The Northerner

Campus housing changes ways, eliminates confusion

Scott Wartman

January 22, 2002

Scott WartmanWhen junior Jonathan Jackson moved into his one-bedroom Woodcrest apartment at the beginning of last semester, he found he wouldn't be sharing the small living space with just one roommate, but two people. Jackson said he wasn't given any notice of his additional roommate until he saw him ...

Sanders on pace to break scoring record

Elias Hajjar

January 22, 2002

Craig Sanders has the opportunity to break the school record for consecutive- game scoring in double figures, but he won't lose sleep if he doesn't make it. "It would be a nice accomplishment, but I'm not grinding my teeth over it," he said. "One day someone else will break it." Sanders started off the ...

Student advisors rewarded

Molly Corfman

January 22, 2002

On April 30th, two academic advisors will shine above the rest. For the first time, Northern Kentucky University will present The Outstanding Academic Advising Awards to two advisors who have shown excellence in their field. David E. Emery, director of the Academic Advising Resource Center and co-c...

Homecoming

January 22, 2002

King and Queen: Leslie Dorris and Carleon Robinson, Sr.; Kyle Black, Aleta Shaffner and Jennifer Rison paint their faces; Sorority members Tricia Record, Jessica Causey and Kim Precht show their school spirit in the form of a pickup truck; ...

Part-time program makes Master’s degree possible

Scott Ferguson

January 22, 2002

A newly proposed Master's degree program in Higher Education with an emphasis in Student Affairs has been negotiated between Northern Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky. The program was designed to help recruit and retain entry and mid-level staff who wish to improve their credentia...

North Poll

cudchery@aol.com

January 22, 2002

I do not have a story, just a question. Could you please tell me how to get the January 9th issue of the North Poll section. I missed getting a copy of it and can't seem to find it anywhere on the website. Thank you.

High grades linked to school involvement

Scott Wartman

January 22, 2002

The key to a high grade point average may involve participation in extracurricular activities, according to statistics from both the Student Life office and the Athletic department. The statistics show higher retention levels and GPA's among members of Greek organization and athletic teams. Figures ...

The Northerner

Solheime@nku.edu

January 22, 2002

I just want to ask one question, could this paper get any more rediculous? When I first started attending this school after a year at UK, I had heard that the Northerner was not the best of school newspapers. I must say, upon reading the January 16, 2002 edition, it is a full on embarrassment. Fi...

L. A. Center helps students excel in classroom

Veronica Anderson

January 22, 2002

Northern Kentucky University offers free services to help students insure academic success. The Learning Assistance Center offers academic tutoring, math assistance, and writing consultation. Paul Ellis, director of The Learning Assistance Center, said the center is not just for students in academic ...

Campus Closeup

January 22, 2002

Richard Boehne named NKU's 'Alumnus of the Year'Richard A. Boehne, executive vice president of the E.W. Scripps Company in Cincinnati, was honored as the Northern Kentucky University 2001 "Alumnus of the Year" at the annual Alumni Awards Banquet on January 18 at the Cincinnati Airport Marriott.The event r...

University groups unite at the Ky. State Capital

Susan Bartels

January 22, 2002

Susan BartelsIn an effort to bring varying elements together in a show of support for Northern Kentucky University and higher education, administrators, staff, board members and students descended on Frankfort Jan. 16 to showcase programs and advocate legislators. The theme of the day was "Partnerships fo...

Holocaust survivor shares message of courage

Cheryl Ritchie

January 22, 2002

Imprisoned during the Holocaust, a member of the Dutch resistance spoke to a Northern Kentucky University audience about what he learned on humanity, courage and hate. Cornelis Suijk's lecture, on Jan. 14, was entitled "The Meaning of Courage: The Holocaust and Mission Against Hate." More than 375 peo...

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