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EDITORIAL: Why did I do school?

EDITORIAL: Why did I do school?

McKenzie Eskridge, Reporter May 4, 2018

Ask most students on campus why they came to college and the knee-jerk response is get a job that pays well that (ideally) we don’t hate. There are other expectations, too:  meeting new friends, exploring...

Club president Ryan Guard playing League of Legends.

Esports club gives competitive gaming a proper home on campus

Kane Mitten, Reporter May 4, 2018

They have the drive and dedication of athletes. They train for countless hours, play in scrimmages and compete in intercollegiate tournaments. They dedicate their time and energy to their sport, pouring...

Art by Chloe Collins

SOTA seniors’ art comes from introspection.

Chelsea Livers-Gowdy, Reporter April 27, 2018

  The School of the Arts is a place on campus where students discover their passions and turn them into art. Senior Chloe Collins, who is pursuing a BFA in art, took a gender studies class that...

Farewell: Senior Arts & Life Editor Jude Noel

Farewell: Senior Arts & Life Editor Jude Noel

Jude Noel, Arts & Life Editor April 25, 2018

Polarizing as its appearance may be, it’s my opinion that NKU is a beautiful place. I don’t think I realized it until now, taking the opportunity to revisit the past four years of my life, realizing...

Imagine feeling this relaxed. Don't worry; summer break is just around the corner,

GALLERY: Activities Programming Board brings petting zoo to campus

Emerson Swoger and Jude Noel April 25, 2018

If you missed the petting zoo that took over NKU's Science Center lawn yesterday morning, don't fret. Northerner photographer Emerson Swoger was able to attend the event, presented by Activities Programming...

Denhollander visited campus Tuesday to speak as part of Take Back the Night.

Rachael Denhollander takes back the night

Denhollander, an advocate for victims of sexual abuse and a Time 100 honoree, was the first woman to publicly accuse Michigan State doctor Larry Nassar. She came to campus on Tuesday to share her story.
Kane Mitten, Reporter April 23, 2018

“The most powerful thing you can do with your voice is speak the truth to a society that often does not want to hear it,” Rachael Denhollander said to over 75 students in the University Center ballroom...

Editor's Chat: Rick Meyers

Editor’s Chat: Rick Meyers

Jude Noel, Arts & Life Editor April 18, 2018

Editor’s note: This feature is part of an ongoing series of profiles catching up with Northerner editorial alumni, in honor of NKU’s 50th anniversary. When Rick Meyers first stepped on campus in...

Family Divided: Diane Guerrero speaks on memoir, immigration

Family Divided: Diane Guerrero speaks on memoir, immigration

Pavel Klementyev, Reporter April 17, 2018

Diane Guerrero—known for her roles as inmate Maritza Ramos on the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black and Lina on Jane the Virgin—spoke at Northern Kentucky University about her recent memoir, In...

NKU's annual Open Mic Night took place in the Multi-purpose room this year.

Pride Week Open Mic helps student artists make their voices heard

Kane Mitten, Reporter April 8, 2018

Nearly every seat available in the Student Union multi-purpose room was filled Tuesday night as students, parents, and friends came to support the lineup of artists and poets at the 5th annual NKU Open...

Student-organized walk raises money for suicide awareness

Student-organized walk raises money for suicide awareness

Kyra McClendon, Reporter April 8, 2018

According to Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (SAVE), suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in America for all ages. Over 38,000 Americans die from suicide each year, which equates to one every...

International Student Union dinner rolls out the red carpet

International Student Union dinner rolls out the red carpet

Pavel Klementyev, Reporter April 4, 2018

On April 7th, International Student Union (ISU) and ISSS will host their annual International Dinner and Talent Show to represent and engage a rich diversity of NKU students from over 50 countries with...

'Let Our Loss Be Heard': Dance 18 piece examines race and American history.

‘Let Our Loss Be Heard’: Dance 18 piece examines race and American history.

McKenzie Eskridge, Reporter April 2, 2018
The notion that art can express ideas, concepts and emotions seemingly impossible to grasp conversationally is nothing new, but the truth of the cliché struck souls in one of Dance 18’s feature pieces, Let Our Loss be Heard.
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