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... Read more »

Students focus on freedom

Brianna Bodine

December 8, 2004

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Nicole JonesNicole Jones"There's one of my girls!" "Another bus is here."... 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... Read more »

Faculty may drop no-shows

Sarah Loman

December 8, 2004

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Make sure you set your alarm clock correctly on the first day of class next semester. If you don't show up, you could find out that you've been dropped from the class. The Professional Concerns Committee (PCC) of Northern... 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... Read more »

Housing sends warning letters to file sharers

Stuart MacKenzie

December 8, 2004

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University Housing issued letters Dec. 1 to certain Northern Kentucky University students believed to be illegally downloading copyrighted material in their dorm rooms. The letters, signed by Director of University Housing... 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... Read more »

Campus Briefs

December 8, 2004

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Student dead at 24 Nathan Seiter, an NKU student, died in a single-vehicle crash Nov. 30 at 5:51 a.m. Seiter, of California, Ky., was on his way home from work at DHL Worldwide Express, where he worked the third-shift.... 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... Read more »

Graduation 101

Jonathan Divita

December 8, 2004

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KRT CampusKRT Campus* Graduates should arrive no later than 8:30 a.m. on Saturday,... 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,... Read more »