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Kissing away cancer

The Delta Gamma sorority kissed its way to nearly $400 for charity on Wednesday.

Theta Chi chapter starts at UK

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Freshmen Brandon Loschiavo chose not to pledge a fraternity after rushing in the fall — none of the existing fraternities on campus seemed to have exactly what he was looking for. But instead of settling for a non-Greek lifestyle, Loschiavo decided to start up a new chapter of Theta Chi at UK.

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Students have the opportunity to vote for a student-designed T-shirt now until May 6.

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Sorority hosts 5K to honor attack survivor

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Kappa Kappa Gamma will hold its first “Running for Holly 5K” this Sunday in honor of alum Holly Dunn. She is the only known survivor of the “Railroad Serial Killer” attacks that took place during the ’90s.

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Minorities should be aware of health risks

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April is National Minority Health month, a good time to become aware of racial and ethnic health risks. Data from the Department of Health and Human Services show that racial and ethnic minorities are less likely to get the preventive care they need to stay healthy and more likely to suffer from serious illnesses. According […]

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Prenatal health takes priority over veganism for actress Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman seems to be the “it” girl lately. And who can blame her? — She’s been featured in numerous films in the last year alone (namely, “Black Swan,” “No Strings Attached,” “Your Highness” and “Thor”). She won for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 2011 Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild Awards and […]

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Stress is an everyday occurence for women

Girls, we must end the love affair we have with stress. Stress is on the rise, and I have found that we not only like it, we are also entranced by it. Our mind, bodies and spirits are suffering, and yet, we are too penciled-in, overwhelmed and stressed out to even notice. Women are wearing […]

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A glowing tradition

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Just as darkness sets in on the grassy field Friday night, enthusiastic roars will be heard, the warmth of a strong fire will be felt and the sky will be ablaze with color. Nobody will be burning any couches — this scene also describes the annual Balloon Glow.

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Editorial Cartoon by Sara Nelle Murphy

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Editorial Cartoon by Sara Nelle Murphy
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John Calipari talked about the current state of his players in terms of their decision regarding the NBA Draft. Calipari said it was a “no-brainer” for Knight, Jones, and Liggins to test the NBA Draft waters, and said Doron Lamb could be a lottery pick if he stayed another year. Calipari said Brandon Knight and […]

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