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Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher meets with a group of Ashbrook Scholars during her visit to AU in September 1993. One of the key benefits of being an Ashbrook Scholar is the opportunity to meet with speakers in private sessions. Thatcher was the speaker at the 10th John M. Ashbrook Memorial Dinner.

The Ashbrook Memorial Dinner speaker dilemma

Zoe Bogarty, Reporter November 17, 2022

For four decades, the Ashbrook Center has attracted an impressive array of prominent conservative voices to the Ashland University campus. From President Ronald Reagan, who dedicated the Ashbrook...

Rebeccah Heinrichs most recently spoke at the Ashbrook Memorial dinner after receiving the Outstanding Ashbrook Alumni Award.

Winter commencement speaker remains undecided

Katelyn Meeks, Managing Editor November 13, 2022

This story has been edited since Rebeccah Heinrichs is no longer the speaker for winter commencement 2022 The graduation speaker for the Winter Commencement 2022 has yet to be decided. According...

Ashbrook scholars listen intently to the speaker

What should the humanities do?

Katelyn Meeks, Managing Editor September 27, 2022

The Ashbrook Center held a colloquium on Friday, featuring keynote speaker, Dr. Eric Adler, a professor from the University of Maryland. In his speech, titled, “What Should the Humanities Do?”,...

Ashbrook Center gets $2.5 million grant

August 31, 2014

The Ashbrook Center at Ashland University has received a $2.5 million seed grant from the Ariel Corporation to expand its teacher education programs. This gift, given over two years, will enable Ashbrook...

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