Hot Seat with Brian Lewin

John Rasp

December 8, 2004

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BlueIn this week's Hot Seat, John interviews Brian Lewin. Brian is a sophomore forward on the men's basketball team. John Rasp: Which of the men's basketball assistants can you beat one-on-one? Brian Lewin: I can beat Coach ... Read more »

Men’s basketball splits weekend series

December 8, 2004

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BlueRENSSELAER, Ind. - Derek Smith and Pat Cary combined for

Women’s hoops records first win

December 8, 2004

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BlueRENSSELAER, Ind. - Nikki Perkins scored 20 points and dished out three assists as Northern Kentucky University snapped a season-opening five-game losing streak with an 83-70 win over Saint Joseph's on Dec. 4. Karyn Creager... Read more »

Race tight for Heisman

Zack Staten

December 8, 2004

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In 2004, NCAA football has seen a season of debates, arguments and controversy. Awarding the Heisman Trophy this year should be no different than the current theme. Unlike past years, the Heisman race is wide open and should go... Read more »

MLB needs drug testing

December 8, 2004

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With the recent revelations about the steroid use of Barry Bonds and Jason Giambi, there is speculation about the affect this will have on Major League Baseball. One thing is certain: whatever action baseball takes, it will b... Read more »

Synthesizers and horns fuse punk, jazz on Cougars EP

Chad Snowden

December 8, 2004

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Eight-piece, Chicago rock band, Cougars, have only been around a short time, releasing their debut LP Nice, Nice in 2003. Rigorous touring and word-of-mouth spread by the sonic brilliance of Nice, Nice, helped prove Cougars point aga... Read more »

Shop smart when buying holiday decorations

Jamie McIver

December 8, 2004

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Adam McIver It may be your first Christmas on your own, and you have to start on your very own collection of Christmas decorations. Don't let it put a dent in your wallet. Here are some great holiday ideas for college stude... Read more »

‘Romeo and Juliet’ actors adapt well to 1950s setting

Amy Ehrnreiter

December 8, 2004

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For the NKU Department of Theatre's rendition of "Romeo and Juliet," director Mike King chose to set the play in the 1950s to help the audience connect with the action happening on stage. The actors not only had to play charact... Read more »

Children exhibit LEGO creations

Katie Walker

December 8, 2004

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Playing with LEGOS has just taken on a whole new meaning. When some talented youngsters get together, they don't just build planes, trains and automobiles. They build robots; fully functioning, specially programmed robots. ... Read more »

Art grads say farewell

Kristin Koester

December 8, 2004

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After a long journey, nine senior art students can finally close the books for good. The soon-to-be Northern Kentucky University alumni have some of their best work displayed in the fine arts gallery. Mike Maydak, who has been e... Read more »

Tree Truths

Daniel Cooper

December 8, 2004

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Eric Draper1. How did the tradition of decorating evergreens at Christmas begin? The tradition of decorating evergreens can be traced back to ancient times in Rome and Egypt in celebration of the winter solstice. In 1510, the firs... Read more »

Santa exists in holiday spirit

Steve Funaro

December 8, 2004

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Dear Santa, My name is Steve Funaro, I am a young man that lives in Kentucky. I am sure you know who I am, I have been on your lists for quite some time now. It has been a while since I have written but I thought I could make up f... Read more »