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A deeper dive into NKU budget deficit: Causes, changes, impacts and response

A deeper dive into NKU budget deficit: Causes, changes, impacts and response

Mildred Nguyen and Emily Sisk October 31, 2022

Northern Kentucky University announced an unexpected budget deficit of $18.7 million as well as a plan for combating it at a budget and strategic update meeting on Oct. 6. Following the meeting, top university...

FUEL NKU shopping aisle.

A look into FUEL NKU’s impact on campus, future plans

Killian Baarlaer, Arts & Life Editor June 22, 2022

FUEL NKU–a service that provides free food and basic necessities to any student with an ALL CARD–was visited 11,801 times, totaling 90,963 pounds of food distributed according to statistics provided...

VIDEO: How students get their news and fact check on social media

Isobel Edgerly and David Goodwin November 19, 2021

According to a survey done by Pew Research, as high as half of the adults in the U.S. who use social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook regularly get their news off of those sites. The Northerner...

A sticker from Patriot Front.

‘Do not silence yourselves’: Editor’s letter motivating students to push further

Josh Kelly, Managing Editor April 4, 2021

The acts of Patriot Front are not accidental. They are not incidentally discriminating against people. When they came to campus in late January, they spray-painted over the names of African women as...

Joan Ferrante wearing a pink shirt staring off to the side of the camera.

NKU sociology professor Joan Ferrante creates book about the pandemic

Natalie Hamren, Editor-in-Chief January 12, 2021

Editor's Note: This story was originally published in the Northern Kentucky Tribune.  Northern Kentucky University sociology professor Dr. Joan Ferrante woke up one morning when the COVID-19 pandemic...

The 2020 General Election is Nov. 3

To vote or not to vote: NKU students on election process

Chelsea Cahill, Contributor November 6, 2019

Wearing the “I voted” sticker around campus carries a sense of pride for some. For others, they weren’t aware of the election. With the election in Kentucky taking place last night, how do NKU students...

PACE advisors work with students throughout all of their four years and their schedule is mapped out for them from day one.

Finding the right PACE: Students balance busy schedules

Sierra Gibson , Reporter October 6, 2016

An explosive scream yells at her to wake up. She quickly rolls over, searching for the button to put a stop to the alarm. It was only 5:45 a.m., so she hits the snooze button and doesn’t get out of bed...

A student, Ashli Sibrel, studied for finals. This semester, more options will have extended hours for students to utilize during finals.

Popular study habits shown to hurt students’ grades

Tori Lentz, Reporter November 18, 2015

What you’ve been taughtWith final exams approaching, you might be gearing up to highlight every piece of information in your thick textbook to get ready for the big test. But common study habits such...

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