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WUKY-FM, the University of Kentucky’s public radio station, is partnering with the Citizen Kentucky Project of UK’s Scripps Howard First Amendment Center to present, “This I Believe … is the future of Lexington,” in conjunction with the mayor’s race. The two candidates for mayor, incumbent Jim Gray and former Lexington police chief Anthany Beatty, have agreed to a debate to address the citizens’ agenda from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 28, in UK’s Worsham Theater as part of a live radio broadcast on WUKY.
Chick Fil-A, Starbucks, Panda Express, Ovid’s and other campus favorites are in UK Dining’s plans for the future and will remain on campus, UK Dining marketing manager Charity Bradley told the Kernel on Wednesday.Continue reading …
Lexington major Jim Gray announced Wednesday that the Rupp Arena renovation effort is suspended, citing the unwillingness of the University of Kentucky to commit to a long-term lease totaling $10.7 million per year.Continue reading …
Kentucky Kernel political analyst Matt Young interviews U.S. Rep. Andy Barr, who is running for re-election for Kentucky’s 6th Congressional District. Video by the Kentucky Kernel and Wildcat Student TV.Continue reading …