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The Student News Site of Ashland University

The Collegian


Sandra Day O Connor served on the Supreme Court from 1981 to 2006

What in the World Happened on this Day? ~ September 21

Nora Bacon, Columnist September 21, 2023

September 21 was an interesting day for human history.  In 1981, Sandra Day O’Connor was nominated to the Supreme Court as the first female justice.   In 1949, the Communist People’s Republic...

Letter to the Editor: We are writing in support of The Collegian

Letter to the Editor: We are writing in support of The Collegian

Dr. Amiel Jarstfer and Dr. Katherine Brown September 20, 2023

We are writing in support of The Collegian as a forum for open communication within our campus community. As student reporters and editors, you have demonstrated your exercise of freedom of the press...

Former adjunct instructor Ted Daniels has extensive experience in the world of Journalism with his work in The Indianapolis Star, Times-Gazette and, most recently, The Collegian, Ashland Universitys award-winning, student run and edited newspaper.

Editorial: Be a thorn in the side of the administration

Katelyn Meeks, Managing Editor August 30, 2023

The last words former adjunct instructor Ted Daniels left me with before departing the campus of Ashland University: “Be a thorn in the side of the administration.” That is what I will continue...

AU students stand in front of the Trevi Fountain in Rome, Italy.

Collegian reporters travel abroad to Italy this past summer

Brynn Meisse, Features Editor August 22, 2023

This summer Cade Cracas and I got to travel to Italy for Ashland University’s study abroad program.  For this program, I was required to take a humanities or art class during the spring semester,...

This is not the first year AU students have found success at the IBS awards as both AUTV-20 and 88.9 WRDL have been recognized before.

Students travel to Las Vegas for National Association of Broadcasting

Brynn Meisse, Features Editor April 23, 2023

Every year the National Association of Broadcasting holds a convention in Las Vegas. This convention brings in over 80,000 people from all across the world who have a passion for the growing field of...

Pandemic rejuvenation of the IMA Accounting Club

Mark Biltz, Columnist March 20, 2023

The Institute of Managerial Accounting Club (IMA) is an organization where accounting and finance students come together to benefit academically and professionally. They pull employers to campus for recruitment...

Poetry Write In: A Lust for Life

R.W Keating, Poetry Columnist March 12, 2023

Oh! how I wish for eternity. To live a life with complete surety That even you, would not leave Like so many others believe. That even in death, our vows Wouldn't have time to cloud The bond we shared...

Letter from the Editor- Taking care of your mental health

Brynn Meisse, Features Editor March 1, 2023

As midterms start to approach and the weather becomes a mix of spring and winter, I find myself struggling with my mental health. It’s challenging to find the motivation to complete my work and even...

Student Senate meets every Tuesday on the second floor of the student center at 9:30 p.m.

Students express concerns with recent cuts

Sean Repuyan, Design Editor March 1, 2023

Students on and off campus voiced their concerns with the recent bud- get cuts, leading to the letting go of about 20 staff members. Many have noticed the effect a budget can have on the student body...

Poetry Write-In: Uncertainty

R.W. Keating, Poetry Columnist February 17, 2023

Everybody has uncertainty And for us it’s clear to see We love so open, so knowingly But still linger the thoughts of uncertainty We’re each too doubtful to make a move But we’re each to faithful...

Poetry Write-In: Preserve

Prabesh Singh Sunar, Poetry Columnist February 17, 2023

All night long, I remember, how excitedly and truthfully, the heart of yours would stream the moist words into the parched heart of mine. I remember, how carefully you would water my vessel, and I wonder...

Poetry Write-In: Scarlet Sun

R.W. Keating, Poetry Columnist February 15, 2023

The scarlet sun shines it's hellish beams through the clouds It's devilish glow pierces the sky's blanket shrouds The people of the earth stare in awe At the shining light, with seemingly no flaw Yet...

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