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With NKU athletics postponed, what do intramural leagues look like?

The Intramural Fields in the Booth Residential Village.

Matthew Dietz, Sports Editor

September 20, 2020

On Aug. 13, the Horizon League and its Board of Directors came to the decision to postpone competition in fall sports due to COVID-19, affecting various NKU athletic programs. However, despite the absence of official NKU sports such as soccer, golf, volleyball and cross country, students can still e...

Intramural fields delayed until May, warmer weather to blame

Nancy Curtis, Staff writer

February 21, 2013

When construction on the forthcoming intramural fields began they were expected to be completed by March; however, due to unexpected delays they won’t be completed until May. Due to high amounts of rain in the past two months, construction has not reached the goals it hoped to by this date, according...

Intramurals host Hispanic Heritage soccer tournament

Intramurals host Hispanic Heritage soccer tournament

Kyle Biggs, Contributing Writer

September 27, 2012

Northern Kentucky University Intramurals and the Office of Latino Student Affairs worked together to host the first ever Hispanic Heritage soccer tournament at the NKU Soccer Stadium on Sept. 18. Jeremy Chipman, coordinator for Intramural Sports and Outdoor Adventure Programs, said that the tournament...

Shotgun Club raises alarm on campus

Cassie Stone

February 9, 2011

A new club forming at Northern Kentucky University and its promotional materials are raising safety concerns for some students. The Shotgun Club is a registered campus organization designed to bring interested students together to compete in trap and skeet shooting competitions, but the new club's nam...

New roads coming to campus

John Minor

November 17, 2010

Two road projects that directly affect NKU will start in the near future. Both roads will change the look of the campus. Next spring the State Transportation Cabinet project is expected to start a road project around NKU’s campus. The project includes repairing and realigning Johns Hill Road. The new Joh...

‘Ridiculous’ parking changes

Jesse Call

October 27, 2010

Parking costs are expected to increase while on-campus parking spots decrease as Northern Kentucky University continues to try and improve transportation. Holly Little, a Student Government Association (SGA) Senator appointed to represent students on a university transportation advisory committee, revealed...

SGA addresses empty seats

Jesse Call

October 13, 2010

A formal request by the student body to consider building a new campus recreation center has been passed and presented to the administration of Northern Kentucky University. The resolution calls on the NKU administration to conduct “a comprehensive study to be completed in regards to the expansion or ...

SGA looks to create consensus on campus rec

Jesse Call

October 6, 2010

When all else fails, study. That’s what the Student Government Association is proposing to the Northern Kentucky University administration as it continues to try and build consensus on what is the best option for improving intramural sports and campus recreational facilities to meet the needs of the...

Soccer stadium dedicated

Nick Jones

September 22, 2010

Northern Kentucky University hosted the dedication of the new NKU Soccer Stadium while the men’s and women’s soccer teams hosted Ashland University on Sept. 19. The dedication of the field took place between the end of the men’s game and the beginning of the women’s. The ceremony consisted of ...

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