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Memorial in honor of the eleven people who lost their lives on December 3, 1979 at the Who concert in Cincinnati.

Tragedy, growth and healing: The Who set to return to Cincinnati

Killian Baarlaer, Arts & Life Editor May 6, 2022

On December 3, 1979, an eager sellout crowd of 18,348 people gradually trickled into the walkways of Riverfront Coliseum, awaiting entry for a performance by rock band The Who. The show featured general...

Mariam Shaban reading her speech at the artist talk during the Juried Student Exhibition opening ceremony.

NKU’s BFA Senior Exhibition exhibits work reflecting cultural identity and perseverance Visuals:

Andrea Turner, Reporter May 4, 2022

   A tearful goodbye was in order for graduating senior Mariam Shaban as she took the floor during this semester’s BFA Senior Exhibition artist talk at Northern Kentucky University. Her exhibit...

Audiences will experience six unique dances.

Dance ‘22 Set to Take Back the Stage

Emily Sisk, Reporter April 22, 2022

Electric music, bold lighting and jaw-dropping choreography will hit the stage at the Corbett Theatre this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with Dance ‘22. This performance will mark the first dance...

NKU team with advisor (L to R): Dr. Abdullah Al-Bahrani, Kyle Nguyen, Aro Rajaonah, Bijay Rimal, Blake Weimer, Alex Kent, and My Doan

The Econ Games Provide Real World Experience for Students

Emily Sisk, Reporter April 15, 2022

The Econ Games presents a unique opportunity to NKU students interested in building a community, competing among other universities, and furthering their data analytics, economics and communication...

Students trying different Japanese foods in the Student Union.

International Student Union hosts World Bazaar event Monday

Braden White, Arts & Life Editor April 11, 2022

Snacks, language cards and other souvenirs are just a few of the things that you could find at the World Bazaar event hosted by NKU’s International Student Union Monday afternoon in the Student Union.  The...

Fear of missing out album cover.

Fear of Missing Out: Rhydakiid’s statement of comfort outside the comfort zone

Killian Baarlaer, Reporter April 9, 2022

Rhydakiid was at a frat party at Florida State University when he conceived the idea for what would become his debut studio project. The chaos and indulgence of the scene was one a lot of young adults...

Event executive board gathers on stage to conclude the event.

POSE: The Fashion Show showcases the power of fashion as a reflection of identity

Killian Baarlaer, Reporter April 3, 2022

On Saturday, April 2, the Student Union ballroom was imbued with confidence and cheer as the African Student Union hosted POSE: The Fashion Show, celebrating African culture, fashion and local designers.  The...

Cast members performing in the Greaves Concert Hall.

A Return of the Opera with “Signor Deluso”

Emily Sisk, Reporter March 31, 2022

Anyone seeking laughter and great entertainment can find precisely that at the “Signor Deluso” opera on Friday and Sunday in Greaves Concert Hall. Audiences can expect boisterous opera-style singing,...

E The Profit and Tanner Moeves began working together in 2020, creating music videos and kickstarting E The Profit’s career in music.

E The Profit is a Northern Kentucky local making noise in the local hip-hop scene

Killian Baarlaer, Reporter March 24, 2022

  Elijah Jouett – a 23-year-old hip hop artist from Northern Kentucky who goes by E The Profit– has lofty goals for his music career. Like many young people raised in the Northern Kentucky...

Light shines behind Victoria Legrand and she sings into the mic.

Beach House stops at OVATION for their Once Twice Melody Tour on Wednesday

Misti Hopper, Copy Editor March 3, 2022

On Wednesday evening, Beach House, an alternative/indie duo from Baltimore, Maryland, stopped to perform their 10th show on their Once Twice Melody Tour at PromoWest Pavilion at Ovation.  Beach...

Kasyn Tapia, Panhellenic Council President

A conversation with the new members of the Panhellenic Council

Amari Brandy, Assistant Arts and Life Editor March 2, 2022

During the fall of 2021, members of Kappa Delta, Phi Sigma Sigma and Theta Phi Alpha joined together to take on the new roles of President, Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Vice...

Graphic of the event designed by Prof. Natalie Tyree.

Luis Fitch Talks At Interconnected Design Lecture Series Event

Autumn A. Howard, Reporter February 25, 2022

On Thursday, NKU hosted the 4th Interconnected Design Lecture Series online through Zoom. The speaker of the event was Luis Fitch, the founder of UNO Branding. He is also an artist, designer and entrepreneur....

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