NKU band hoping that 2014 continues to be their year

Brody Kenny , Staff Writer

April 10, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life

Along the Shore didn't start this year, but 2014 just might be when the acoustic folk band really starts to take off. After a few hiatuses and lineup reconfigurations, NKU senior and EMB major Kyle Rhodes seems to... Read more »

Career Services discusses the relation between social media and your job search

Jessica Kopena, Staff Writer

April 3, 2014

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Career Services at NKU discussed the importance of modifying the social media sites people use while searching for a job on March 31. Jennifer Richmond and Lisa McElfresh, NKU career advisors, discussed changing your... Read more »

NKU hosts ‘Digital Transformations in News’ for students and staff

Nancy Curtis , Erin Mullins , and Matt Spaulding

April 1, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life, Campus Events

In a daylong event hosted at Northern Kentucky University, students and staff from both NKU and Western Kentucky University attended sessions tackling varying subjects in journalism from the use of data and visuals... Read more »

NKU professor rides through kayaking trip in India

Katie Smolkovich, Contributing Writer

March 28, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life, Campus Events

Daryl Harris, NKU professor of theatre and dance, presented “Kerala, India: Kayaking, Culture, and Cuisine, A Photojournal of a Phenomenal Journey” Wednesday in the Griffin Hall Digitorum. The presentation was... Read more »

NKU Greek organizations took root in ’70s and flourish today

Brittany Smart, Contributing Writer

March 27, 2014

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There are a total of 14 Greek letter organizations residing on campus this year who have been part of a trend that has been accelerating at a rapid rate in the past five years. A Growing... Read more »

NKU founder passes on his legacy to the next generation

Marc Kennedy, Staff Writer

March 27, 2014

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While all history professors have qualifications to teach their respective subjects in the classroom, few may know the history of the institution in which they teach at firsthand. However, for one... Read more »

NKU professor one of the first to teach at NKU

Courtney Ferguson, Contributing Writer

March 26, 2014

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Northern Kentucky University Regents  Professor Robert Wallace was in one of the first groups of professors to teach at NKU. Brief history of NKU Founded in 1968,... Read more »