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Editorial: Parking should not limit registration

The priority registration window has been open for all current UK students since 8 a.m. Wednesday, but that doesn’t necessarily mean everyone can register for classes.

Movies are a great tradition of the holiday season

I have finally begun the remorseful and inevitable stage of my life when I look back on my childhood and wish that I had learned from movies like “13 Going on 30” and “Big” instead of wishing that I could be an adult.

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Republicans work to hold on to political gains

The newly elected Congress has not even taken session yet, and already the Washington, D.C. chess match has begun.

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Books, unlike movies, allow readers to use imagination

Movies are wonderful things. They are visual masterpieces (when done correctly), and they can grip the viewer in several different ways. They are just not more entertaining than books.

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Barbie book falsly depicts women and technology

In a move that should not be as surprising as it is, Barbie has found another way to screw over young women.

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President Obama a better leader than Russia’s Putin

For whatever reason, people can’t help but stack President Obama up against Russian President Vladimir Putin in a contest to see who the manliest president is.

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Movies are better than books, there is no contest

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Movies are better than books, there is no contest

I don’t think books are useless, I just think that movies are clearly better, and I don’t even think it’s much of a fair fight.

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Kentucky bucks trend, keeps gay marriage ban

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Kentucky bucks trend, keeps gay marriage ban

Earlier this month, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit made the decision to uphold gay marriage within its jurisdiction, which includes Kentucky. This decision went against the trend of about two dozen court decisions in favor of marriage equality since the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act.

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We here at The Kentucky Kernel believe that if you’re going to implement a campus-wide policy, you should make sure that your staff and students have the tools and motivation to stand by the policy.

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Lego reality show may foster creativity for viewers

For 18 and a half years, I lived with a master builder.

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