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  • November 12DeWine announces potential closure of restaurants, bars, fitness centers in Wednesday press conference
  • November 6Russian leader, Putin, plans to step down next year, but denies claims of Parkinson's disease
  • November 6Biden holds a lead of 264 over Trump's 214 electoral votes as of 11 a.m.

Why Discord would have worked better than Zoom

November 13, 2020

Zoom has been one of the key applications in use during the pandemic due to it being the most familiar and most schools have it installed into their system already. But, with zoom being as old and outdated...

A time of togetherness, wherever that may be

November 13, 2020

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and it will be the first family-focused holiday being celebrated since the Coronavirus pandemic began to heighten earlier this year in March. This Thanksgiving,...

I’m voting for Joe Biden

October 19, 2020

I will be voting for former Vice-President Joe Biden in the upcoming election because he is a leader for the people. He has set himself as an example and a representative for the American people, and I...

I’m voting for Donald Trump

October 19, 2020

“The Pursuit of Happiness” The degradation of American politics began when we started looking at figurehead politicians to solve our problems; we no longer assumed our rightful place to better our...

Best of Halloween’s classic films

Best of Halloween’s classic films
October 19, 2020

With Halloween just around the corner, there is no better way to get into the spooky spirit than snuggling under a fluffy blanket, baking some delicious Pillsbury ready-to-bake pumpkin sugar cookies and...

Editor picks: Pumpkin places, spooky spaces

The Ohio State Reformatory, just off U.S. Route 30, is one of the most haunted places in America- making it a great stop for Halloween.
October 19, 2020

Pumpkin Head Pumpkin Patch This grab n’ go patch is a short distance from the Ohio State Reformatory. Visitors are encouraged to pick their own pumpkin from the vine, or select one of the many types...

High schools should not be playing fall sports

October 2, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly flipped my life upside down as it has with everyone else in the U.S. over the past six months. Uncertainty is the new norm and it seems as though aspects of our...

Student compliance to COVID-19 policy is sub-par

Residence hall bulletin board details COVID-19 regulations and policy on campus.
October 2, 2020

Ashland University has made it clear that the goal of a safe and healthy academic year throughout the coronavirus pandemic is envisioned by the “Stronger Together, Safer Together” initiative. This...

President Campo responds to questions about new athletic complex

The Niss Athletic Center is a 125,000-square-foot indoor athletic and activity center adjacent to the Dwight Schar Athletic Complex. It is scheduled for completion in late Spring 2021.
September 23, 2020

I would like to respond to some of the questions you raised in a recent opinion piece in The Collegian:     MY QUESTION FOR DONORS IS THIS: IF YOU ARE DEAD-SET ON GIVING YOUR MONEY TO A SCHOOL...

The ten dollar founding father leaves a mark on 2020

Lin-Manuel Miranda is the mind behind
September 18, 2020

They say, “history has its eyes on you” and that couldn’t be closer to the truth. History has certainly been keeping its eyes on us and 2020 will surely be one that reigns prominent in the minds...

May we never forget to remember

The AU community pays their respects to all who were lost on September 11, 2001.
September 11, 2020

Maybe I don’t have a lot of room to talk because I was only a year and a half old. Maybe it doesn’t matter what I say since I don’t actually remember anything about that day. Or, maybe four simple...

AU theatre alumni collect 102 signatures to display career success

September 4, 2020

Letter to the editor This letter is written and sent on behalf of the undersigned alumni of the Ashland University Theatre Department in response to President Carlos Campo’s quote in the news article...

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