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Billy Keeney

Kaitlin Minniefield wants to bring diversity and awareness to SGA.

2020 hasn’t stopped these students

Students find ways to create, advocate and grow during the global pandemic

Now that the semester is in full swing, we wanted to highlight students who are making the most of their classes, organizations or hobbies during a pandemic. 

Many students’ summers and semesters were completely altered from the COVID-19 pandemic. Nevertheless, students still accomplished their goals during these times. We’re excited to show you eight incredible students who are all so talented in unique ways. 

We hope these students impress you as much as they impressed us. It’s always inspiring to see people passionate about the things they love, and these students truly are passionate about their talents. 

Enjoy these stories, and we hope you all find some inspiration.

Loch Norse Editor on female empowerment, uplifting writers
‘They see you as the blueprint’: student on being a teacher, mentor through cello lessons
Journey to starlight: dancer stays busy despite pandemic
Theatre student welcomed pandemic as opportunity for self discovery
Ally Niece embraces leadership role entering junior season for NKU WBB
‘Be brave’: NKU student wants diversity, representation on campus, SGA
Trevon Faulkner ready to lead NKU MBB as lone returning starter
A conversation about conservation: NKU student advocates sustainability on campus

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