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By Amelia Orwick The University HealthCare Marketing Dept. has released a brochure in hopes of raising awareness of the dangers of secondhand smoke. The brochure’s front features a picture of an infant with a cigarette in hand. Dr. Ellen Hahn, director of the Kentucky Center for Smoke Free Policy, said UK HealthCare was not prompted […]

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Editor’s note: Kernel managing editor Taylor Moak has been working on a profile of Wendell Berry since October. The Kernel, which had planned to publish this story later in the semester, moved up publication because of the weekend’s events. Wendell Berry studied at UK. He taught here. Over the years, he gained acclaim for literature […]

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Driving program sees high ridership

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Driving program sees high ridership

Cats Cruiser, a late night transportation service developed by Student Government in partnership with LexTran, is seeing success during its first month of service.

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Police enforce seatbelts at night

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Lexington Police are buckling down on nighttime seatbelt enforcement.

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Lexingtonians can help create a world where there is less cancer and more birthdays. They can do so by attending Relay for Life, an event held every year in Lexington, as well as in other places around the world.

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The James W. Stuckert Career Center has partnered up with UPS, Fifth Third, Target and many other employers to hold mock interviews Wednesday.

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The social media police: Facebook has potential as a law enforcement tool

Facebook — it’s a great tool to keep in touch with friends and family. It’s useful for employers to profile prospective employees.

And now, it’s become a great tool for police departments and prosecuting attorneys.

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UK Student Government may help the city of Lexington financially with a public works project.

The proposal, which was brought to SG by Third District Councilwoman Diane Lawless, asked SG for $1,500 to help put in a flashing light at the intersection of Pine and Upper streets, said Micah Fielden, SG senate president.

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Art programs extend to locals

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This spring, the UK College of Fine Arts is giving local adults the opportunity to strengthen their art skills through non-credit courses.

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Doctor’s research works toward curing blindness

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Doctor’s research works toward curing blindness

UK medical researchers directed by Dr. Jayakrishna Ambati, professor of physiology and the vice-chair of UK HealthCare Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, have isolated the previously unknown cause of geographic atrophy.

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