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Emily Osterholz

Emily Osterholz, Arts & Life Editor

Year: Senior

 

Major: Journalism

Minor: Creative Writing

 

Hobbies: Listening to music, watching movies and read.

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Nate Larwa has enjoyed searching for Pokemon and relieving some of the stress of the elections.

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November 8, 2016
While augmented reality (AR) is fantastical, Pokemon Go is just a small step in the direction that AR will take over the next few years.

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August 28, 2016
Michaels has been trying to get more students to realize the hidden beauty behind the foods deemed as ‘ugly.’

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July 27, 2016
Rosa Michaels, NKU alumni, recently began working at Cincy Sprouts, sustainable starts for farm & garden. Here she sells plants and seedlings grown locally without the use of chemical herbicides, pesticides, or fertilizers.

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July 27, 2016
Tess Phinney, sustainability director, thinks that having the Community Garden is a great start to build a greener community. She plants her first ever tree, an American Persimmon.

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July 27, 2016
Smith (right) is planting a Pawpaw fruit tree. She considers a pawpaw to be more on the ‘ugly side of the spectrum,’ but said it’s still just as delicious and even though it’s not ‘pretty’ students shouldn’t get freaked out to eat it.

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July 27, 2016
Sydney Smith plants a Pawpaw tree, hoping to get more students excited to plant their own fruits and vegetables in the Community Garden. A Pawpaw is a yellow, sweet fruit similar tasting to an apple.

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July 27, 2016
Megan Clere and Abdulrazaq Alreshaidan present “The Diversion of Food Waste,” which is aimed out getting more students aware of the impacts of wasting food.

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July 27, 2016
celebration research

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July 27, 2016
Madeline Stine volunteers to work the community center station. Stine predicted Project COPE would be a powerful experience.

Learning how to COPE

February 22, 2016
Project COPE was created for simulations that show faculty and students some of the challenges families and students face when trying to balance their lives with poverty.

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February 22, 2016
Students deal with trying to arrive to class on time, get their assignments done, and study for exams. The Project COPE simulation lets faculty and other students get a chance to experience this.

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February 22, 2016
This is their logo. COPE stands for Cost of Poverty Experience.

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February 22, 2016
At the county human services station, a participant learns how college students deal with living in poverty.

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February 22, 2016
A participant role-plays a college student dealing with being a mother and trying to stay up to date with her school work.

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February 22, 2016
 Students try to shoot their opponents while enjoying archery tag, one of the new activities for the homecoming festival.

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February 1, 2016
Students try their best to knock each other off balance with the wrecking ball, also one the new popular activities at the homecoming festival.

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February 1, 2016
The homecoming talent show contestants congratulate each other for a night of excitement.

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February 1, 2016
Sara Drabik works with student Holland Rains in the Norse Media office.

The traveling teacher

January 20, 2016
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