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The Student News Site of Ashland University

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The Struggles of Being Vegetarian/Vegan at AU

Aliyah Sheppard, Multimedia Editor September 24, 2021

As the restaurants on campus open back up to full capacity and full service, many students go to the two big dining places: Convo and Eagles Nest. You will always see students in these locations eating...

DEBATE: INDIANS NAME CHANGE

Gracie Wilson and Ben Voelker September 24, 2021

GUARDIANS GRACIE WILSON It doesn’t take a keen sports eye to see the debates stemming from Cleveland Baseball this summer. On July 24, the Cleveland Indians announced they would be changing...

IMA Accounting Club shares importance of connections for earning a career

IMA Accounting Club shares importance of connections for earning a career

LIindsey Crone, IMA President March 30, 2021

The AU IMA accounting club hosted an internship panel this fall. The link to view it is https://youtu.be/iZAFio91cMw.  We had four student panelists with a variety of experiences at different companies...

Views from The Valentine on Broadway in Nashville.

Rooftop rivieras and friends in low places

Gracie Wilson, Collegian Managing Editor March 26, 2021

Music City. The Athens of the South. The capital of Christ and Country. Nashville, Tennessee.  A weekend in Nashville was certainly the cure for the no spring break blues and a perfect way to get off...

The Pan-African flag created by Marcus Garvey and photoshopped by Chante Rutherford.

Column: A look into Black History Month

Chante Rutherford, Reporter February 19, 2021

Every February marks the start of Black History Month. This is a recognition that many classrooms, companies, and cities around the country have begun to celebrate.  The celebration is on account of...

Valentines Day is Sunday, Feb. 14

Valentine’s date night: COVID-19 edition

Gracie Wilson, Collegian Managing Editor February 10, 2021

We all know that COVID-19 has thrown a wrench in the plans since about this time last year. Birthdays, Summer vacations, Thanksgiving dinners and Christmas gatherings all looked different or did not take...

Logan O’Lasky prepares for a class in Founder’s Hall with Dr. Vaughan.

YES v. NO: Do you feel safe coming back to campus?

Nick Stupka and Katie Foster February 5, 2021

YES (written by Nick Stupka) As students continue their studies through the pandemic, some may worry about their safety and wellbeing while being on campus and going to face to face classes. But as...

Best of Halloween’s classic films

Best of Halloween’s classic films

Alayna Ross 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...

People are using outdoor spaces to chill out with friends while remaining socially distanced.

How to stay social during a pandemic

Cass Tolliver September 3, 2020

It’s no secret that COVID-19 has made life, and in turn, college completely different from normal. In order to have a safe and healthy school year on campus, it is crucial to follow the Health Department’s...

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.

Academics vs. sports: a constant fight

Christine Jenkinson, AU-LIVE BREAKING NEWS REPORTER September 3, 2020

The war between academics and sports starts in high school. Every year at my high school when the time rolled around for varsity letters to be handed out, there would be a fight between music groups such...

How to stay busy during quarantine

How to stay busy during quarantine

Cass Tolliver March 19, 2020

Due to the recent outbreak of Coronavirus, many people are staying home in quarantine to prevent the spread of the virus. While this is an effective way to keep citizens more safe and healthy, quarantine...

How to hit the road on a budget this spring break

How to hit the road on a budget this spring break

Cass Tolliver March 5, 2020

“If we were meant to stay in one place, we’d have roots instead of feet,” Rachel Wolchin once said. Traveling is typically seen as a privilege in our society, but it does not have to be as expensive...

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