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Guide for 9: Mesh new and returning players

By Josh Ellis @_jellis If there’s one college basketball program in the nation that can recover from losing seven players to the NBA draft, that program is UK. Under the reign of Hall of Fame coach John Calipari, the men’s … [Read More...]

Emily Markanich
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When meditating, let the traffic of the mind flow

For many, meditation can be a daunting undertaking. Not only do you not know how to do it, you also don’t comprehend the goal of it. There’s no A to B standard, which is what we as Americans are used to. For example, when you go to the gym you (A) work … [Read More...]


Pumpkins are the MVP of the Holiday Season

When you think about the holiday season what images fill your head? Chestnuts roasting on an open fire? Jack Frost nipping at your nose? Or maybe it’s the omnipresence of the pumpkin? Think about it, what symbolizes the advent of the holiday season more … [Read More...]

Women’s soccer gets physical

By Katherine Stach Tensions were high on Sunday night as the No. 9 ranked UK women’s soccer team took home its 9th win of the season, and its first since 2009 against the Arkansas Razorbacks. The Razorbacks were out for blood in a … [Read More...]

Senior picture of Jamilyn Hall in 2012.

Adulthood is overrated, enjoy life as a teenager

Growing up we were lied to by media, older acquaintances and family. They forgot to mention that being an adult was a trap. Rated R movies, driving a car and being able to stay up past 9 o’clock looked great. Growing up I couldn’t wait to be an adult; … [Read More...]