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The ever-so-changing landscape of part-time faculty explained

The ever-so-changing landscape of part-time faculty explained

Braden White, Editor-in-Chief May 3, 2024

  The ever-so-changing landscape of part-time faculty explained Braden White, Editor-in-Chief Visuals by Hailey Roden From working in the corporate finance setting, to working as an illustrator...

Exhibition leads a path of education and awareness as students visually represent issues in the community through art

Exhibition leads a path of education and awareness as students visually represent issues in the community through art

Andrea Turner, Reporter April 26, 2022

The Juried Student Exhibition featured charcoal on raw canvas depicting an all seeing figure during the isolation of covid, a culmination of pieces emulating an artist’s reality with ADHD, and the uncomfortable...

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...

Students gather in the Health Innovation Center.

Back to School at NKU: New Opportunities and Adjustments

Northerner Staff September 3, 2021

School is back at NKU. After all the tribulations and adaptations that students, staff and faculty endured last year, NKU has resumed in-person operations throughout campus, and some students are experiencing...

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How NKU is moving forward during COVID-19

Northerner Staff April 30, 2021

Over the last year, NKU has had to adapt to virtual operations. Classes, appointments, meetings and even commencement were all virtual. Students, staff and faculty learned to adapt to the online environment...

Kaitlin Minniefield sits on a chair in front of an NKU sign. Shes wearing a white shirt with black dress pants. Her hands are crossed on her lap.

2020 hasn’t stopped these students

Northerner Staff October 27, 2020

Now that the semester is in full swing, we wanted to highlight students who are making the most of their classes, organizations or hobbies during a pandemic.  Many students’ summers and semesters...

An American flag with white text over it that says The Northerner 2020 Election Guide.

The Northerner’s Election Guide

Northerner Staff October 7, 2020

The 2020 General Election is approaching. Make sure you're ready to vote by educating yourself on the candidates, requesting an absentee ballot or planning to hit the polls. The Northerner created an...

Senior Theatre and Philosophy major Isabel Sleczkowski sits in her apartment where shes been quarantining since July.

‘I want to live past COVID’: students, alum explain what it’s like to have the disease

Natalie Hamren, Editor-in-Chief September 22, 2020

Read about two NKU students' and one alum's experience with COVID-19. Isabel Sleczkowski, senior philosophy and theatre BFA major, experienced severe symptoms that sent her to the emergency room twice. Emmy...

NKU has fully transitioned to an online university amid coronavirus concerns.

How COVID-19 affected NKU

Northerner Staff May 8, 2020

COVID-19 has completely stopped the world. Schools now operate online. Grocery stores are no longer open 24/7. Masks are strongly encouraged to be worn in public—even just for exercise. Coronavirus...

Women’s basketball starts Horizon League tournament with a 94-47 statement

Sierra Newton, Sports Editor March 4, 2020
NKU women's basketball team opened up the first round of Horizon League tournament play with a whopping 47 point win over Detroit Mercy. Four Norse brought in double digit performances.
Spring Theatre Preview

Spring Theatre Preview

Northerner Staff February 19, 2020

The theatre is meant to be a reflection of society. Good theater makes us laugh, cry or shout—but above all, it makes us think about the world we live in. NKU's School of the Arts comes together to...

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NKU v WSU: Who will end on top?

Sierra Newton and Makenzie Hoeferlin January 24, 2020
Wright State University (WSU) and Northern Kentucky University (NKU) hold the most intense rivalry in the Horizon League, starting in 2015 when NKU joined the league. NKU and WSU have fought back and forth for years, taking turns earning Horizon League titles and going to the NCAA championships. This intense, long-term rivalry began in July of 2015 when it was announced that NKU would be joining the Horizon League.
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