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Eagle’s Eye: Amanda Middis

Eagle’s Eye: Amanda Middis

November 13, 2017


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What happened to the eagle?

What happened to the eagle?

Renee Borcas, Media Content Editor

November 10, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, SHOWCASE

When students returned to campus this fall, it was nearly impossible to miss the sidewalk construction project that changed the look of the intersection at Claremont Ave., King Road and College Ave. By the time of its completion, one of the most obvious changes from the renovation was the disappearance...

Not just make-believe: zombies are people, too

Hannah Predojev

November 10, 2017


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When one pictures a zombie, they may envision a corpse that walks around- excuse me, limps around- after the midnight hour exhibiting long groans of what seems like agony, saying “Brains, Brains, Gimme Brains!” This zombie, with putrid-smelling rotting skin, has blood dripping down their face, jagged...

Connections with neighbors: International “mail art” show comes to Ashland University

Connections with neighbors: International “mail art” show comes to Ashland University

Kaitlyn Moore

November 10, 2017


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“It’s very important to know the neighbor next door, and the people down the street, and the people in another race.” These words from Maya Angelou – an American poet, memoirist and civil rights activist – continue to ring true three years after her death. World data, records and censuses...

Behind the scenes at the Madrigal Feaste

Behind the scenes at the Madrigal Feaste

Luqman Tarouti

November 10, 2017


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Right before the holiday season, Ashland University’s Redwood Hall is preparing to change its apparel and go back in time to the 16th century. Five days of the royal flags of purple and gold will hang from the vaulted redwood ceiling from Nov. 29 - Dec. 3. Chamber singers and other performers...

An expansion of faith: FCA

Sam Didion

November 10, 2017


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A set of white lights gleams on the ground to illuminate a cross on the pathway to the large, glossy wooden double-doors of the Jack and Deb Miller Chapel. Above the double doors is a massive stain glass window, with alluring and eye catching colors that dance in the sunlight. Around the corner...

Questions you may forget to ask

Renée Borcas

August 25, 2017


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Being new or returning to campus might bring about some questions about what to do in situations that could be considered difficult to talk about. While the AU website is a good resource for this information, we have compiled some frequently asked questions into this list. What should I do if I’m having trou...

AU beyond the classroom: Costa Rica, London, and Ireland: Life experiences that pay for themselves

Sam Didion

August 25, 2017


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What better way to spend your summer than by studying what you love while exploring the world? Ashland University’s study abroad program ensures that this opportunity of a lifetime is available and affordable for all eligible students.To be eligible for the program, undergraduate students must have a...

Federal work study: What it means and how to check your eligibility

Kaitlyn Moore

August 25, 2017


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On campus jobs are a simple way to earn income as a college student, and there are two types of student employment: regular student employment and federal work study. The difference between the two types of employment is where the money comes from.Regular student employees are paid out of the univers...

End of the Year Cramming Tips and and Words of Encouragement

Emily Wilkinson

April 26, 2017


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The sun is shining on Ashland University and the school year is at the beginning of its end.Summer is approaching and so is cramming for finals.A Twitter poll was taken and people were asked on a scale from one to “I’d rather rip my arm off” how stressed are they with their finals and papers.Ni...

Student Spotlight: Abdallah Ibrahim Makes a Difference with UN Relief Efforts

Student Spotlight: Abdallah Ibrahim Makes a Difference with UN Relief Efforts

Zac Kopp

April 19, 2017


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Within the violence of the Middle East, in particular, the Syrian Civil War, hundreds of thousands of refugees are forced to flee their war-torn homes to a world that may or may not even be welcoming of them. In these times, organizations like the United Nations World Food Programme are the only thin...