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Resources for research papers

By Kristen Yenny

August 15, 2013

You are sitting in class and your professor assigns your first research paper.  Your first reaction may be to groan and say, “How am I going to write that many pages or find that many sources?” Believe it or not, there are two places on the AU campus that can be tremendously helpful when writi...

Library forced to make cuts

By Teresa Williams

August 22, 2012

As a result of the tough economic times and lower university student enrollment last fall, the Ashland University library has experienced recent budget cuts similar to other organizations and departments on campus. Although some of the library’s resources were eliminated, the library strived to reduce the im...

Library Elevator traps three students

By Lindsay Cameron

February 23, 2012

When stuck in an elevator, some people think about nothing because they are unconscious. Racheal Breeden was stuck in an elevator for five minutes when she was 13 years old, and she passed out.Others’ thoughts run rampant. Terrion Saunders thought about his mom.Around 7 p.m. on December 5, Saunders and two ...

Coin collection is hidden treasure

Coins at the AU Coin Collection located in the Numismatic Center in the library.

By Glenn Battishill

February 24, 2011

Tucked deep within a forest of books, no pun intended, is a coin collection that overshadows that collection your grandfather has been showing you since you were a child. The Leo and Laura Thomas Numismatic Center is on the 6th floor of the library and houses one of the greatest and largest coin collections i...

Library gets a safer makeover

Library gets a safer makeover

By Glenn Battishill

October 7, 2010

Ever walked from Bixler to Founders and tripped going up the steep third staircase? How about the uneven pavement in front of the library? Facilities Management and Planning noticed and has been working to replace the library patio. Facilities Management and Planning Vice President Rick Ewing said the ...