The Northerner

Fun things to do with a little money

James Proffitt

January 14, 2002


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It's the start of the Spring semester, and after Christmas, you may be a little tight on money. However, that doesn't mean that you should not still be able to go out and have fun. So just to help out those who are new to the area, or who may have forgotten about a few of the things this area offers, he...

Wheel of chance could give student royal status as queen

James Proffitt

January 14, 2002


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Beth Coppock, Jessica Moore, Kristin Stoner, Caryn Willian, Bethany MooreEvery year, the world famous Kentucky Derby holds a contest involving over one-hundred young women to select its yearly Derby Queen. This year, Northern Kentucky University senior Kristin Stoner is one of five finalists eligible...

Did you hear the one about…

James Proffitt

January 14, 2002


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You'd think by the time we left junior high, most people would have given up the he-said she-said gossip routine. When we got to high school, we found out we were wrong. Many had, though clearly not everyone. When we got to college, you'd think that even more people would have abandoned the gossip dr...

Seniors bring talent, drive to the floor

Jerry Perry

January 10, 2002


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"To be the best team we're capable of being"

Loss of last season’s key players a hurdle for NKU women

Elaine Koenig

January 10, 2002


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A tough task awaits the 2001 women's basketball team in filling the basketball shoes of last year's four senior starters. Those starters, Michelle Tuchfarber, Heather Livingstone, Julie Cowens and Jessica Jenson left two starting guard positions, a starting forward position and a starting center position ...

Stowers eager to prove team critics wrong

Elias Hajjar

January 10, 2002


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Many experts are overlooking the Northern Kentucky University men's basketball team in the upcoming season, but Brenden Stowers and company look to get their attention. Stowers, a 6-foot-2 junior guard from Covington, is a player on the rise for the Norse. His unselfish role on the team last year he...

Young talent ready for action

Bruce A. Reller, Jr.

January 10, 2002


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The Northern Kentucky University men's basketball team aims for a second shot at the NCAA Division II Tournament. The Norse made it deep into the NCAA Division II Tournament last year, losing 58-56 to eventual National Champion Kentucky Wesleyan College. "In that tournament, on the floor (at Ky. Wesley...

Norse win first-round NCAA Tournament game vs. Ashland

Shelly Kunz

January 10, 2002


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The lady Norse once again seek no mercy on their opponents, beating Ashland University Eagles with a 4-0 shutout Wednesday, Nov. 7 on Ashland's home turf. Ashland took a beating from the Norse who came out determined to prove they indeed are the number one team in the nation. Despite NKU's third seed...

Femal athlete of the week

Elias Hajjar

January 10, 2002


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Northern Kentucky University's Cammi Welter, a sophomore from Cincinnati, is The Northerner Athlete of the Week. Welter has helped guide the Norse volleyball team to a 24-4 overall record and a perfect 14-0 Great Lakes Valley Conference record. Her 16 kills, 16 digs and .538 hitting percentage helpe...

Koenig breaks school record at CC tourney

Sarah Black

January 10, 2002


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On Nov. 3, the Northern Kentucky University men's and women's cross country teams competed at the NCAA Regionals in Kenosha, Wis. The women's team placed 12 out of 20, the highest a NKU team has placed at Regionals. The men, in the Great Lakes Region, placed 16 out of 20. Elaine Koenig, in her second ye...

Hot stuff? No, just a security nightmare

Jeff Miller

January 10, 2002


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Recently, I went on a little trip to New Orleans with some fellow students to go to a student media convention. The 15 of us knew that we were going to be searched at the airport, so we went two hours before our flight. Since we were in such a large group, Delta demanded to search us individually. Th...

A reader’s response to ‘Sugarcoating racism’

Chad A.Rankin

January 10, 2002


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The article written by Brian K. Powell achieved its stated aim

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