SAB to bring Pinterest to life

By Tayler Riley Students who spend a lot of time on social media looking up arts and crafts may want to pin the Student Activities Board’s upcoming event on their calendars. SAB’s Campus Life Committee is hosting its second Pinterest Party at 6 p.m. Tuesday at The Hub in the W.T. Young Library. Pinterest […]

Philharmonia symphony to give students casual music experience

The UK Philharmonia will host its fall concert 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Singletary Recital Hall. The ensemble will perform eight songs from 19th and 20th century composers, including works from famous composers such as Aaron Copland, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Edvard Grieg and Virgil Thomson.

Parking prices could change with new proposal

Illustration by Damir Kocer

UK is rethinking on-campus parking with a plan that would make spots in the center of campus more expensive while reducing the price of spots on the edge of campus.

UK water polo is big fish in little pond

Brittany Vordtriede, Sean Newton, John Leanza, and Nick Chien of the UK Water Polo Team at the Lancaster Aquatic Center  on Monday, November 9, 2015 in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Adam Pennavaria | Staff

Swimming for two hours at a time is a feat of strength in and of itself, but to members of the Water Polo Club, it is all in the name of the game. They run plays, pass, block and tread water through the course of every two-hour practice, three times a week.

Greenthumb marches to president’s office

Ashleigh McGuire (right) and Alaina Smith (left) lead Greenthumb's march across campus to President Eli Capilouto's office. Photo by Will Wright | Staff

UK’s Greenthumb Environmental Club marched from the Thomas Hunt Morgan Building to President Eli Capilouto’s office Tuesday, urging UK’s administration to adopt a climate action plan.