Young musicians build friendships at NKU music program

Brittany Smart, Contributing Writer

February 5, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life, Campus Arts

The summer programs sponsored by NKU’s Music Preparatory Department are teaching musicians of all ages a variety of skills that encourage them to develop their talents and love of the arts. All... Read more »

“Lone Survivor”: “Saving Private Ryan” for the Call of Duty Generation?

Robert Huelsman , Video Editor

January 29, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life, Reviews

I tend to avoid reading reviews of movies I have not seen. I prefer to read what others have to say after I have my own opinion. However, sometimes the hype for a movie is inescapable, as is the case with Lone Survivor.... Read more »

Student battles bouts of homelessness to pursue dreams of rapping, higher education

Brody Kenny , Contributing Writer

January 23, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life

When Jimmie Reynolds was 11 years old, he wrote his first song. At age 16, his first track “To Mickey D's” was recorded. Now at 21, the junior integrative studies major has recorded two albums, performed live... Read more »

“Her” Prioritizing between video games and internet porn

Robert Huelsman, Video Editor

January 22, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life, Campus Arts, Reviews

I like Michael Bay movies. Right about now you are asking what that has to do with “Her.” You are correct in thinking it means absolutely nothing, except that if you take exception to this review, just remember... Read more »

Student uses scholastic skills to better his coffee brewing business

Matt Spaulding, Staff Writer

January 22, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life

Omar De La Cruz runs XIX Ambar, a coffee bean distribution business, with his father Franklin De La Cruz. While the company was started to benefit themselves, it was also started to benefit those who grow the beans... Read more »

Band Symposium gives great experience to aspiring musicians

Brittany Smart, Contributing Writer

January 22, 2014

Filed under Arts & Life, Campus Arts, Campus Events

Applause erupted from the crowd as the 7th Annual Tri-State Band Symposium came to a close with the resounding notes of Edwin Goldman’s “The Chimes of Liberty.” This performance, directed by... Read more »