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Local restaurant shows its support

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By Thomas M. Jasper The idea was born out of chaotic celebration. As Big Blue fans took to the streets to celebrate the Cats’ victory over the University of North Carolina Tar Heels this past Sunday, couches, recliners, televisions and many other household objects became casualties of the party. These living room sacrifices led Shane […]

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UK Police, RAs to help control students

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By Drew Teague UK Police and the Residence Life Association will be prepared for this weekend, in the event of students becoming wild over a potential victory of the men’s basketball team against the University of Connecticut. UK Police has a plan they have refined since the 1998 championship to make sure this weekend will […]

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By Kayla Phelps Big Blue Nation will embrace a little Color Saturday when the Wildcats participate in the much-anticipated Final Four. UK Entrepreneurship Club has paired up with Color, a smartphone application created in Palo Alto, California, to bring the ultimate fan experience to campus. The application allows people to take photos and videos of […]

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Kernel in Print — April 1, 2011

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Open publication – Free publishing – More final four

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Kernel in Print — April 1, 2011

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Trustees name athletics committee

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UK Board of Trustees Chairman Britt Brockman named the members of the athletics oversight committee Tuesday. The committee will “examine best practices in the governance and organization of intercollegiate athletics,” and will look “at institutions in the Southeastern Conference, the Atlantic Coast Conference and UK’s benchmark institutions,” according to a news release. Terry Mobley is […]

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By Lee Durstock A man who got his cartooning career started through the art of procrastination spoke at Memorial Hall on Tuesday. Jorge Cham, better known as the creator of Piled Higher and Deeper (or PHD Comics), gave a lecture on procrastination and how it might not be such a bad thing after all. Cham […]

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By Jarrod Thacker The UK HealthCare University Health Services is reporting high numbers of diagnosed sexually transmitted infections for 2011 so far. According to information compiled by UHS Health Education Coordinator Brandy Reeves and reviewed by Nurse Practitioner Joanne Brown, UHS has diagnosed 46 cases of chlamydia and nine cases of gonorrhea in 2011. This […]

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In the midst of the excitement following UK’s win over North Carolina, a sign was spotted by students reading, “Houston, you have a problem. The Wildcats are coming to town!!”

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Students can enter an essay contest to honor the memory of a UK writing professor while being recognized for their writing.

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