The Northerner

Q&A: Answering all your questions about FUEL

FUEL NKU is now located in Albright Health Center 104.

Natalie Hamren, Editor-in-Chief

August 24, 2020

The Northerner reached out to FUEL Director Dr. Jessica Taylor to ask how FUEL will operate this semester.  How is Fuel operating this semester? Dr. Jessica Taylor:  “We are here to support students, and we very much want our student community to visit us and access the resources at FUEL NKU. We a...

Dining for your lifestyle: diets on campus

Busy schedules can make eating healthy in college a struggle.

Chelsea Livers Gowdy, Reporter

February 28, 2019

NKU’s campus dining generally consists of burgers, fries, chicken sandwiches, crisp salads, pizza and fresh baked desserts. Fast food options are no strangers to college campuses; they may even be considered an essential part of the college experience. “It’s easier and cheaper to make [fast f...

Food pantry fuels hungry students

FUEL volunteer and senior social work major Kezia Slaughter stocks shelves at the FUEL NKU food pantry in Founders Hall.

Peter Enzweiler, Reporter

March 8, 2015

Food Security Volunteers have responded to the rise in food insecurity among students by giving out food at NKU’s on-campus food pantry. “When you think about college students, you think we’re already privileged to some extent just to be here on campus,” NKU Social Work Professor Jessica Tay...

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