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SGA plans to improve university brand

February 7, 2013

A plan to help further progress NKU’s sense of individuality and school spirit is in the works by the university’s Student Government Association. The plan, a resolution presented for the first...

Phi Alpha Delta partakes in Polar Plunge

Phi Alpha Delta partakes in Polar Plunge
February 7, 2013

Through the snow and the cold, eight members of the Phi Alpha Delta Hoffman Chapter from the Chase College of Law and their team participated in the 2013 Polar Plunge to raise money for the Special Olympics...

Local attractions create influx of job opportunities

February 7, 2013

Between the numerous grand openings of establishments in downtown Cincinnati and the approaching summer season that is sure to bring big business to some of the area’s popular attractions, job seekers...

Valentine’s activities abundant in area

February 7, 2013

If your Valentine’s Day dinner usually ends in the blaring sound of the smoke detectors going off on account of your badly burned pot roast, then maybe a romantic evening at home isn’t the best option...

Green initiatives on campus on the rise

Green initiatives on campus on the rise
February 7, 2013

The impact of the eco-friendly programs on campus may appear minor to an outsider. If you were to get a look at what goes on behind the scenes, however; you would begin to see the bigger picture of what...

Networking for the future is UCAP’s goal

February 7, 2013

College is a time to get out there, meet new people, form relationships and experience new things. You always hear “get involved,” but what does that truly mean and how do you do it? This idea is also...

Baseball team at top of A-Sun players

February 7, 2013

Five NKU baseball players have been named top players to watch in the Atlantic Sun Conference by the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. All of them are returning players from last year who helped the team...

Internet piracy ‘not as big of a problem’

Internet piracy 'not as big of a problem'
February 7, 2013

There are certain entertainment staples that college students find difficult to survive without: television shows, movies and music. Rather than pay for this media though, some students choose to download...

Six@Six lecture returns with ‘Wobbly Atoms’

January 31, 2013

Six@Six lecture series returns to the tri-state area with “Wobbly Atoms,” a demonstration about how atoms are constantly moving inside of all solid objects. NKU associate physics professor Matthew...

How to save money on a college budget

January 31, 2013

Budgeting may seem simple, income vs. expenses and when they’re due, but for some college students, and people in general, budgeting can be a struggle. It may feel like you’re already standing in...

Weather, parking slowed field construction

Weather, parking slowed field construction
January 31, 2013

Construction of the intramural fields at NKU has come a long way from a simple student request to the project becoming a reality with the start of renovations. The project with the intramural fields...

Technology to improve after open forums

Technology to improve after open forums
January 31, 2013

As technology continuously spreads throughout the campus and into the lives of the NKU community, the Office of Information Technology is hosting a series of open forums to allow faculty, staff and students...

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