The Northerner

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

The 2020 General Election is Nov. 3

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 view elections and do they think voting is worth it? Shannon McGuire, freshman social work major,...

Finding the right PACE: Students balance busy schedules

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

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 until 6:15 a.m. She needs all the sleep she can get. Anna Hand, a sophomore organizational leadership major...

Popular study habits shown to hurt students’ grades

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

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 as simply highlighting key words and rereading your notes might not be nearly as effective as some s...

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