- Kernel in Print
- Special Sections
The first state encyclopedia exclusively centered upon the lives of African Americans is being written and is expected to be completed in 2013.
The Kentucky African American Encyclopedia will address the information deficiency of African American history.
When the month of February is mentioned, the first thought that comes to mind is Valentine’s Day or Black History Month. Now there is another label to add to the second month of the year: Earthquake Awareness Month.
Gov. Steve Beshear declared February as Earthquake Awareness Month in Kentucky.
With March right around the corner, many UK students are hitting the gym and cutting the
calories to put the finishing touches on their spring break physiques.
UK health consultants offer advice to students in an effort to curb crash dieting and overexertion in the month before spring break.
Erica Dhuy, a certified athletic trainer at UK Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, said the most important thing to remember when training is to work out in a way that prevents injury.
By Becca Clemons Americans may know a thing or two about Iraq as a country, but few get the chance to know its people. New programs, however, are working to bring people from both nations together, and UK is a common meeting ground. The Iraq Education Initiative brings Iraqi students to study in the U.S. […]Continue reading …
By Allie Huddleston This January, local charity Women and Philanthropy awarded a grant of nearly $19,000 to the UK Honors Program to support education abroad for honors students. The Honors Program was one of many campus organizations that applied for a charitable grant from the philanthropy, which was started by Patsy Todd, the wife of […]Continue reading …
By Amelia Orwick As Spring Break approaches, some UK groups are already preparing for the beginning of the Fall 2011 semester. The start of every school year kicks off with K Week, which provides incoming freshman with fun activities, free food and a chance to meet new people before classes actually start. Approximately 400 students […]Continue reading …
Despite frigid temperatures, about 100 people gathered downtown Saturday to show their support for Egyptians who have been protesting President Hosni Mubarak’s regime in the Middle East.Continue reading …
With winter comes freezing temperatures, piles of snow and horrible road conditions. Yet, besides the weather, winter brings another problem: illness — specifically, the flu.Continue reading …
Shots were fired on South Limestone early Friday morning, causing three to be taken to the hospital.
The gunfire occurred in the area near McDonalds, and involved a UK student, at around 3 a.m. this morning.
“Just before 3 a.m. our officers were called to 357 S. Limestone, which is right there in front of the McDonalds,” Lexington Police Spokesperson Sherelle Roberts said.
“The emergency situation related to shots fired is over,” a UK Alert sent out at 4:41 a.m said. According to a UK news release, UK police issued the “All Clear” alert at 4:35 a.m. UK Police said two people were sent to the hospital following the shooting, the release said, and Lexington Police are investigating […]Continue reading …