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Board of Trustees vote extends Campo’s contract through 2024

President Carlos Campo recieved a four-year contract from the Board of Trustees.
November 13, 2020

Most people–students, faculty, residents— have heard the news of President Campo’s contract extension already. Carlos Campo has been the president of Ashland University since 2015, and can now add...

A Town Tap comes to Main Street in Ashland

A Town Tap's Effen Good drink
October 28, 2020

Ashland’s main street welcomed a new restaurant/bar, A Town Ta, on Tuesday, Oct. 13.  A Town Tap’s storefront was previously known as the Tap Room which did not serve food, but had food trucks...

Ashland County Historical Society hosts socially distanced pumpkin glow

The AU cheer and dance team in front of the Old  Freer home for the annual pumpkin glow
October 27, 2020

During times of Covid-19, it can be hard as a community to get involved and remain together. Many people tend to stay inside the safety of their own homes. As the holidays grow closer, Ashland University...

Barnet for State Representative for the 70th District

October 19, 2020

Kevin Barnet came from New York and has 15 years of experience working in a union, as well as five years working in management. 14-years ago, he moved to Ohio, opened a bed and breakfast (which lasted...

AUTV 20 prepares for live election coverage

Nathan Langdon and his team created this logo to appear on air during the live election.
October 19, 2020

While focus is set on the national election, local candidates and ballot issues are becoming more and more important. As college students are now of age to vote, paying attention to who candidates are...

Ashland artist’s diversity mural painted over by city

October 6, 2020

The day after the city council meeting, on Sept. 16, several murals representing diversity and culture were painted over by the city. Rafael Serrano, an Ashland Army Veteran, is known for painting murals...

Ashland County coronavirus update

The Definition of What Indicators can cause movement of a county during the crisis from a level one alert to higher alerts, with level four being the highest.
October 1, 2020

The residents of Ashland County were known to have one of the lowest coronavirus positivity rates during the summer season. Once students returned to the Ashland University campus, however, things began...

Ashland Symphony presents Appalachian Spring

Ashland Symphony presents Appalachian Spring
September 30, 2020

PRESS RELEASE The Ashland Symphony Orchestra is presenting an encore performance of Aaron Copland’s “Appalachian Spring” by arrangement of Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. This video is available from...

Ashland County Fair makes changes to accommodate COVID-19 guidelines

September 23, 2020

The annual Ashland County Fair is currently underway its start on Saturday, Sept. 20 and will continue until Wednesday, Sept. 23.  However, this year there are a few changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Ashland Roots: Locally grown produce, handcrafted items from Ohio

The Ashland Roots window lists hours and curbside pickup information.
September 21, 2020

Ashland County features many exclusive small shops and restaurants that cannot be found anywhere else. One of the local businesses is Ashland Roots, which is a market that carries and sells locally grown...

Teaching behind a mask

Dr. David Aune wearing a mask while teaching
An inside look at high school and college classrooms
September 18, 2020

Beyond the masks, six-foot distance and foggy glasses, the world of higher education has been witness to many changes in a short period of time. New mandates have plagued campuses as new school years...

AU correctional education program continues to add new sites

Graduated students from the correctional education program.
September 18, 2020

After postponing development over the summer due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Ashland University is expanding their Correctional Education department by implementing 24 new sites. The program now...

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