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President Hannah Edelen and Chief Justice Travis Roy give a presentation.

What you missed at SGA Feb. 11

Josh Goad, Assistant New Editor February 12, 2019

On Feb. 11, SGA hosted the directors of university housing and business operations, who both gave presentations. SGA student senate was also excited to vote on a new resolution aimed at extending library...

Internet scammers prey on student victims

Richard Cracchiolo, News Editor October 29, 2014

Maria Della Bella, a junior electronic media broadcasting major, was looking for a job like most other college students. She thought she got lucky when she received an email from someone named Thomas Hank,...

5 things you missed at the SPJ Lunch with the Pros

5 things you missed at the SPJ Lunch with the Pros

Brook Clifford, Managing Editor September 19, 2014

You’ll never have the same day twice. You’ll question the trustworthiness of law enforcement. And you’ll need to work on your interpersonal communication skills. These are just a few of the things...

Callahan resident Vivian Littleton surfs the web.

NKU getting upgrade

Richard Cracchiolo, News Editor February 12, 2014

The NKU Village’s wireless internet bandwidth is expected to receive an upgrade sometime in the future, expanding its current 450 megabits per second speed, to a possible 1 gigabit per second. There...

SGA plans to improve internet on campus

Richard Cracchiolo, Staff writer October 24, 2013

To quell the complaints of shoddy internet at NKU, the Student Government Association is working with the IT department to improve the wireless internet connections throughout campus.   While the...

How to stay safe on facebook

How to stay safe on facebook

Jessica Kopena, Staff writer October 3, 2013

The 2012 Horton Cyber Crime Report said every second, 14 adults are the victims of cyber crimes. “Hacking is any unauthorized access to an account,” said Chip Heath social media professor. “It...

Residence halls may see increase in Internet bandwidth

Richard Cracchiolo, Contributing writer April 24, 2013

The Information Technology department is trying to raise funds to expand the bandwidth of the NKU residential village’s Internet connection. Doug Wells, the director of infrastructure at NKU, said...

Connection Lost

Connection Lost

Brody Kenny, Staff Writer December 6, 2012

On numerous occasions this semester, campus-wide Internet outages have occurred. Though they tend to not last more than a few hours, they can be a hassle for anyone trying to get work done. With the spring...

Plenty of Phish

Derek White, Staff Writer December 6, 2012

From time to time you may receive an email that just doesn’t seem right. These emails vary. It may be about a promotion some website is doing that just seems too good to be true, or it might be what...

Coding contest to test students’ APIs and mobile apps

Bret Lonaker, Contributing writer February 22, 2012

NKU will host the upcoming CincyTech Hackathon, a coding contest. NKU students will compete in a coding contest to build things as Applied Program Interfaces (APIs) and mobile applications. The CincyTech...

The war for the Internet has begun

The war for the Internet has begun

Aaron Sprinkles & Brandon Barb, Viewpoints editor & A&L editor January 25, 2012

What would we do without a website like YouTube? Imagine if videos of cute kittens with a hit pop song playing in the background were gone. Cover song videos are erased completely. What if a good portion...

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