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By Jayna Morris
NKU Marketing + Communications

Let’s go back to when Regents Hall made its debut as the second building on NKU’s campus.

The date? Oct. 29, 1972.

Originally, the 1,800-seat Regents Hall arena was the home to all Norse basketball games. Since the completion of BB&T Arena (formerly known as the Bank of Kentucky Center) in 2008, the facility has been used as a practice space for many University sports and as a venue for special events and lectures. It also houses office space for NKU coaches and athletic support staff.

Fun fact: Former U.S. President George W. Bush gave a speech to a standing room only crowd there in May of 2006.