The Northerner

Early syllabus release in question

Kevin Schultz, Staff writer

November 15, 2012


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Every semester, Northern Kentucky University students like senior English major Angela Turner register for a course, go to the first day of the course, take a glance over the course syllabus and never come back. It’s all part of a cycle that leaves students registering in-and-out of available courses,...

Open forum sessions on the way

Kevin Schultz, Staff writer

November 7, 2012


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The Student Government Association unanimously passed a resolution presented by Sen. Ashley Hyden which recommended the university hold two open sessions for the discussion of financial aid information. The resolution was passed at the Nov. 5 meeting where Hyden gave her second reading of the recommendation....

Student senate considers town hall meetings

Kevin Schultz, Staff Writer

October 11, 2012


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A plan recommending the implementation of town hall style meetings is currently in the works by Northern Kentucky University’s Student Government Association. A town hall style meeting would offer the environment of a social mixer and is set to take place once per semester, according to SGA’s...

New organization promotes leadership

Brooke Ginn, Staff Writer

September 20, 2012


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With an entire student body, faculty, staff, and thousands of alumni who all believe Northern Kentucky University is the finest institution around, why not start a club geared towards proving it? Chaz Edwards, junior communication major, created Community Ambassadors. This new student leadership organization...

First resolutions underway for senate

Kevin Schultz, Staff Writer

September 20, 2012


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Northern Kentucky University’s Student Government Association has continued progress on a resolution recommending the “declassification of course evaluations.” This would allow all NKU students to view course and professor evaluations from previous semesters, prior to registration for courses. This...

Freshmen senators elected, five seats now open

Kevin Schultz, Staff Writer

September 12, 2012


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For the first time in Student Government Association’s history, six freshmen were elected into senate positions instead of five. The situation occurred after a two-way tie for the last of five freshmen senate seats after last week’s freshmen elections. The extra senate seat was available due...

A look back at student government’s work

Kevin Schultz, Staff Writer

September 6, 2012


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A week off for SGA, due to the Labor Day holiday, has meant a week away from student government business for the rest of the NKU community, leaving time to reflect on some of the influential changes that SGA has made on the lives of NKU students, faculty, administrators and surrounding residents. Student...

All Card design another new sight for students

All Card design another new sight for students

Caitlin Centner, Staff Writer

August 30, 2012


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Northern Kentucky University’s class of 2016 was able to receive something new to the university before the upperclassmen: a new All Card design. Last year, the Student Government Association held a contest for students to design new All Cards that incorporated NKU colors. “The whole thing started...

Student senate’s final move unveils new logo with unusual debate

Student senate’s final move unveils new logo with unusual debate

Claire Higgins, News editor

April 25, 2012


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The 2011-12 Northern Kentucky University student senate has reached the end of its term and finished out the year with a new logo to kickstart a rebranding campaign for the future. The new logo faced an informal vote and more debate than usual at SGA’s final meeting April 23. The new logo passed,...

SGA hopes to bring records to light

Ryan Cahill, Contributing writer

April 18, 2012


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The Student Government Association is proposing to make end-of-semester course evaluations public to Northern Kentucky University students. “It would create, in some ways, an internal, NKU-specific ratemyprofessor,” said Dustin Robinson, a senior communication studies major who currently serves...

A few resolutions remain for SGA

Claire Higgins, News editor

April 18, 2012


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The semester is coming to a close, and Northern Kentucky University’s SGA is continuing work on resolutions up until the last minute. At the April 16 meeting, the student senate passed four resolutions, and this time, all were not agreed on unanimously. A resolution asking the university to extend...

Senate pushes new legislation

Claire Higgins, News editor

April 11, 2012


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After all members attended the final student forum with the final candidate for Northern Kentucky University’s president, SGA met for their weekly meeting April 9. A final push for resolutions is coming in; the most recent meeting included five new resolutions. According to President Dustin Robinson,...

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