The Northerner

Forensics frenzy

Robin Hampton

January 10, 2002


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The word "forensics" usually brings thoughts of dead bodies, surgical gloves and police tape to mind. However, Northern Kentucky University's speech team wants to change that image. Forensics, as it relates to the speech team, is an adjective meaning relating to formal debate. And it seems that the tea...

SGA – The results are in

January 10, 2002


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Stacey SuttonSenate Chris Pace159 Cheri Taylor149 Jenny Rasp148 Regina F. Nelson147 Abby Bentley145 Laura Fischer139 Mia Connor134 Eric Fegan132 Jamie Solomon124 Bryce Rhoades122 B. Mohamedali121 Tom Gilliam118 Jeff Weier118 Heather Burns117 Debbie Davis116 Judicial Council C. Robinson, Sr.189 Lind...

One man’s view from the other side of the bar

Dan Hengehold

January 10, 2002


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Going out on the weekends for an all night bender is one of the few things we do well in this area. But as you're waking up around the crack of noon, wanting to shave your tongue from all the cigarettes you only smoke when you're drinking, try and think back to what happened last night. Working off and o...

Adult learners promised more attention

Susan Bartels

January 10, 2002


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The call is going out to the community

Many students claim ninjas scare them

James Proffitt

January 10, 2002


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Northern Kentucky University students have recently been expressing great fears concerning our campus. Many feel that it is only a matter of time before NKU will be attacked by angry ninjas who are bent on destroying the entire campus, and possibly those in it. This paranoia has come to be known as "n...

Norse Hoops

January 10, 2002


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The basketball season started last Saturday with the Norse battling against UC. See the Sports Section for a preview of upcoming games, the season's new players and the men's and women's chances for championship seasons.

Team NKU lobbies for more money

Jenny Plemen

January 10, 2002


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Student lobbyist are pounding the ears of state legislature members in an effort to get equal funding for Northern Kentucky University. Team NKU, first formed in 2000 during the Chris Boggs administration in the Student Government Association, has over 200 members who devote themselves to lobbying Kentucky'...

Freshman may have to live on campus

Scott Wartman

January 10, 2002


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By the fall of 2003, a proposed freshmen housing policy seeks to require freshmen students whose home is outside commuting distance of Northern Kentucky University to live on campus. With this policy, the administration hopes to boost retention, said President James Votruba. Votruba asserted that stud...

Hoxworth blood drive today in UC 108

Karen Andrew

January 10, 2002


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Once again, a local organization is looking for blood from the Northern Kentucky University community. The Office of Student Life will hold a blood drive on Wednesday, Nov. 14 in the University Center, room 108. With the holiday season just around the corner, more blood donations are needed, said Moll...

Cottrell says she’s ready to lead team

Bruce A. Reller, Jr.

January 10, 2002


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The Northern Kentucky University women's basketball team has been to two NCAA Division II Final Four's over the last three years, and they won their first National Championship two years ago. With all the team's success, there has been one consistent player who has helped lead the Norse to the top of t...

Women return to Final Four

Shelly Kunz

January 9, 2002


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The lady Norse defeated Truman State University, 2-0 in the elite eight game played Sunday Nov. 17 at Kirksville, Mo. to make their third straight trip to the NCAA division II final four game. The Northern Kentucky women now (22-1) is ranked fifth in the NCAA II final poll, while competitor UC San Di...

Shakeup in new AP poll, but Miami still No. 1

Richard Rosenblatt

January 9, 2002


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Losses for Nebraska and Oklahoma turned into big gains for Florida, Texas, Oregon and Tennessee in the AP media poll. While Miami (10-0) was a near-unanimous choice at No. 1 in The Associated Press Top 25 on Sunday, Florida moved up to No. 2, Texas to No. 3, Oregon to No. 4 and Tennessee to No. 5. Ne...

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