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People always want what they can’t have. A recent study by UK psychology professor Nathan DeWall shows that forbidding a significant other to look at other attractive people may lead them to do just the opposite.

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Formal dinners can be confusing with all the forks, spoons and china, but help is on the way. The James W. Stuckert Career Center and the business fraternity, Beta Alpha Psi, are hosting an etiquette dinner to help those who may not know which utensils to use when.

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Some UK fraternities will “adopt a cop,” once a new program is enacted later this semester.

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By Ally Rogers Over this past year, one UK program has undergone a major overhaul and now offers more communication to students. The Academic Enhancement Program assists students with writing, reading and math classes to bridge the gap between high school level and collegiate level instruction. Formerly considered remedial courses, academic supplement classes are available […]

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UK professor, poet to discuss Appalachia

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By Allison VanderHorst One UK professor will be a featured speaker at an event celebrating the contributions African-Americans have made to Appalachia. The UK College of Arts and Sciences is hosting the Affrilachian Symposium on March 9 and 10. Nikky Finney, a creative writing professor at UK, and poet who has made many contributions to […]

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By Blair Helwig Some college students assume they will find jobs as soon as they graduate, but that’s not always the case. However, a new program called the James W. Stuckert Career Academy is serving as a preparation for students seeking jobs in their specific job markets. UK students seeking information on how to obtain […]

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By Jarrod Thacker The Lexington Division of Police embraced the digital age during a press conference on Monday, announcing a new online method to report crime. The system, called the Citizen Online Reporting System, is a law enforcement records management program developed by Coplogic, Inc., which enables citizens to submit non-emergency police reports through an […]

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By Jarrod Thacker A ribbon cutting ceremony last Wednesday marked the grand opening of the Samaritan’s Touch UK Student Physical Therapy Clinic. The clinic was opened at the UK HealthCare Good Samaritan Physical Therapy Center since Jan. 11 and provides free physical therapy treatment for local patients from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesdays and […]

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Students to rally for education

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On Tuesday, student government presidents from across Kentucky will unite in Frankfort for the annual Rally for Higher Education.

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Facebook’s new relationships

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While relationship recognition laws constantly change, Facebook has introduced new options allowing users to more accurately identify their relationships.

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