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Simpson talks bipartisan politics

Simpson urged young voters to change the perception that they aren’t passionate about current events.

Members of the UK Greek community are strapping on the gloves for the 2014 Main Event, the annual philanthropy boxing event sponsored by Alpha Delta Pi sorority and Sigma Chi fraternity.

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A small group of student library employees kicked off the International Game Day celebrations in the Hub at William T. Young Library Wednesday afternoon.

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Before the tobacco-free policy was put in place in November 2009, about 49 percent of UK students reported using tobacco products, wrote health education and marketing coordinator Fadyia Lowe in an email to the Kentucky Kernel. Since the institution of the tobacco-free policy, that number has decreased by about 30 percent, the university estimates.

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Students watch Cats, win prizes

A line of students filled the inside of the UK Student Center Tuesday night as they patiently waited for their chance to win prizes, eat free food and watch the men’s basketball team take on the University of Kansas Jayhawks.

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Thursday’s Bollywood Night marks a departure from the Student Activities Board’s usual programming, said director of multicultural affairs Kristyn Cherry.

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Homeless connect with UK students: Panel allows campus discussion about causes of homelessness

Rodney Lee’s perception of homelessness changed the day he was evicted from his apartment and became homeless himself.

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Students looking to escape the November chill on Wednesday can seek refuge in the Hub at the belated International Game Day, which will provide popcorn, drinks and a variety of board, card and video games for domestic and international students.

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Insomnia Cookies opened its Lexington location at noon on Monday and will provide UK and the surrounding areas with warm cookies and cold milk in-store from noon to 3 a.m. every day of the week.

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Former U.S. Senator Alan Simpson will discuss both the current financial strain on the U.S. and partisan cooperation in his lecture in the Worsham Theater on Wednesday, said public policy and administration professor Eugenia Toma.

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