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U.S. Womens National Team midfielder Rose Lavelle came to NKU for a Q&A on Thursday night.

U.S. women’s soccer champion inspires students and community members

APB hosted Rose Lavelle on Thursday night to talk about her experiences on a championship team
Corinne Byrne, Assistant Arts & Life Editor November 15, 2019
On Thursday night, the Activities Programming Board hosted U.S. women’s national soccer team champion Rose Lavelle. A Cincinnati native, Lavelle returned to the area to share her story and inspire the students and community members who sat in their seats fixated on the local hero who sat in front of them. 
NKU fans react after a Norse Point. The Norse defeated UMBC 78-60

Homecoming 2019: Carry the Torch

Josh Kelly, Arts & Life Editor February 3, 2019

Homecoming week is a time that allows NKU to celebrate what it means to be a Norse. Kim Vance, director of fraternity and sorority life, recalled that during her undergraduate years, homecoming used...

Karamo Brown is the culture expert on the Netflix reboot of “Queer Eye.”

Can you believe? ‘Queer Eye’ star Karamo Brown coming to NKU

Josh Kelly, Assistant Arts & Life Editor September 16, 2018
Culture expert Karamo Brown from the Netflix Original Series “Queer Eye” is speaking on campus Oct. 8.
APB encouraged attendees to support the dancers with the #FeeltheBeatNKU tag on Twitter.

Feel the Beat showcases a flurry of dance styles

Josh Kelly, Reporter November 20, 2017

Activities Programming Board (APB) highlighted different dance styles with the Feel the Beat showcase on Nov. 9. Ariyana Hardy, director of the Entertainment committee of APB, said the idea came up at...

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