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Library improvements, accreditation solutions discussed at SGA

Senator Joe Baker advocating for changes in the library during Monday's meeting.

Josh Kelly, Managing Editor

February 11, 2020

Comments on library improvement Dean of Steely Library Andrea Falcone joined SGA’s open session for members to voice concerns and pitch ideas to improve Steely Library.  Committee Chairwoman of University Improvements Onyinyechi Okorie pitched the idea of having the facility open 24 hours, to which F...

‘OK Boomer’: Are you a millennial or Gen Z?

‘OK Boomer’: Are you a millennial or Gen Z?

Noël Waltz, Assistant Design Editor

December 4, 2019

Have you ever used a fidget spinner? Do you have a TikTok account? Do you remember 9/11? These are questions that can answer a query many born between the years 1995-2000 have—are you a millennial or part of Gen Z? Pew Research Center defines millennials as someone born between 1981 and 1996—mea...

SGA reappoints committee chairs, amendment changes

Chief Justice Noah Cullen goes over amendment changes to the SGA constitution.

Noelle Horn, Asst. News Editor

November 19, 2019

At Monday’s SGA meeting, two committee chairs were reappointed and Chief Justice Noah Cullen went over amendments to the constitution.

On-campus ministry shares message, love through coffee

Andrea Rinck and Renee Jennings pour coffee in Griffin Hall lobby.

Elena Ferguson, Reporter

November 14, 2019

Vine and Branches, a ministry of the United Methodist Church on NKU’s campus, is trying to change the way people view Christianity by passing out free coffee to students.

US 27, Sbarro construction, parking appeal updates

Adam Grant from Fairmount Properties spoke to SGA on Monday.

Josh Kelly, Managing Editor

November 12, 2019

US 27 Update During Monday’s SGA meeting, Adam Grant from Fairmount Properties gave an update on the construction happening on the corner of Nunn Drive and Alexandria Pike. Grant said the function of the center would be the place where NKU and the community intersect.  “It's a place for shar...

Pay for parking tickets with peanut butter

FUEL NKU is located in Albright Health Center in room 104.

Josh Kelly, Managing Editor

November 12, 2019

NKU Parking Services is taking food donations in place of parking citations. Parking Services is accepting donations of six 28-oz plastic jars of peanut butter, six 5-oz cans of chicken or six boxes of granola or protein bars. All donations will go to FUEL NKU. Food for Fines will run until No...

Editor’s Pick: Our favorite spooky movies

Editor's Pick: Our favorite spooky movies

Northerner Staff

October 24, 2019

Natalie Hamren, Editor-in-Chief Practical Magic (1998) by Griffin Dunne  If you want a feel-good film about powerful women, then this is for you. Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman star as sisters who are witches, trying to use spells and magic to battle dark forces all while dealing with their roma...

Editors’ Pick: Our favorite fall things to do

Carve out a Northerner pumpkin to get in the spooky spirit.

Northerner Staff

October 23, 2019

Natalie Hamren, Editor-in-Chief Pumpkins. Do I really need to say anything else? Pumpkins are the definition of fall and everything Halloween. Go to a pumpkin patch, drink some pumpkin spice and buy everything pumpkin scented. If your patio doesn’t look like a mini pumpkin patch, you’re doing it ...

Mearns at NKU, A look back

Mearns at NKU, A look back

Matt Sexton, Editor-in-Chief

January 25, 2017

WATCH: Men’s basketball | NKU vs. EIU

Lavone Holland II (30) crosses over a defender during Wednesday's game against Eastern Illinois.

Tommy Bailey / Dakota Dewberry, Contributors

December 8, 2016

The NKU men's basketball took home a victory against the Eastern Illinois Panthers at home on Wednesday night winning by a score of 80-70.  The Norse were led to victory behind Lavone Holland II career high 28 points.

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