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NKU infielder Liam McFadden-Ackman follows through on a swing against Wright State.

NKU baseball slips against Dayton in rainy affair

Blake Lehmann, Assistant Sports Editor April 5, 2022

Heading into a new week, the NKU baseball team had already been fighting against fortune in just about every way possible. From coming into their weekend series against Milwaukee with only 24 total active...

NKU Sports Talk Radio Show: Episode 12

NKU Sports Talk Radio Show: Episode 12

Northerner Staff April 5, 2022

In Episode 12 of the NKU Sports Talk Radio Show, Brendan, Justis and Noah break down the men's national championship game of the NCAA Tournament on Monday. The group also dives into upcoming sporting...

Victor E. Viking guards Who Dey in the mascot game at halftime of the NKU vs. Cleveland State game in 2017.

What a Bengals Super Bowl appearance means to the NKU community

Andrew Dixon, Reporter February 13, 2022

On Jan. 30, the Cincinnati Bengals made history defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 27-24 in overtime, thanks to a game-winning field goal by kicker Evan McPherson to advance to the Super Bowl. 34 years in...

NKU President Ken Bothof gives his remarks during the press conference for the welcoming of the new Mens Basketball Head Coach Darrin Horn.

Breaking: NKU Vice President and Director of Athletics Ken Bothof will retire June 30

Matthew Dietz, Editor-in-Chief January 5, 2022

NKU Vice President and Director of Athletics Ken Bothof will retire effective June 30, 2022, a press release from NKU Athletics announced on Wednesday morning. Bothof’s retirement will conclude a...

NKU Sports Talk Radio Show- Ep. 2

NKU Sports Talk Radio Show- Ep. 2

Northerner Staff December 14, 2021

Brendan, Justis, and Noah get together to discuss the latest developments in the National Football League, followed up by a recap of a massive weekend in college basketball. Finally, an update on NKU...

NKU Sports Talk Radio Show- Ep. 1

NKU Sports Talk Radio Show- Ep. 1

Northerner Staff December 1, 2021

Brendan Connelly and Justis White spend time talking about the world of sports right now in the NKU Sports Talk Radio Show. The duo dives into the most recent week of NFL action, break down the thrilling...

Macs Pizza Pub in Cold Spring reopened Friday to eager guests.

Game day during a pandemic: How local restaurants are adjusting

Matthew Dietz, Sports Editor September 7, 2020

Thursday, Sept. 10 will mark the beginning of a new season in the National Football League, and local restaurants and entertainment venues are preparing for the expected increase in business. Harvey...

Horizon League postpones fall competition due to COVID-19

Horizon League postpones fall competition due to COVID-19

Matthew Dietz, Sports Editor August 13, 2020

On Thursday, the Horizon League and its Board of Directors officially postponed competition for fall sports in the 2020 season. The decision to postpone fall sports for the duration of the season comes...

The exterior of BB&T Arena.

Fall sports delayed to October 1

Matthew Dietz, Sports Editor July 16, 2020

On Thursday, the Horizon League Council officially decided to postpone the beginning of fall sports competition until October 1. The League and its Council members came to the decision with the interest...

Will Title IX change?

Will Title IX change?

Josh Goad, Assistant New Editor February 13, 2019

Title IX was a part of the Education Amendments of 1972 and has since become an integral part of the way education works in America. This major piece of legislation states: “No person in the United States...

WATCH: Sunjic shines as NKU’s breakout tennis star

Mike Canizales, Reporter April 26, 2018
Born in Split, Croatia, Margita Sunjic moved to the United States in order to pursue a better opportunity for herself in the world of tennis. Since her arrival, Sunjic has won multiple awards for NKU, including Freshman of the Year and Horizon League Player of the Year twice. 
One of the reasons why Fightmaster is so passionate about taekwondo is because of her instructors and teammates, she says theyre family.

How taekwondo changed a student’s life

Emily Osterholz , Arts & Life editor January 25, 2017

She grips the red handle tightly, extending the white tip further in front of her. The fading sun eliminates the remaining light and as evening sets in, Clara Fightmaster makes her way from the science...

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