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March Madness comes to an end

By Christina Miadich

April 13, 2011

Never underestimate the motivation and desire of a team that wants a win badly enough. March Madness this year really proved that to all of its followers, since only one No. 1 seed was able to make it to the elite eight but then was knocked out by an eleventh seed. It is safe to say that no one on camp...

Two students reach out door-to-door through prayer

By Christina Miadich

February 3, 2011

In an attempt to promote Ashland University's Judeo-Christian values, two students have begun knocking on doors and offering to pray with their fellow students. Sophomore Paul Lattimer and junior Cory Smith came up with the idea so that they could spread religious ideas beyond the chapel. "We were looki...

AU cheerleaders and dancers guest perform at Cavs games

By Christina Miadich

November 18, 2010

This past week our very own Ashland University Cheerleaders and Dancers performed at the Cleveland Cavaliers game vs. the Atlanta Hawks. This is the third year in a row that they have had the privilege to perform at halftime for a Cavs game. "I think the girls did a fantastic job at halftime," head ch...

Housewright is alright with us

By Christina Miadich

November 3, 2010

"Every time Taylor Housewright takes the field, it is fun to watch him because you can see him grow during each game," Head Football Coach Lee Owens said. Housewright is a junior here at Ashland University and is the starting quarterback for our varsity football team. The week of Oct. 18, he was selected as ...

Biology student earns prestigious grant

By Christina Miadich

October 14, 2010

Karie Charlton, a senior at Ashland University, received a $3,500 grant from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency's Environmental Education Fund for her work in the field of biology. "I think I jumped up and down for about 10 minutes and called my entire family after I heard that I won it," Charl...

Club Lacrosse gets serious

By Christina Miadich

September 30, 2010

Women at Ashland University can now play lacrosse, the fast-growing sport that has been gaining popularity around the world over the past few years. Several students questioned why AU's Rec Center had a club lacrosse team for men but not for women. Starting last spring, sophomores Samantha Powell an...