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The Student News Site of Ashland University

The Collegian

The Student News Site of Ashland University

The Collegian

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...

Be Intentionally Uncomfortable

Katelyn Meeks, Managing Editor February 10, 2023

This past weekend, I attended a conference where I got to listen to an incredible speaker, and his name was James Lawrence, aka the “Iron Cowboy.” I am not always the biggest fan of motivational speakers,...

Poetry Write-In: History

R.W Keating, Poetry Columnist February 10, 2023

Is it deaths door that feels so peaceful Or is it the want of a great upheaval I need movement and change in my life Not something small or swift like a knife I sit alone with my dreams in hand Hoping...


One last time to pop the bubble

Katie Foster, Reporter December 11, 2022

Four years ago, being this close to receiving my diploma seemed so far off and unfathomable. Never would I have imagined these years would mean so much to me. I always call this college community I...

Poetry Write-In: “I have a friend who is stripped by the west”

Prabesh Singh Sunar, Poetry Columnist November 20, 2022

I have a friend who is stripped by the west-wind that sways—mostly teeters—her branches; and her crown, once ornamented with golden leaves, these days holds rusty jewels, if any. The leaves that used...

Importance of the phrase, “I’m proud of you”

Bryce Shafer, Design Editor November 16, 2022

“I’m proud of you”. It’s a phrase that seems so insignificant for most. Some might go months without saying it and others go even longer without hearing it. For most it’s not really anything...

Spoiler-Free Spooks: Halloween Ends

Wesley Seyfang October 31, 2022

You can't have a spooky season and your classic monster/slasher movies such as Friday the thirteenth, Chucky, Scream and Jeepers Creepers without mentioning one of the most iconic series that has been...

Poetry Write-In: The color of love (Incomplete thoughts)

Prabesh Singh Sunar, Poet October 27, 2022

Yesterday, I had a whim to inquire about the color of love; I had almost settled on red, for red is roses and roses are beautiful. Last night, I thought about this. "Love is not always beautiful." I...

LFTE: The Beauty of Conversations

Katelyn Meeks, Managing Editor October 11, 2022

Someone asked me the other day, what is the most beautiful thing that I had ever seen, and I had a hard time even answering the question. I mean I have been to many different places, even around the...

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Students claim excessive parking ticket offenses

Brayden Creveling, Reporter October 6, 2022

Ashland University students push back against Safety Service due to a recent increase in parking tickets given out campus-wide. Dave McLaughlin, director of Safety Services, believes the answer for...

Students express lack of options in student dining choices

Brynn Meisse, Features Editor September 28, 2022

Food is what fuels the human body, but several students are struggling to find food that they can eat due to gluten-free and vegetarian options being limited on campus. Senior Bria Meisse struggles...

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