The Northerner

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...

Athlete of the week

Elias Hajjar

January 14, 2002


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Stacey SuttonNorthern Kentucky University's Amy Mobley, the 5-11 junior forward from Harrison, OH, is the Northerner Female Athlete of the Week. Mobley has been tremendous for the women's basketball team the past week, putting up huge numbers to help the Norse stay unbeaten in the Great Lakes Valley ...

Russian couple pirouette their way across the Ohio River

Rick Amburgey

January 14, 2002


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Two of the newest additions to Northern Kentucky University's full time faculty are Anna Reznik and Alexei Kremnev. The Russian couple, formerly principal dancers at the Cincinnati Ballet Company, will be teaching dance classes beginning this semester. They are teaching two classes. Their partner clas...

Join the party!

January 14, 2002


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Wednesday ------------------------- Start the homecoming extravaganza early at 8:15 a.m. today with a day-long photo scavenger hunt. Pick up lists of clues in the Student Life office, on the bottom floor of the University Center. Deadline for photos is Jan. 17. From 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m., play the Thin...

Rising theft on campus is costing the university

Scott Wartman

January 14, 2002


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Theft on campus in 2001 increased 28 percent from the previous year, costing Northern Kentucky University and its students a total of $63,000. Of the $63,000, $46,000 was campus property, most of which hasn't been recovered, said Jeff Butler, director of the Department of Public Safety. Thieves h...

Online class evaluations given test run; debut still uncertain

Cheryl Ritchie

January 14, 2002


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The Academic Standards Subcommittee continues their effort to design and implement an online system for conducting student course evaluations at Northern Kentucky University. The Learning System Advisory Committee and the Subcommittee of Professional Concerns are investigating different software to purcha...

Math and science get boost from grant to address shortage of teachers, low grades

Tiffany Lewis

January 14, 2002


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Rogers Redding, Phil Schmidt, Mitch McConnell and James Votruba.Sen. Mitch McConnell has secured $1.5 million grant for a partnership entitled "U2PMAST", between Northern Kentucky University and the University of Louisville. The grant is intended to aid research and education in both science and math...

Council offers students a chance to be heard

Jason Ellis

January 14, 2002


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The Student Government Association has created the Student Advisory Council to allow for input from every aspect of student life on the NKU campus. The council will be a way for student organizations to get their opinions out and offer them a chance to be heard. It will meet on the last Thursday of ever...

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