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Professors on their favorite Cincinnati films

Billy Keeney, News Editor December 6, 2019

Cincinnati has been home to a growing amount of critically acclaimed films this past decade. Most notably is Todd Haynes’ 2015 indie darling “Carol” starring Rooney Mara (The Social Network, The...

The Kroger lot filled because of the overcrowding in Callahan. Students say that since the addition of the Northern Terrace, the Callahan lot fills quickly making it difficult to find a spot.

Off-campus residents struggle for parking

Brody Kenny, Contributor September 26, 2014

NKU’s newest dorm Northern Terrace has created a major parking issue for the off-campus resident community. The addition of an access drive as well as a green space between the two buildings resulted...

Victor E. Viking and NKU students taking route 35x.

New TANK route offers quicker commute to NKU

Kassidy Stricklett, Contributor September 3, 2014

Connecting Boone, Campbell, and Kenton counties, route 35x sets out to connect the three counties and offer a quicker commute for riders who do not need to go to Covington or Cincinnati. On Aug. 4, TANK...

University plans for new entrance

Erin Pierce, Contributing writer March 20, 2013

Change in direction of traffic will alleviate traffic backups Though the infrastructure of the campus is not conducive to growth, Northern Kentucky University has seen an improvement with the inflow...

New roundabout near campus helps traffic

Danielle Roberts, Contributing Writer October 11, 2012

Where there once was a four-way stop on Johns Hill Road, there is now a newly built roundabout that resembles the one near Northern Kentucky University’s main entrance on Louie B. Nunn Drive. The extensive...

Drivers frustrated with gravel lots, high parking pass prices

September 6, 2012

With all of Northern Kentucky University’s recent updates and changes, the administration seems to neglect parking lot renovation every year, even though parking passes cost students as much as $210...

Univ. takes new approach to pedestrian safety

Univ. takes new approach to pedestrian safety

Claire Higgins, News editor February 8, 2012

Students may have noticed some new noises echoing across campus as they drive into campus or await their turn to cross the street. The recently added rumble strips at crosswalks are the campus’ newest...

A new chief in town

Jesse Call October 13, 2010

Police officers will soon be more visible and more involved with student organizations at Northern Kentucky University, according to incoming chief of police Jason Willis. The 37-year-old police veteran...

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