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For one former student, the price was just too much

By Dan Griffin

April 25, 2012

It’s no secret that Ashland University is an expensive school, but for some students, the question is whether or not the experience is worth the price. Many students love AU; others can’t wait to leave. Regardless of stance, this price impacts every student. Cleveland resident Jeff McNerney was ...

University awaits retention data, finances are main concern

By Cody White and Lindsay Cameron

January 20, 2011

As classes resume for Ashland's spring 2011 semester, the school faces a yet-to-be-determined rate of students returning from the previous semester, which saw the beginning of a retention drive announced by President Dr. Frederick Finks and led by Student Success and Retention Director Kathy Stone. Accord...

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...

Film club seeks ‘reel’ experience

By Ethan Greenberger

September 30, 2010

By day, they focus on class. By night, they focus on "Adjusting Focus," a Web series created by a handful of Ashland University students who wanted to try their hand at making a sit-com. Sophomores Glenn Battishill, Dan Griffin, Jeff McNerney, Kristina Hoskins and senior Brad Eustathios started the c...