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Ashland University Receives $1.7 Million in Ohio Budget

Earlier this week, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed the state’s $75 million biennial budget bill, clearing the way for significant funding for three Ashland University projects.

Receiving the go-ahead was $487,925 for the Jack Liebert Military and Veterans’ Resource Center project; $654,250 for the University’s Correctional Education and Expansion program; and $591,750 for the Ashland University Center for Addictions.

Ashland Poetry Press publishes Mills's lyrical meditation on slavery in the North

Although nearly always thought of as the nickname for New York City’s financial district, Wall Street started out as just that – a wall.

And it was built largely with early 17th-century slave labor, stretching from river to river and thought by Dutch settlers to be a good way to keep out not only the natives, but the English as well. Within just decades, though, Wall Street was the site of the first slave market in what by now had become the growing city of New York.

Kids can explore other cultures, while never leaving Ashland

The Ashland University ACCESS program will offer local experiences in other cultures for children and teens this summer.

All international day camps offered in Ashland will be held at 930 Claremont Avenue from 9 a.m.- 12 p.m. Drop off will be at 8:50 a.m., and pick up will be at noon. The cost for each camp is $150. Each camp will offer an immersive cultural experience.