The Northerner

Campus clubs look to the future amid pandemic

Assistant Manager Alex Gray, General Manager Emily Cay and DJ Nic Vitale record a show in Norse Code Radio's Griffin Hall studio.

Kane Mitten, Arts & Life Editor

May 8, 2020

With the coronavirus pandemic closing NKU’s campus for the Spring 2020 semester, several campus organizations are in disarray, and organization leaders are wondering how to plan for the fall semester—if there even is one. Emily Coy, outgoing president of campus radio organization Norse Code Radio,...

VIDEO: What is Norse Code Radio?

VIDEO: What is Norse Code Radio?

Alyssa Nickles, Jack Reynolds, Tyler Vandervort, and Daniel Jones

January 27, 2020

Get the scoop on Norse Code Radio from Northerner reporters. Learn what make's NCR special, as well as the reason it stands out from other radio stations with Jon Barnett, NCR's Program Director.

VIDEO: Local rappers show off at cypher

About 10 rappers graced the stage in the Student Union for the hip hop cypher.

Cole Grecco, Arts & Life Editor

September 29, 2017

A chorus of “oohs” erupt from the crowd followed by laughter. Audience members hop to their feet, moved by Mich Tanksley--an NKU student who raps under the name Tooney Lean--who just decimated his opponent in a rap battle, as the enthused crowd suggested. The moment was a highlight of  Thursday Night Lights...

‘Bust Moves 2017’: Radio hosts In a studio of their own

Rosewood and Washington began airing their show in the Fall 2016 semester.

Jude Noel, Reporter

July 17, 2017

Editor’s Note: The writer of this piece has his own show on Norse Code Radio. The piece was originally meant to focus on hip-hop culture at NKU. However, through interviewing the sources, the story of Thursday Night Lights stood apart as its own entity.  “Bust moves 2017,” said Malik Washington, leaning forward f...

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