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“What we’re seeing now … is that even though it’s the way that western nations have been accustomed to interacting with non-western countries and using human rights as a principle of negotiation, what we’re finding is that that’s just one of many ways that countries negotiate with each other,” said Douglas Janoff, a diplomat in residence in the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce.
“You may have noticed that construction has already begun on the blue basketball courts behind the Joe Craft Center,” Eric Monday, the Vice President for Finance and Administration, wrote in a campus-wide email. “Though this is a high traffic venue, we determined, after careful consideration, that this is the best space for the temporary UK Bookstore. We apologize for any disruption and will be back in touch soon about new campus recreation options for north campus, which we are currently finalizing.”
“I know that I didn’t get the opportunities that I have gotten because I was more savvy or way more experienced. I truly believe that I got to where I am because of pure persistence,” Brown said. “I never would have thought that I would end up on CNN, getting to talk about breaking news with Anderson Cooper.”
“This is a period of celebration, to show why we love ourselves,” Frazier said. “It’s not about being LGBTQ, it’s about being holistic and celebrating yourself.”
Former UK student and current EKU football player Patrick Graffree was also involved in a fight with Drew Barker.
By Cheyene Miller firstname.lastname@example.org One person was transported to UK Chandler Hospital for burn injuries after a house fire on the 400 block of East Maxwell Street on Thursday morning. The severity of the injuries is unknown. Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the blaze, but the Lexington Herald-Leader reported that the […]
Dye will be thrown in the air and the arrival of spring will be celebrated during the SAB’s Multicultural Affairs Committee and Indian Student Association’s celebration of “Holi: The Hindu Festival of Colors.”
As sophomore Olivia Payne walks across campus to class on Friday she will be thinking of someone else who will be getting ready to begin a greater journey.