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Parking mirrors campus changes

Parking mirrors campus changes

With this year’s new students and construction have come changes to parking and transportation on campus. Lance Broeking, UK’s director of parking and transportation services, outlined the changes for students on Monday.

Students return to changed campus

Five new dorms await students on campus, and those students have already encountered evidence of continued construction in academic buildings in the form of road closures.

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A loss of power from Kentucky Utilities to substations that power UK’s campus caused outages in 42 buildings this morning during the first major move-in day, UK spokeswoman Kathy Johnson said.

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UK announced Monday that it was entering a 15-year, $210 million multimedia rights agreement with JMI Sports that will include the potential for the university to expand its media capabilities and will help fund upgrades to facilities across campus.

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Lexington Mayor Jim Gray suspends Rupp Arena renovation project

Lexington major Jim Gray announced Wednesday that the Rupp Arena renovation effort is suspended, citing the unwillingness of the University of Kentucky to commit to a long-term lease totaling $10.7 million per year.

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Starting in the fall, students will be given the opportunity to build a 3-D printer on UK’s campus.

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Students create feature-length film: screening to be held in Worsham

The first feature-length film written, directed and produced by two UK brothers will be screened in Worsham Theater at 8 p.m. Thursday.

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Construction bringing changes to campus

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When the 2014 K Week is upon us and students return to UK, campus will look significantly different as the next phases of the master plan break ground.

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The people who spend the most time in classrooms after graduation spend much of their college career out of university classrooms.

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Mervin R. Aubespin will tell students, university employees and community members about his 35 years in journalism and about the people he has met along the way.

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