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This issue of NKU Magazine features a cover story on alumni entrepreneurs, an interview with professor and cancer survivor Brant Karrick and a special civil rights trip. Plus, we talk with mural artist Gina Erardi, Milburn Award winner and professor Kimberly Clayton-Code and nurse practitioner Kadori Ngirabakunzi. 

And don’t forget to check out the Mystery Photo. Maybe you know something we don't yet!

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Features

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Darryl Peal and students

An Indelible History Lesson

Last summer, eight Northern Kentucky University students and two staff members spent a week in the southern U.S. to learn about the Civil Rights movement.
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alex narramore

Entrepreneurial Spirit

NKU's diverse group of alumni who launch businesses find innovative solutions to everyday problems. These entrepreneurs are passionate, creative risk-takers who work long hours. But there isn't anything else they'd rather be doing.
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alex narramore

Highs and Lows

For more than 30 years, the director of bands at Northern Kentucky University has dedicated his career to music. He wasn't going to let a cancer diagnosis or bone marrow transplant stop him.
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Norse Now

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A Renaissance Woman

Armed with tools ranging from a paintbrush to a chisel, Gina Erardi ('20) strives to always make the best art she can.

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The Family Tradition

For Kimberly Clayton-Code, Northern Kentucky University is a family tradition.

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Lightening the Load

Kadori Ngirabakunzi's career, helping others, is more than just a job.

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