Sunday, April 30, 2000


The Cincinnati Enquirer


Political commentators to speak at NKU
        HIGHLAND HEIGHTS — George Will and George Stephanopolous, political commentators for ABC News, will speak at Northern Kentucky University on the power of the presidency and the challenges facing the next American leader.

        The event will be 7:30 p.m. Sept. 20 in Regents Hall. Tickets, which go on sale Monday, are $20; $15 for NKU alumni, faculty and staff; $5 for NKU students.

        Tickets can be bought at the Office of Alumni Affairs, or by calling 572-5486. Student tickets will be available at NKU's Office of Student Activities.

NKU business college offers session
        HIGHLAND HEIGHTS — The College of Business at Northern Kentucky University will hold an information session for prospective master's of business administration (MBA) degree students. The session will be 6-7:30 p.m. May 15 in the University Center Ballroom.

        Prospective students with an undergraduate degree are invited to apply.

        Information: 572-5165.

Kentucky events


        Covington: Prince of Peace Parents Club Rummage Sale and Pork Roast Supper. The rummage sale will be 1-7 p.m., and the pork roast supper will be 4-7 p.m., Prince of Peace School, 625 Pike St. Prices for dinner: adults, $6; seniors and children 12 and under, $3.50; $25 for families of six or more. Union: 2000 Northern Kentucky Veterinary Medical Technician Association Charity Dog Walk-A-Thon. To benefit a scholarship fund for an area handicapped person to receive a guide dog from Pilot Dogs Inc. Registration will be 11 a.m.; the walk begins at noon, Central Park, Camp Ernst Road.


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