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Election to decide district over campus

A political newcomer who earned a comfortable win in the May primary is pushing the veteran in the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council.

The 2014 Senate race between Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell and Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes has been one of the most observed races in the upcoming midterm elections.

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UK’s 21st annual Iron Pour by the School of Art and Visual Studies will be a “spectacle,” according to Gary Bibbs, head of the sculpture department and chief coordinator of the event.

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The Lexington mayoral race has been marked by two big differences in policy by incumbent Jim Gray and challenger Anthany Beatty: stances on public safety and UK’s relationship with the city.

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Provost Christine Riordan announced Wednesday that Scott Lephart, a professor and chair at the University of Pittsburgh, will take over as dean of the UK College of Health Sciences in March 2015.

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Carving up a spooky good time

Instead of its usual old-fashioned decor, the Hilary Boone Center’s courtyard and Columbia Room were splattered with pumpkins and smiling cake pops and the occasional hot cider Wednesday afternoon. The official date for Halloween is in two days, but the celebration already began for those who went to “see BOO!”

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Two professors from the UK College of Design School of Interiors worked with UK HealthCare and GBBN Architects to evaluate the Albert B. Chandler Hospital’s design.

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Outreach Center showcases the body: Students learn using actual human body parts

Despite the recent retirement of its mobile classroom, a truck used to take displays of donated body parts to local schools, the UK Outreach Center for Science and Health Career Opportunities continues to educate Kentucky students about the wonders of the human body on campus.

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Author speaks about time as boy soldier: Common reading writer tells students about his book and experiences

When his family was killed by militants in Sierra Leone during a civil war in 1993, Ishmael Beah, then a 12-year-old, said his ability to trust turned into a fear to do so.

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Debate comes to campus: Mayoral candidates discuss Rupp Arena renovations, crime and campus’ relationship with the city

Lexington mayor Jim Gray believes the Rupp Arena renovation project plan will be ready when “the time is right.” Former Lexington police chief Anthany Beatty said that the time with the current plan will never be right.

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