The Northerner

How ‘green’ is Griffin Hall?

Courtney Pugh, Contributing writer

January 25, 2012


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Since the first semester of operation for Griffin Hall in August 2011, students, faculty and staff of Northern Kentucky University’s College of Informatics continue to experience unexplained issues within the state-of-the-art construction. Prolonged problems with lighting, air conditioning and classroom...

Can you hear me now?

Kyung mi Shim and Kyung mi Shim

November 30, 2011


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College is full of challenges. Most students struggle with money and classes, but nearly everyone on Northern Kentucky University’s campus struggles with getting cell phone reception. Sometimes making arrangements for lunch with friends is a challenge when students cannot get enough bars to receive...

NKU battles increasing class sizes

Danielle Wesley

February 16, 2011


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One of the biggest factors in a student’s decision in choosing a college is the university’s average class size. One of Northern Kentucky University’s main marketing points is small classes that average about 24 students. But Northern Kentucky University students have noticed class sizes inc...

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