Northern Kentucky University men’s basketball head coach John Brannen will participate in the fifth-annual Coaches vs.
The first artistic collaboration at Northern Kentucky University's new School Of The Arts (SOTA) has it all – art, music, drama.
A near record-setting final round helped the Northern Kentucky men's golf team shatter the previous 54-hole record and climb the Joe Feaganes Marshall Invitational leaderboard en route to a fourth-
Northern Kentucky University is among the top higher education institutions in America, according to new rankings by U.S. News & World Report.
Allison Leigeb won the individual title while leading the Northern Kentucky women’s golf team past the field at the NKU Fall Classic on Monday afternoon at Elks Run Golf Club.
Hosted by Northern Kentucky University, Fast Growth Academy is an incredible opportunity for owners of start-ups and future entrepreneurs to learn from business owners who have successfully started
Season tickets for the 2015-16 Northenr Kentucky University men’s and women’s basketball campaigns are available for purchase.
Northern Kentucky University announced a gift of $8 million from St. Elizabeth Healthcare during a special celebration at the Votruba Student Union.
The Northern Kentucky men’s basketball team will embark on its inaugural season in the Horizon League this winter, and both the 18-game league schedule and game times* for all home games have been
Northern Kentucky University has been honored with a national award for its commitment to diversity.
The Northern Kentucky University women’s basketball team released its 2015-16 nonconference schedule on Tuesday.
Despite setting a new 36-hole record, the Northern Kentucky women’s golf team settled for a share of second-place in the YSU Kickoff on Monday at the Candywood Golf Course in Vienna, Ohio.
The Northern Kentucky Norse will face three traditional powers this season when basketball rolls back around.
Undergraduate students from Northern Kentucky University and some local area high schools gathered at the James C. and Rachel M.
A woman remains in the Campbell Co. Detention Center after allegedly pulling a handgun and pointing it at someone on the campus of Northern Kentucky University.