The Northerner

Macy Wright started playing golf, competitively, in sixth grade.

‘Perfect athlete’: A Norse golfer’s integrity on the green

Jasmine Smart, Reporter March 7, 2019
Macy Wright is exceptional on and off the golf course. As her senior year comes to a close, people close to her reflect on the impact she’s had on them and what made her such a great student.
Judith Daar will serve as the dean for Chase College of Law.

Visions of the future: how Chase Dean plans to elevate law college

Elizabeth Cates, Reporter March 7, 2019
Judith Daar will be taking over as dean of Chase College of Law this summer. Chase faculty look back at Interim Dean Michael Whiteman’s tenure and what Daar should expect as dean.
Hannah Edelen currently serves as the student body president of NKU.

Changing perspective: Hannah Edelen’s road to success

Josh Goad, Assistant News Editor March 7, 2019
SGA President Hannah Edelen had a challenging high school experience, but managed to overcome the roadblocks. Looking back, she reflects on her past, present and where the future will take her.
Taylor Zumwalt created

Grad student trains salons to spot signs of domestic abuse

Halley Gamble, Contributor March 7, 2019
Graduate student Taylor Zumwalt created “Highlights for Hope,” a program that trains salon professionals to identify signs of domestic abuse in their clients, hoping to spread awareness about the issue.
Shayla Delamar uses hard work, compassion and love to make her name known at NKU.

‘Out of my comfort zone’: student finds new passions by getting involved

Shayla Delamar, member of eight different campus organizations, wants to make a difference.
Brooke Smith, Reporter March 7, 2019
Student Shayla Delamar wants to keep inspiring African American students across campus and beyond.
Bailey is the Midwestern regional representative for the Miss Black and Old Gold Scholarship pageant.

Dancer emerges as leader on campus

Chelsea Livers Gowdy, Reporter March 7, 2019
Sophomore Jaylah Bailey dives into how death inspired her advocacy for the Black community and the homeless community in Louisville and how a pageant is jumpstarting her work.
Charley Kalfas plays with her son, Sammy.

Womanhood and motherhood: how one student chooses both

Natalie Hamren, News Editor March 7, 2019
Senior English major Charlotte Kalfas wants to inspire other students by showing them that motherhood doesn’t mean giving up on your career goals.
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