of spring breakers looking to soak up some sun. But regardless of the time of year and how often one spends outside, doctors say the majority of people still have a deficienc...

Kaltenbaugh’s role in COBE

Christine Jenkinson, NEWS EDITOR FOR THE COLLEGIAN

February 20, 2020

In the third part of our COBE series, we focus on the marketing, hospitality management, fashion merchandising and sport management department. Dr. Lance Kaltenbaugh, associate professor of sport management and chair of this department, has been the chair for two years. “Students pursuing degrees...

Sean Robbins jumping through life since graduating as an eagle in 1996

Sean Robbins jumping through life since graduating as an eagle in 1996

Zach Read, MANAGING EDITOR OF THE COLLEGIAN

February 20, 2020

Alumni from a university are an intriguing group of people because they are all different. After their time at Ashland University, each individual goes their separate ways to begin the rest of their life. Some people jump right into a full-time job in their field, others are adventurous for a few...

Dr. Robert Stoll: Chair of management within the college of business

Dr. Robert Stoll, chair of management in the college of business.

Christine Jenkinson, NEWS EDITOR FOR THE COLLEGIAN

February 19, 2020

The second piece in the series of College of Business and Economics is the management department. Good news for management students: not only are you are in high demand after graduation, companies are willing to pay good money. Dr. Robert Stoll is an associate professor of supply chain, and chair...

The journalist turned chef liaison for Certified Angus Beef

Bryan Schaaf at a speaking engagement for Certified Angus Beef in Asheville, N.C.

Zach Read, MANAGING EDITOR OF THE COLLEGIAN

February 19, 2020

By the time four years comes to a close, college students like to think they know what their career path will look like for the next 40 or so years. However, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, individuals born in the latter years of the baby boom age (1957-64) have held an average of 12.3...