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What you missed at SGA: Reaching quorum, resolutions and initiatives

What you missed at SGA: Reaching quorum, resolutions and initiatives

Mildred Nguyen, Managing Editor November 28, 2022

The Student Government Association officially hit quorum at this week’s meeting with the appointment of two new justices to the Judiciary Council and two new members to the Student Senate. With the quorum...

NKU President Ashish Vaidya.

Outgoing NKU President Ashish Vaidya to receive $1.3 million

Mark Payne , LINK nky Reporter November 23, 2022

Outgoing Northern Kentucky University President Ashish Vaidya will receive $1.3 million in compensation after he and the university decided to mutually terminate his contract. This amount is about two...

NKU President Ashish Vaidya is departing from presidency on Dec. 19, 2022.

UPDATE: What’s next for NKU, why Vaidya’s set to leave – Board of Regents Chair speaks

Emily Sisk, News Editor November 22, 2022

NKU may be lucky to have an interim president lined out by the beginning of 2023, according to Board of Regents Chair Rich Boehne. While the board plans to move as quickly as possible over the next...

Einstein Bros. Bagels temporarily closed on Nov. 18 for the remainder of the semester.

Einstein Bros. Bagels closes up shop for the semester

Emily Sisk, News Editor November 21, 2022

What once filled Steely Library with the pleasant aroma of crisp, warm bagels and flavorful coffee is now replaced with roped-off demolition. Einstein Bros. Bagels closed its doors for the remainder...

Everything you need to know about NKUs budget deficit so far

Everything you need to know about NKU’s budget deficit so far

Mildred Nguyen, Managing Editor November 21, 2022

Northern Kentucky University announced an unexpected $18.7 million budget shortfall and the Reposition Plan to combat it at a budget and strategic meeting held Oct. 6. The news has rippled across the campus...

NKU’s Chief Financial Officer pursuing new job amid budget deficit

NKU’s Chief Financial Officer pursuing new job amid budget deficit

Emily Sisk, News Editor November 19, 2022

NKU’s Chief Financial Officer and Vice President for Administration and Finance Jeremy Alltop is seeking a new job, according to an article from Central Michigan University. Alltop, who only began...

NKU’s 2022 Annual Campus Security Report for 2021

Understanding sexual assault on NKU’s campus

Emily Sisk, News Editor November 18, 2022

NKU’s Annual Campus Security Report was recently released for 2021; the report is a 75-page document that ultimately displays statistics on crimes that were reported within the range of campus property....

“My wife jokes with me that I have no roots because I grew up in different parts of India,” Vaidya said. “My father was in government services, so I was in the north, the south, the east and west, and everywhere—if you know a little bit about India you would know that it’s very different.”

BREAKING: Ashish Vaidya departs from presidency at NKU

Braden White, Emily Sisk, and Mildred Nguyen November 17, 2022

President Ashish Vaidya’s departure from Northern Kentucky University was announced at a special Board of Regents meeting Thursday afternoon. Vaidya was voted in as president by the Board of Regents...

Callahan Hall, part of NKUs East Residential Village, reopened to residents this semester.

East Village residents face mold, unreliable elevators

Evan Bales, Contributor November 17, 2022

Residents of NKU’s East Village tackle daily university life, among other obstacles, in their dorm halls. NKU freshman Ethan Rice moved into Callahan Hall in the fall semester and encountered a grisly...

NKU student panelists speaking at Interfaith Week student panel about their religious affiliation. Left to right: Michaela Vogel, Nick Osburg, Chris Wallace, Mohammed Ali, Prerena Poudel and Matt Wallin leading the panel.

First-ever interfaith student panel kicks off Interfaith Week

Olivia Knabel, Contributor November 16, 2022

NKU’s first-ever interfaith student panel, hosted by the Center for Student Inclusiveness and Center for Student Engagement, took place Monday evening. Five panelists represented faith-based organizations...

Board of Regents meeting: Finances, repositioning, impacts on students and faculty

Board of Regents meeting: Finances, repositioning, impacts on students and faculty

Mildred Nguyen, Managing Editor November 10, 2022

The Board of Regents met with the campus community in two sessions Wednesday, Oct. 9, where they discussed and approved several items regarding the Reposition Plan to tackle Northern Kentucky University's...

Housing & AASI team up to bring communities together with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever screening

Housing & AASI team up to bring communities together with ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ screening

Moyo Mike-Adeogun, Contributor November 9, 2022

The Office of University Housing and the African American Student Initiatives (AASI) are coming together to bring their members a private screening of the anticipated 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’...

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