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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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A salute to my college years

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A salute to my college years

Last Friday I picked up my cap and gown, browsed class rings and participated in a slew of other activities in preparation for graduation in May.

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Gender equality: how ‘equal pay for equal work’ manipulates voters

The statistic that women only receive 77 cents for every dollar a man makes has been used to manipulate voters to rally for candidates around the country. Here in Kentucky, the deception is repeated as well.

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In the face of overdoses, Ky. needs drug law reform

Kentucky’s flagship university may historically rank No. 1 in basketball wins, but the state ranks highly in something else, too — drug overdose.

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It is no secret that Kentucky is often behind the times on social issues.

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Student Government needs a revitalization

Throughout this campaign many people have asked me, “What made you want to run for student body president?” Simple — I am hungry to see UK, and its students, succeed.

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Do we help others just  to raise our social status?

It’s time to question the concept of genuine philanthropy throughout our campus. When we commit to give, we should ask ourselves what we’re really committing to.

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Palli: Seek out and vote for your voice

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Palli: Seek out and vote for your voice

Student Government will hold elections for the President, Vice President and 42 of 46 seats of the Senate on Wednesday and Thursday.

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Denial from graduate school doesn’t mean denial from happiness

My breath caught as I opened the email. I had a lot riding on this letter. Unfortunately, the answer I received was not what I wanted to hear – denied. But what I failed to realize before is that it really doesn’t matter.

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