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Student arrested for OMVI

Student arrested for OMVI

By Missy Loar

February 10, 2011

An Ashland University junior crashed into two parked cars in the Patterson lot while allegedly driving drunk early Saturday morning. According to Ashland City Police, Joseph Paulucci III, 21, 8380 Marcy Road NW, Lancaster, initially left the scene of the crash, but returned a short time later and wa...

Former AU student killed in Youngstown shooting

By Cody White

February 10, 2011

The 25-year-old student who was killed at a fraternity party near the campus of Youngstown State University early Sunday morning was a former Ashland University student. The Mahoning County coroner's office identified the student as Jamail E. Johnson, of Youngstown. Johnson, according to AU's Registrar...

Vandalism continues at Phi Psi house

By Missy Loar

February 10, 2011

More vandalism was reported at the Phi Kappa Psi house this past weekend when egg was discovered running down the front door Saturday morning. Last month, someone reportedly defecated on the floor in the Phi Psi house and poured laundry detergent and bleach on the floor as well, among other alleged a...

Vandalism not connected to CAB events, says Safety

Vandalism not connected to CAB events, says Safety

By Glenn Battishill

February 3, 2011

With many great student dances, comedians or other weekend activities comes the vandalism that can tarnish the event. Most recently, the basement in Clayton Hall was vandalized after the Campus Activity Board's glow party. Furniture was overturned, and laundry detergent and shaving cream was spread ...

Parking changes drives students to frustration

By Dan Shade

October 14, 2010

Despite changes in parking regulations and increased patrolling at night, Safety Services has reported that fewer tickets have been given out so far this year compared to previous years. This year, there were changes with the Amstutz and Bixler parking lots. Students are no longer permitted to park i...

CFA sees series of incidents; thefts and problems occurring frequently in building

By Cody White

October 14, 2010

The Center for the Arts building has seen a recent rash of thefts and vandalism, according to faculty and Safety Services reports. The door window to room 340, the digital art lab, was broken at 1:45 a.m. Sept. 25 while the door was locked, according to Safety Services. Days later, members of the journ...

Police crack down on jaywalking

By Dan Shade

September 30, 2010

Jaywalking is an issue that Ashland police have tried to tackle by starting to ticket students. Safety Services has also become aware of this problem, with many calls from local residents coming in complaining about students illegally crossing the street. "We receive at least one call a day from a re...

Police chase mail room worker

Cody White

September 20, 2010

A temporary Ashland University employee has been arrested for resisting arrest after being chased by Ashland police Sept. 2, according to the Ashland Police Department. Jerod Ramsay, who was hired through the mail room as a temporary delivery worker for the beginning of the year, was approached by p...