The Northerner

Journey to starlight: dancer stays busy despite pandemic

Brianna Mullins jumps in the air wearing a pink leotard and black leggings. There are colorful autumn trees behind her.

Alyssa Weber, Arts & Life Editor

October 27, 2020

When senior dance major Bri Mullins was around 3 years old, she was small for her age and very shy around other children and adults. Her mother wanted to help coax her out of her shell, so she enrolled her at Kiddie Kapers Dance Company in Lexington, Kentucky. “She put me in the dancewear that you have...

2020 hasn’t stopped these students

Kaitlin Minniefield sits on a chair in front of an NKU sign. She's wearing a white shirt with black dress pants. Her hands are crossed on her lap.

Northerner Staff

October 27, 2020

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...

Dancers at NKU break the mold

Olivia Sketch, Brianna Mullins and Lexie Callaham are all three dancing majors.

Natalie Hamren, News Editor

November 26, 2018

On the second floor of the Fine Arts Center is a small dance studio with a neon green sign on the door that reads “department of theatre and dance.” The floors are all black, with mirrors and bars on every wall. Another sign above the mirrors says “please do not touch the mirrors” and “no ...

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