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Mental health takes toll during pandemic, study finds. This resource helps students cope

Killian Baarlaer, Arts & Life Editor June 10, 2023

Struggles with mental and emotional well-being shot up during the COVID-19 pandemic, and a study by College of Health and Human Services faculty members Dr. Rebecca Elkins and Dr. Rhyanne McDade has painted...

NKU held its third annual Student Success Summit on Jan. 14 via Zoom, where nearly 160 people attended the event.

NKU hosts its third annual Student Success Summit

Madison Plank, Managing Editor January 14, 2022

Northern Kentucky University hosted its third annual Student Success Summit on Friday morning, with nearly 160 participants, including 18 panelists that each spoke about different student and faculty successes,...

VIDEO: NKU’s Mental Health Advisory Group launches Norse Support Council

Jenna Fryer, Reporter December 9, 2021

NKU’s Mental Health Advisory Group has launched a new initiative called the Norse Support Council. It is made of students who have taken a seven-week course to better prepare themselves in multiple areas....

VIDEO: Mental Health at NKU

Katelyn Aragon, Contributor November 17, 2021

As the end of the semester nears, NKU students are trying to balance their mental health with their studies. The Northerner looked at mental health awareness on campus, health counseling at NKU and talked...

The entrance to Health, Counseling and Student Wellness in University Center. A frosted glass door.

Counseling center: meeting students where they are

Josh Kelly, Managing Editor May 2, 2021

One of the biggest concerns for Amy Clark, director of Student Counseling Services, during the past year has been being able to meet students’ needs—wherever they are. Because of COVID-19 and the need...

Board of Regents convened virtually to address COVID-19 updates, mental health and more.

Board of Regents: COVID-19 updates, new provost speaks, new mental health resource

Kyle Wade, Reporter March 11, 2021

With newly appointed Provost Matt Cecil in attendance, NKU’s Board of Regents convened for their second virtual meeting of the Spring 2021 semester on Founder’s Day. The meeting opened with a message...

President Ashish Vaidya visited SGA this afternoon to discuss campus updates.

What you missed at SGA: president’s campus updates, resolution on vaccinations for out-of-state faculty and students

Rachel Smith, News Editor March 1, 2021

At today’s SGA meeting, President Ashish Vaidya delivered important campus updates, the executive board gave updates on their work this month and a resolution regarding vaccinations for out-of-state...

NKU has seen an increase in students struggling with mental health issues, including substance abuse, since this semester began, according to NKUs Health, Counseling and Student Wellness.

Mental health, substance abuse concerns rise during the pandemic

Cody Howard, Contributor December 9, 2020

The international spread of the COVID-19 virus has unfortunately brought harm to many physically, but what’s often overlooked are the mental health issues brought about by the pandemic, which can be...

EDITORIAL: Reflecting on National Suicide Prevention Month

EDITORIAL: Reflecting on National Suicide Prevention Month

Corinne Byrne, Arts & Life Editor September 13, 2020

Content Warning: This article discusses mental health and suicide. If you or someone you know are experiencing suicidal thoughts, call or text the national suicide prevention hotline at 1-800-273-8255,...

Another benefit of the plant selection in the gardens is that they are designed to be colorful throughout the year—keeping the campus aesthetically pleasing during every season.

Board of Regents swear in new regent, discuss COVID-19’s impact on enrollment, budget

Noelle Horn, News Editor September 9, 2020

The Board of Regents’ September meeting began with the swearing in of a new regent, Ken Perry. Perry was appointed by Governor Andy Beshear for a six-year term and replaced Terry Mann, whose term expired. Perry...

Junior secondary education major Grace Gillum has been improving her coping skills in quarantine.

How Grace Gillum strengthened her mental health during quarantine

Natalie Hamren, Editor-in-Chief May 8, 2020

The idea of walking into a coffee shop, smelling fresh coffee and sitting down to drink it is the thought that motivates junior secondary education major Grace Gillum through quarantine.  The COVID-19...

Junior psychology major Allison Weihe Norses Up at home.

Combating isolation: Allison Weihe maintains friendships during quarantine

Natalie Hamren, Editor-in-Chief May 8, 2020

Junior psychology major Allison Weihe relies on interpersonal connections to help her cope with her mental health. Due to the pandemic, she’s been unable to do that.  Weihe misses being able to see...

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