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Feminism extends far beyond its extreme connotation

One of the first responses I received after “coming out” as a feminist was: “So, do you organize rallies and things?”

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Palli: Spring break service trips make ‘me proud to be a wildcat’

Spring break, next week, is the ultimate chance for UK students to rest so they can finish the homestretch of the year strong. However, not everyone is leaving for a vacation.

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Helping homeless, mentally ill should be the norm

I’ve always considered myself an advocate for ending homelessness and erasing the negative stigma of mental illness. But last weekend as I was leaving Third Street Stuff and Coffee carrying my overpriced drink, a homeless man approached me – and I shied away.

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Spring Break is a fundamental college experience

If there is one adventure students need to embark upon before graduating, it’s a spring break.

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We need to step up, demand worker fairness

The U.S. has the best health care in the world. Foreign dignitaries and royalty come to us when they need treatment because they can’t get the same quality of care or the same ground-breaking treatments in their own countries. But the U.S. is nowhere near the top of the list on many major health indexes.

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Food fight: Which candidate wins?

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Food fight: Which candidate wins?

On Feb. 26, the Kernel published profiles of each candidate. Favorite food choices were included in the profile, and from the food choices, there is much we can deduce.

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Palli: Remain politically engaged when election season ends

No matter who is announced Thursday, it is important for our entire student body to continue to weigh in on the issues that face our university.

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No matter who wins the Student Government election, the student body does not lose. All of the candidates are qualified and capable of running our student government.

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A lasting reminder to ‘Live Free’

Taylor Davis, 22, died last Thursday in a car accident in Lexington. Her favorite quote, “Live Free,” was tattooed on her body and on her soul, wrote her friends.

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Regarding the upcoming SG election, the Ingram-Jackson ticket stands apart as the best representation of the students to this university. Mariel Jackson serves as a senator at-large and vice chair of the academic and student affairs committee.

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