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Miss Omega Scholarship Pageant brings energy, style to Memorial Hall

Ambitious ladies, energetic dance moves, fierce catwalks, Beyonce hits, business suits and evening gowns were just some of the things that graced the Memorial Hall stage during the second annual Miss Omega Scholarship Pageant put on by the men of Omega Psi Phi fraternity, Inc. on Monday.

A political science junior and member of UK’s tennis team will be awarded $30,000 after being named a Truman Scholar for her work in public service.

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Around 60 students gathered Wednesday to learn everything from Facebook privacy to drinking alcohol with work colleagues.

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Dog lovers of all kinds will gather at 9 a.m. on Saturday at Thoroughbred Park for a walk sponsored by local volunteer organization PAWS to take a stand against Breed Specific Legislation and discrimination of “bully-breed” dogs.

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William T. Young Library may be the new face of UK

William T. Young Library is being recognized as the physical and intellectual center of campus in new promotional material, UK spokesman Jay Blanton said.

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A Dreamcoat of many colors

Beyond the vocal and instrumental noise emanating from the practice rooms, an assembly of students busily hand-sewed sequins onto Converse shoes.

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It’s time to register for fall 2014, but UK course offerings are not always in plain view. Here are some new and revived courses for students to consider while enrolling:

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Bill Rosemann, writer and editor at Marvel Comics, sat down with a Kernel reporter to talk about his comic books and his role in the industry.

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The UK Department of Theatre hosted its first student choreography showcase called “Spring Selections,” on Friday in the Movement Studio of the Fine Arts Building.

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Pat Gish, who, with her husband Tom, challenged the powerful institutions of rural southeastern Kentucky through a crusading weekly newspaper in Letcher County, died Sunday at the age of 87.

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