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BREAKING: Dangerous incident reported near Truist Arena, all clear given

BREAKING: Dangerous incident reported near Truist Arena, all clear given

Emily Sisk, Editor-in-chief May 21, 2024

A “dangerous situation” was reported at Truist Arena at approximately 7 p.m. Tuesday night, according to a Norse Alert. Police responded to a domestic incident involving a knife, a later message said....

Administrators from NKUs College of Education presented a check to Beechwood High School students on Tuesday to help them attend a national competition.

NKU College of Education helps send local high schoolers to national competition

Emily Sisk, Editor-in-Chief May 9, 2024

A unique partnership between Northern Kentucky University’s College of Education and Beechwood High School will allow eight high school students to attend a national competition in Washington, D.C. this...

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...

Dr. Cady Short-Thompson exits the presidential installation in Truist Arena on Friday.

“It’s about time”: NKU holds inauguration for first woman president

Emily Sisk, Managing Editor April 26, 2024

Dr. Cady Short-Thompson was officially celebrated as Northern Kentucky University's seventh president in a packed house at Truist Arena Friday afternoon. The president was welcomed with multiple standing...

Jeff Hans was named NKUs next womens basketball coach earlier this week.

Next NKU women’s basketball coach comes home

Matthew Supinger, Contributor April 24, 2024

"We look forward to creating a positive culture through integrity, trust and gratitude that will lead to success on the court, in the classroom, and in the community." This was the new NKU Women’s...

Salmon P. Chase College of Law and  the NKU branch of the UK College of Medicine are set to move to Covington.

State gives NKU, UK $125 million to move law school, med school to Covington

Killian Baarlaer, News Editor April 22, 2024

The Kentucky General Assembly will allocate $125 million in one-time funds to Northern Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky for a new collaborative campus in Covington to house Chase...

Short-Thompson became NKUs seventh president back in September 2023.

What’s the presidential inauguration? Here’s what you need to know

Braden White, Editor-in-Chief April 22, 2024

A tradition for NKU and many other American universities—the presidential inauguration is a formal academia event that celebrates the past and looks toward the future of what lies ahead for a university's...

Norse Marketplace will take place on April 23 from 11-5 p.m.

50 tables, student small businesses coming to Norse Marketplace

Emily Sisk and Henry Crawford April 22, 2024

50 tables featuring student small businesses, products for sale and campus organizations will be at Norse Marketplace on April 23. The event will run from 11-5 p.m. and will surround Loch Norse and the...

VIDEO: Norse World Report- Global affairs, UK lawsuit

Emily Sisk, Rachael Williams, and Jakob Staley April 18, 2024

On this week's Norse World Report, we'll take you through updates in the Iran and Israel conflict, a lawsuit against a Kentucky university, a new basketball head coach and more! Produced by: Emily Sisk,...

Sisk currently serves as The Northerners Managing Editor.

The Northerner selects Emily Sisk as the next editor-in-chief for 2024-25

Braden White, Editor-in-Chief April 11, 2024

Emily Sisk, a junior journalism major, will be serving as The Northerner’s next editor-in-chief for the 2024-2025 academic year.  Sisk, who currently serves as the managing editor of The Northerner,...

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