AU Live

Students hope to spread hope across campus

By Becca Flower

October 27, 2010

Seniors Paul Lattimer and Micaela Shelton are spreading hope around campus through an organization called Threads of Hope. TOH is an organization founded by a missionary in the Philippines to support at-risk families in the area. Local men, women and children who live in the impoverished areas of the P...

Patton remembered as hard worker, wonderful person

By Cody White

October 27, 2010

In a celebration and remembrance of her life and work, a memorial service was held for June Patton, the chair of the Department of Nursing, who died Aug. 19. On Oct. 20 in the Jack and Deb Miller Chapel, a gathering of family, friends, colleagues and students congregated before the service, greeting each o...

Just spit it out: Tippett travels world, excels at life

Just spit it out: Tippett travels world, excels at life

By Lindsay Cameron

October 27, 2010

Raised in three different countries, Lindsey Tippett's interest in other cultures primed her to be one of four French education majors on campus. Her father's service to the Air Force resulted in many moves around the world. Tippett was born in Germany while her father was stationed there in the Air For...

Students seek off campus spooks

By Justine Ackerman

October 27, 2010

Halloween is a time for exploration and adventure. Pushing outfit boundaries and reaching new levels of horror is what Halloween is all about. Many students find it better to also explore off-campus options when discussing where to celebrate the spooky holiday. Many students agree that one of the big...

Lewis is on her way

Lewis is on her way

By Justine Ackerman

October 27, 2010

It's not always easy for people to recognize an opportunity and take it. It can be scary, downright terrifying in fact, to see a proposition that can make or break you. What if you take that chance and choke? What if you take that chance and it's not what you expected? What if you don't take that chanc...

Generator guarantees Internet; rain, snow or thunder

By Glenn Battishill

October 27, 2010

Buried deep in the basement of Founders Hall is a room full of giant servers and computers. Hundreds of cables run throughout the room connecting Ashland University to the outside world, via telephone and Internet. This is the AU Data Center, the home of the most important electronics on campus. In the event o...

Ashland fights breast cancer

By Ethan Greenberger

October 27, 2010

Who has the best ta-tas on campus? Well, you might be surprised to find out it's a man. Ashland University's Colleges Against Cancer organization hosted the Pretty in Pink Fashion show Thursday, Oct. 21 in order to promote breast cancer awareness. Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) is dedicated to furtherin...

RAs offer advice to hopeful RA applicants

By: Christina Miadich

October 27, 2010

While many people may think that being a Resident Assistant is all about enforcing rules and living alone, there is much more to it than that. Applications to be an RA next year are due Nov. 19, and this year's RAs have insight for anyone considering the job. "One of the great things about being an ...

Ashland University helps out St. Jude

By Malorie Stines

October 27, 2010

For the fourth year in a row, Ashland University is promoting cancer awareness by working with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Finding cures and saving children is what St. Jude is all about, and thanks to the executive board here on campus, many donations have been made to benefit the research...

Clayton Haunted Basement works up a fright

By Brandon Barber

October 27, 2010

With Halloween rapidly approaching, there are a variety of events taking place on campus to celebrate the bone-chilling holiday. The Clayton Haunted Basement is a fundraising event that has been taking place since 2006, created to help out local charities while offering students a gripping scare. Jeffe...

AU prepres to celebrate Halloween

AU prepres to celebrate Halloween

By Natasha Cline

October 21, 2010

Halloween is sneaking up on us and there are many things going on around Ashland University that weekend. Peers Promoting Organized Wellness (PPOW) is sponsoring its annual Halloween dance, where there will be endless dancing and, of course, costumes are welcome. There are dancing awards for Best Male, Bes...

Community Care gears up for Service Week

By Glenn Battishill

October 21, 2010

Students hoping to get involved in the Ashland community need look no further than the upcoming Service Week, featuring 22 events with a variety of opportunities in different fields. Sponsored by Community Care, Srvice Week starts Oct. 23 and concludes Oct. 30. Community Care hopes that students will...