The Northerner

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, all classes at NKU were moved to an online or hybrid format.

Online and hybrid classes are becoming more prevalent. How is NKU responding?

Lilly Boden, Reporter March 22, 2022

COVID impacts the way teachers and professors, at all levels, teach their class. Especially during the peak of the pandemic, everything that was in person was then moved to strictly online or hybrid. According...

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Q&A: Students discuss online learning during a pandemic

Haley Millay, Assistant Arts & Life Editor October 8, 2020

NKU implemented a hybrid-learning environment this semester due to COVID-19 concerns and guidelines and while students say that comes with a fair share of advantages, students believe there are far more...

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Coronavirus updates: graduation, refunds, online classes

Natalie Hamren and Billy Keeney March 16, 2020

The Northerner interviewed President Ashish Vaidya Monday morning to ask questions about online courses, commencement, refunds and more.  Online classes Vaidya said a formal announcement will be released...

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NKU announces that classes will move online amid coronavirus concerns

Billy Keeney, News Editor March 11, 2020

Due to the nationwide outbreak of coronavirus, known officially as COVID-19, NKU announced that spring break will be extended through Saturday, March 21, and a majority of instruction will transition to...

The James C. and Rachel M. Votruba Student Union.

Enrollment is up, online classes boost new numbers

Josh Goad, Assistant News Editor January 17, 2019

On Jan. 16, NKU’s Board of Regents gathered for their first meeting of 2019. After a fall semester that fell short of enrollment expectations, President Ashish Vaidya was pleased to announce some changes...

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