The Northerner

VIDEO: Skyline Tavern’s role in NKU’s history

VIDEO: Skyline Tavern's role in NKU's history

February 26, 2016

Once a family's home, the building located right off of NKU's campus was converted into Billie's Skyline Tavern. The restaurant and bar has an established history for both students and local residents.

VIDEO: Loch Norse Magazine readings move locations

VIDEO: Loch Norse Magazine readings move locations

February 24, 2016

Loch Norse Magazine is a student-based literary magazine that's published yearly. In addition, they host monthly open mic nights that allow students to present their writing. The open mic nights have recently moved locations from Bow Tie Café in Mt. Adams to the Highlander Event Center in Fort Thomas.

VIDEO: Getting ready for the Career Expo

VIDEO: Getting ready for the Career Expo

February 22, 2016

The Career Expo aims to provide students with connections to businesses for internship and job opportunities. This video explores the different aspects of the event such as what to expect and how to be prepared. For more information about the Career Expo click here. To see what happened at last year's Career Expo click h...

VIDEO: Going bald for a cause

VIDEO:  Going bald for a cause

February 17, 2016

NKU Fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon raised money for St. Baldrick's Foundation by shaving their heads. Many of the fraternity brothers and members of other fraternities helped raise money prior to their shaving. St. Baldrick's Foundation helps with childhood cancer research.

VIDEO: International students showcase home country

VIDEO: International students showcase home country

February 17, 2016

On Thursday Feb 11, the International Student and Services (ISSS) hosted Global Showcase: India in Student Union 107. Global Showcase allows international students to present their home countries to both domestic and international students. During the lecture, graduate business informatics students Anusha...

VIDEO: Best-selling author begins series of events at NKU

VIDEO: Best-selling author begins series of events at NKU

February 12, 2016

"Dreamland," a best-selling novel published nearly a year ago examines the heroin epidemic that is affecting large portions of the country. Now, the author of "Dreamland," Sam Quinones, is participating in a series of events at NKU based around the book. The first was a writing workshop held in Landrum Ha...

VIDEO: App aims to help the homeless

VIDEO: App aims to help the homeless

February 4, 2016

There are many homeless people living on the streets of Hamilton County. Students at NKU recently developed an app called Street Reach that is designed to help the homeless find the resources that they need.

VIDEO: Students hope to sing their way to the Aronoff

VIDEO: Students hope to sing their way to the Aronoff

January 28, 2016

Northern Kentucky University hosted a preliminary round of a regional singing competition, Campus Superstar, on Jan. 25. Campus Superstar, sponsored by Cincinnati Hillel, gives college students with strong vocal abilities a chance to showcase their talent. The final competition will take place on April...

VIDEO: Students climb to new heights on bouldering wall

VIDEO: Students climb to new heights on bouldering wall

January 13, 2016

NKU students, including members of the NKU Vertical Frontier Climbing Club, are taking advantage of the recently opened climbing wall inside the new campus recreation center.

VIDEO: Sherehe ceremony recognizes African American graduates

VIDEO: Sherehe ceremony recognizes African American graduates

December 10, 2015

The Sherehe ceremony was hosted by the African American Programs & Services. It is a traditional ceremony held every semester that celebrates African American graduates. It is intended to recognize achievement with an African-focused ceremony. Students and peers also extend positivity and motivation...

VIDEO: Self-expression through tattoos

VIDEO: Self-expression through tattoos

December 7, 2015

Tattoos are a form of self-expression that allow people to show their uniqueness without ever saying a word. This video takes a look at several students’ tattoos, as well as a local tattoo artist to get their insight on tattoos and what they mean to them personally and society as a whole.

VIDEO: Class makes costumes for charity

VIDEO: Class makes costumes for charity

November 5, 2015

The costume construction class in NKU's School of the Arts has a special opportunity this semester. The class was given a Mayerson scholarship, a grant given by the Mayerson Foundation to groups who wish to make a difference in the community. With the money, costume construction professor Ronnie Chamberlain...

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