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•April 11, Search committee will meet to review the field of candidates and make a recommendation of three to five finalists to the full board. Finalists asked whether they are willing at this juncture to become public with their candidacies. If not, names will continue to remain private at this point. •April 30, Board of […]

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Students will walk across campus barefoot Tuesday in participation with One Day Without Shoes, sponsored by TOMS shoes.

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Music festival coming to Richmond, Ky.

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By Gabrielle Dudgeon Kentucky students have an opportunity to be involved in a music festival celebration to remember their roots, celebrate the present and have hope for the future. On September 1, the Jubilo Music and Arts Festival will open its gates for the first annual festival to music lovers across Kentucky. The three-day music […]

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Two institutions of higher education in Kentucky have submitted applications to be considered a host site for a 2012 U.S. presidential debate.

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On Monday, fast food pizza chain Sbarro Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy following rising food prices and the bankruptcies of other fast-food chains during the economic downturn.

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The party that wasn’t

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For the first time in 13 years, the people of Lexington were ready to party like it was 1998. When Virginia Commonwealth and Butler tipped off Saturday, several bars on South Limestone had lines from the front door to the street.

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By Drew Teague Two military aircrafts landed on the Main Building Lawn Friday to help out a UK program. UK’s Army ROTC was heading to a joint military exercise on Friday, and officials in the program got the Army National Guard to give the top 20 cadets a lift in two Black Hawk helicopters. Captain […]

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To combat any unruliness that may stem from Final Four celebrations, Lexington and UK officials will increase police patrols, heavily monitor debris and punish citizens who burn furniture.

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By Lee Haggin This year’s Cultural Diversity Festival will feature a revolutionary, face-changing machine. The device, called the Human Race Machine, will be in classroom 106 in the Student Center on Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. To run the machine, a user sits down and the machine takes a picture. The user can […]

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Intramurals now accessed online

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By Hayes Gardner Intramurals at UK just got that much better — all intramural activities will now be on a new website, allowing students to check out schedules and brackets online in a more accessible fashion. Imleagues.com, the self-proclaimed “largest and fastest growing intramural solution,” is a national website that permits colleges to simplify their […]

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