The Northerner

Best of NKU and Cincinnati too

Scott Wartman

January 15, 2002


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After 20 years of helping small businesses get started, Northern Kentucky University's Small Business Development Center was named "best friend to mom-and-pop" businesses in the October Best of the City issue of "Cincinnati Magazine". Sutton Landry, SBDC's director for 15 years, said he was surprised...

One brother against another

Samantha Warner

January 15, 2002


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The world premiere of "Thy Brother's Keeper" by Ken Jones opened Oct. 25 at Northern Kentucky University's Black Box Theatre. The play is set in the year 1942 in the home of the main character, Scott Bentley, played by Freshman Andrew Bernhard. The action involves Scott remembering an earlier year with...

Juvenile crime… who’s responsible?

James Proffitt

January 14, 2002


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Is a person responsible for his or her own actions? In cases of juvenile crime, this often seems to be the question. When dealing with adults, aside from successful pleas of insanity, the answer to this question is an undeniable "yes." However, when dealing with minors, this question becomes far more...

River Run gives students on-campus easy access to many waterfront attractions

Rick Amburgey

January 14, 2002


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The new TANK bus route "River Run" does much more than give students an added convenience, it takes college life at NKU to a whole new level. Once upon a time, a student living on campus without a car had great limitations on places they could easily go on weekends and places they could work at. This ...

Letters to the Editor

Andrea Grigsby, Sophomore

January 14, 2002


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Dear Editor, I recently heard that there are approximately 13,000 students on campus this semester. I also recently almost heard the metal on my car's front end being crushed as a fellow student's car almost collided with mine in a mad dash to a parking spot on campus. Having been a student here at ...

Freedom issues addressed in online newsletter

Susan Bartels

January 14, 2002


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It's one of those ironic situations where an idea is discussed and then... voila! It comes together just when the subject matter becomes the talk of a nation. "The Freedom Chronicle," a quarterly online newsletter published by the Institute for Freedom Studies, made its debut a month and a half after the t...

Death of the New World Order shows U.S. vunerability

Sanjai Tripathi , OSU Daily Barometer (Oregon State U.)

January 14, 2002


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Parking violators towed at their own expense

Rick Amburgey

January 14, 2002


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WARNING: Committing a parking violation on Northern Kentucky University's campus may result in your car being towed. Jeff Butler, director of Department of Public Safety, said cars will be eligible for towing after a student accumulates three unpaid parking citations. Cars will only be towed when 10...

Cottrell breaks 22-year career scoring record

Bruce A. Reller, Jr.

January 14, 2002


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Stacey SuttonNCAA Division II Bulletin Player of the Year. Division II All-American. Most Valuable player of the NCAA Final Four. Those are just some of the awards and honors Northern Kentucky University women's basketball senior Michelle Cottrell has received during her basketball career. Now she can add...

‘Undoing racism’ goal: train leaders

Rick Amburgey

January 14, 2002


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The fourth annual Undoing Racism workshop, sponsored by Students Together Against Racism, will be presented Feb. 22-24 in Norse Commons. The goal of the two-and-a-half-day workshop is to prepare current and aspiring professionals for leadership in the community, said Cheryl Nunez, director of Affirm...

Women Norse find home court advantage welcoming

Bruce A. Reller, Jr.

January 14, 2002


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The Northern Kentucky University women's basketball team got back to its home roots for the first time in three weeks. The home atmosphere proved helpful as the Norse won their third game in a row, defeating the University of Wisconsin-Parkside 82-67 Thursday at Regents Hall. "It was nice to get a win...

Dr. King’s memory endures

Scott Wartman

January 14, 2002


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Two events scheduled at Northern Kentucky University to celebrate Martin Luther King day will explore the history of the civil rights movement in Kentucky and highlight a local civil rights leader. The first event, which takes place Jan. 17, brings local civil rights leader and pastor of the New P...

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