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“It flipped the switch for me”: Marketing classes unveil the world of content creation and consumer insights to students

“It flipped the switch for me”: Marketing classes unveil the world of content creation and consumer insights to students

Emily Sisk, News Editor November 2, 2022

Imagine taking a course in which creating content to post on an NKU-themed Instagram and TikTok page is one of your most significant duties. Or a class where you work for a huge company like Kroger...

Photo provided by Jørgensen of himself playing

Jørgensen’s Journey: From injuries, surgery and COVID to captaincy

Emmanuelle Hewson, Contributor October 13, 2022

Stian Jørgensen, a native of Oslo, Norway, joined the NKU men's soccer team in 2018 as a central defender. The Norwegian’s love of soccer began at age five, with him crediting his love for the game...

A look upon Greaves Concert Hall from the stage vantage.

SOTA Music Program prepares to kickoff fall concerts

Killian Baarlaer, Arts & Life Editor September 28, 2022

Every semester, NKU’s School of the Arts hosts a series of concerts with ensembles of different sizes and styles taking the stage to showcase various areas of music studies in the program.  This...

2021-22 Basketball Preview: NKU Basketball is Back

2021-22 Basketball Preview: NKU Basketball is Back

Matthew Dietz and Brendan Connelly November 8, 2021

It’s early November, and Norse fans know exactly what that means: NKU basketball season is back.  As the NKU men’s and women’s basketball teams kick off their seasons this week, The Northerner...

Taylor Musgroves self portrait for the @nkusocial Instagram account.

SOTA artist discusses recent projects

Kiley Steiner , Contributor April 18, 2021

Noelle Stevenson. Mel Springer. These names may not be familiar to some, but for Senior Visual Communication Design (VCD) Major Taylor Musgrove they serve as inspiration for her own artwork.  Musgrove...

ART 317 student Kaila Hicks brings greenery inside to practice studio photography.

NKUsocial Instagram serves as unique place for student artists to share work

Kiley Steiner , Contributor April 18, 2021

Assistant Professor of Photography Rachael Banks has created a unique space for the students at Northern Kentucky University who take her ART 317 class: Web and Social Media for Artists to share their...

Norse Violence Prevention Center hosts Take Back The Night

Norse Violence Prevention Center hosts ‘Take Back The Night’

Autumn A. Howard, Reporter April 14, 2021

The Norse Violence Prevention Center (NVPC) Peer Ambassadors hosted a two-part “Take Back The Night” event Tuesday evening. About 20 people virtually attended the first part of the event that featured...

How has the pandemic affected healthy eating and wellness?

Autumn A. Howard, Reporter April 14, 2021

Lyndsay Barto, a registered dietician for Realize Wellbeing, occasionally helps Northern Kentucky University’s (NKU) Director of University Wellness, Kim Baker with assisting faculty and staff on...

New student organizations in a pandemic: Mattingly Brothers Garage

New student organizations in a pandemic: Mattingly Brothers Garage

Noah Schuler, Contributor March 29, 2021

This past year has made proper social engagement difficult for many students. Without the ability to gather in person,  Student organizations have had to adapt and adjust their activities to fit the...

New student organization aims to take action against discrimination on campus

Braden White , Contributor February 22, 2021

After protests sparked across the country last summer calling for racial justice, five students within NKU’s English department agreed that there needed to be a statement not only on behalf of the...

Senate Bill 1 puts undocumented students at risk

Senate Bill 1 puts undocumented students at risk

Corinne Byrne, Assistant Arts & Life Editor March 5, 2020
Introduced in the Kentucky Senate on Jan. 7, Senate Bill 1 would prohibit sanctuary policies in the state. Sanctuary areas prevent law enforcement from questioning people on their legal status.
Karla Boldery created Latina Entrepreneur Academy in 2016.

Female entrepreneurs share their road to success

Rachel Smith, Reporter November 13, 2019
During the first annual Women's Entrepreneurship Week, NKU invited women of color to share their experiences as entrepreneurs with students and faculty.
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