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SGA appointsnew senator

NKU’s Student Government Association appointed freshman Richard Washington to the Senate March 29.

Washington was recommended by SGA President Chris Pace, and was voted in unanimously. Washington’s appointment filled an empty hole on the Senate, which is now full with 30 senators.

Complex may accompany events center

NKU Foundation officials believe an office, hotel and retail complex may be opening in two years to “complement” the proposed special events center. The complex would be built on foundation land next to NKU’s main entrance to the Highland Heights campus.

Panhellenic Association wins award for campaign

The NKU Panhellenic Association received the Gamma Phi Beta Programming Award at the annual Southeastern Panhellenic Conference in Atlanta, Ga., March 27 for their “Sisters Wanted Campaign.”

With over 1,300 conference participants, Panhellenic also received a grant for $250 for their campaign.

“The goals of the program were to combat stereotypes about Greek life, promote [the] campus image of Greek life and to increase campus visibility of Greek life,” according to Tiffany Bellafant, assistant director of Student Life. To accomplish these goals, Panhellenic posted fliers with Greek life statistics, hosted the annual “Color Me Greek Party” and participated in Freshfusion in hopes of providing more information about sororities.

Panhellenic sorority sisters also had T-shirts made that advertised the “Sisters Wanted” campaign and welcomed residence hall students with balloons, cards and door hangers.

Panhellenic concluded the campaign with Safety Week, which the Residence Hall Association co-sponsored.

Banking seminarto aid students

NKU’s Human Resources/Payroll and Tax Department is sponsoring a Banking Basics seminar Monday, April 5, to inform students, faculty and staff about banking and money management. Held in the University Center room 303 from 12 to 1 p.m., the seminar will cover such topics as how to balance a checkbook, the difference between a debit card and a credit card and budgeting, according to Cathy Wisher, payroll specialist. U.S. Bank will provide lunch for all in attendance. Anyone who wishes to attend must RSVP to Wisher at 572-6137.

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